Our 2021 Women in Global Policy seminar wrapped up this May with 59 students attending from 31 different schools. A few of the alumnae who attended the seminar share their experiences here. Read on to learn more about what the seminar offers!
PLEN Global Policy alumna Fatima Dominguez reflects on her experience at PLEN and the skills she gained.
“A ship in port is safe–but that’s not what ships are built for. Sail on.” This quote, popularly attributed to computer scientist Grace Hopper, perfectly encapsulates the sentiments of PLEN’s Women in Global Policy seminar.
PLEN Women in Global Policy alumna Lotus Johnson shares her reflections from our seminar!
As I step into this role, I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and share a bit about my background and vision for PLEN.
Invigorated. That is how I felt after attending the PLEN Women in Global Policy seminar.
PLEN not only helped me align my focus to a specific government area but also encouraged, empowered, and supported who I am as a person and the value I bring to the table.
After over a year of taking classes and working three jobs remotely, I was tired and experiencing zoom fatigue. I was excited to graduate but I was feeling burnt out from school, work and the political climate.
We are pleased to announce Dr. Nancy Stalowski as PLEN’s new Executive Director. She is taking the helm at an opportune time, as we emerge from the pandemic and look to the future.
Darcy Hansen, 2021 Global Policy alumna, shares her experience and advice with future PLEN students.
THE PUBLIC LEADERSHIP EDUCATION NETWORK HAS BEEN AWARDED $100,000 FROM THE HENRY LUCE FOUNDATION FOR ITS WOMEN IN GLOBAL POLICY PROGRAMMING
Our 2021 Women in Global Policy seminar is just around the corner so we've compiled testimonials from several of our Women in Global Policy alumnae. Keep reading to learn how attending this seminar can empower you, expand your knowledge, advance your career, and give you an invaluable network!
Rebecca Boyle attended the 2021 Women in Health Policy seminar and learned about networking in the time of COVID-19 and beyond.
Blogger Rose Jordyn talks about why female leadership in health policy is so important to tackling the pandemic and beyond.
In recognition of Women's History Month, Jordyn Arndt, a 2008 Women in Global Policy seminar alumna, shares her top 5 career planning tips!
Dear PLEN Community, We hope this message finds you well. After five years of extraordinary service, our Executive Director Sarah Bruno will be stepping down from her role to pursue another opportunity. Her last day with PLEN is Friday, March 19, 2021. Over the past five years, Sarah has led more than 1,400 students through … Continue reading PLEN Transition Announcement
Aaliyah Ford is a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My name is Aaliyah Ford, and I attended the 2021 Women in Public Policy Seminar. Currently, Iam a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and I have a bachelor’s degreein social work and will be graduating with my master’s in social work this … Continue reading Making D.C. Connections at Women in Public Policy 2021
Kristen Davis is a junior at Robert Morris University. She attended PLEN's Women in Public Policy in 2021.
Ashly Hanna is a junior at the University of North Dakota and will graduate in May of 2021. She attended the 2020 Women in Public Policy seminar.
Lauren Gulbicki is a current sophomore at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. She is majoring in Neuroscience with minors in Public Health and African Studies. On campus, she is an active member of her school’s PLEN organization and various environmental advocacy groups. She attended the Women in STEM Policy seminar in January 2020.
Svetlana Kononenko is a junior at St. Lawrence University studying Anthropology and Neuroscience. She is an international student hoping to pursue a career in speech pathology. She attended PLEN Women in Health Policy in November 2019.
Gulnoza Tursunova attended PLEN's Women, Law and Legal Advocacy seminar. From this experience, she was able to hone in on her passion for advocacy while finding a great support system in the process.
Valery Tabraj-Huaccachi attended the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar. She goes to Washington College in Maryland and will graduate in May 2022. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valery-tabraj
Kadi-Ann White attended the Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy seminar and learned the importance of advocating for yourself, networking, and working towards your goals.
The Plenary is an online community blog for PLEN alumnae and supporters to mentor, collaborate, and share essential professional and life lessons they’ve learned during and after their PLEN seminars.