WLN Chicago ‘Soars’ in 2018

WLN Chicago kicked off 2018 in style with Soaring to New Heights: a speaker event featuring Anne Toulouse of The Boeing Company. Anne has been a fabulous partner to many at IPG, so attendees were excited to hear her wisdom around successful leadership and growth for women in the marketing world.

Finding Balance Between Success and Philanthropy

Last week, the Atlanta chapter had its final event of the year, “Finding Balance Between Success and Philanthropy.” Guest speaker Jennifer Levine Hartz from Corporate Hartz LLC shared the expertise and wisdom she’s gained in this area throughout her impressive career in strategic CSR and family philanthropy.Read more

WLN Singapore Hosts Speed Networking Event

To close out 2017, WLN Singapore hosted a speed-networking event with over 25 participants from across the IPG Network including Golin, IPG Mediabrands, Jack Morton, Mullen Lowe, MWG APAC, MWG Singapore, Octagon, RGA and Weber Shandwick.Read more

WLN Stamford Hosts Wellness Event with Caryn Sullivan

Over 40 women from the Women’s Leadership Network-Stamford chapter attended a wellness event and workshop November 16th featuring healthy lifestyle writer and motivational speaker, Caryn Sullivan, from Pretty Wellness, a company that aims to inspire people to take small steps toward better health. Read more

Networking, Self-care, and Puppies – Oh my!

Self-care was in the air at WLN Chicago’s latest event. The chapter hosted a night of networking and guided discussion about self-care for women leaders, with an immersive pet therapy experience with shelter animals from The Anti-Cruelty Society. Attendees connected over their shared struggles and triumphs with balancing work and life, and took much-deserved time to relax with some furry friends.

"My Year of Whittling" with Kelly Fredrickson

 

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Thursday, November 16th:
6:00: Registration, Refreshments and Networking
6:30: Program
7:30: Q+A and Networking
8:00: Program Ends

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53 State Street 35th Floor
Boston MA 02109

Communication in the Workplace

The Atlanta WLN chapter hosted its third event and had a great turnout with about 38 ladies in attendance! The theme was “Communication in the Workplace” and we discussed the use of team collaboration technologies to improve communication, productivity and outputs, and how technology can often help overcome distance as a barrier.Read more

WLN NY Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

On Sunday, October 15th, the IPG Women's Leadership Network NY Chapter participated in The American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Central Park. The event raises money to fund innovative research, provide free information and support, and to help people reduce their breast cancer risk or find it early when it's most treatable.Read more

Mentorship “Champion” Circles

The Los Angeles chapter of IPG’s Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) is proud to share the success of its Mentorship “Champion” Circles, which began in 2015 and is currently in its third cycle of the program. The circles are a group mentoring format and run for six months with monthly in-person meetings. They have over 100 participants and are led by mentors who are senior leaders from various LA-based IPG agencies, including Deutsch, Initiative, Golin-Harris, UM, PMK:BNC, Orion, Weber-Shandwick, Mullen Lowe, RG/A, Frukt, Rapport, and Rogers & Cowan. They are designed to support IPG’s objective of supporting a mentorship culture throughout all its agencies and to advocate IPG women in career-building, leadership and management skills training, work:life balance, and agency collaboration opportunities.Read more

WLN NY Hosts The Young Women's Leadership School of Astoria's Tech Explorers

On July 21st, the WLN NY chapter hosted a working session for the The Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria’s Tech Explorers, a summer program for girls aged 12-17 who are interested in technology. The program aims to provide exposure to technology/coding, graphic design and film-making for female students from underserved communities, and to give them the opportunity to explore New York City’s technology community. These young women have spent the summer developing their own apps, and they used yesterday's session to work with women from across IPG agencies to continue to develop and refine their ideas.
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