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Without our committed volunteers, PWN Global would simply not exist. 

It's thanks to the dedicated support of over 300 of our members that we are able to offer events, programmes and resources that support you in realising your true potential and advancing gender balanced leadership. Read some of the stories to see how volunteering has helped our members to develop new skills, make real change in their organisations and achieve their career goals.

If you are already a top leader in your company, or want to experience what leadership at the top is like, we need your help!  The nature of volunteerism is transitory, so we are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers to get involved.


  • PWN Global in Romania

    A collection of PWN Global city networks joined members of the corporate partner community in Bucharest on Thursday 18th to Saturday 20th May to share experiences and build action plans. The topic? How to get more women on boards and how to engage men in the roles of MANbassadors.

    Taking the lead, PWN Romania's President, Virginia Otel, crafted a packed agenda that helped all the people involved build concrete next steps that can be put in place by our city networks around the world.

    PWN Global's President, Sonya Richardson, presided over the sessions with support from VP Engaging Men, Rob Baker and VP Executive Forum, Sorana Baciu. Over the next weeks we will share with you the insights gained during these fruitful sessions. In the meantime, if you are a senior executive who wants to get involved with our activities, please be in touch.

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  • PWN Romania Welcome Engaged Men and Executive Women

    On Thursday 17th - Saturday 19th May, PWN Global city networks from around the world will congregate to share experiences from their respective Women on Boards & Engaging Men programs. 

    The host for the event is PWN Romania - a vibrant, young network comprised of a team of dedicated volunteers and high-profile members. And their guiding light? The inimitable Virginia Otel - a dynamic, enthusiastic professional who delights in leading her team to deliver exceptional events.

    Across the event, we will be joined by various corporate partners and speakers from organisations that demonstrate best practise in these areas! In short, we're all very excited to consolidate our learning and take our organisation to the next level - which will directly benefit YOU, the PWN Global community. 

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  • Rare photos from the Second World War spotlight the history of women in service

    World War II was a defining moment in the history of modern women: While men went off to battlefields, women took up responsibility in factories and offices. But that is not all: In the UK, women also joined the war as service members—including the Queen of England herself, who was war mechanic when she was still a princess.

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  • First woman to officially run Boston Marathon does it again – 50 years later

    Kathrine Switzer, who became women’s rights hero in 1967 after completing all-male race, has run it again aged 70.

    A runner who saw off furious race officials to become the first woman to complete the Boston Marathon repeated the feat on Monday, 50 years after first completing the course.

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  • How to Be a 50/50 Partner

    Women are interrupted more than men. Even if you’re supportive of the women in your life, you may not be giving them the airtime they deserve. Communication is critical in relationships. Marriages are stronger when both partners talk through disagreements calmly and listen to each other’s perspectives, and this is particularly important when you’re managing a home or raising children together. Discuss your goals for your home and career with your partner.

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