|Susan Boedy (22.214.171.124)
|Posted on Wednesday, May 05, 2004 - 10:38 am: |
It is with great pleasure I write to share with you an exciting conference in Berlin titled,
Building Transatlantic Relations through Women in Business
Organized by GAIN, Graduate Alumnae International Network (www.hergain.com) and icd, Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (www.culturaldiplomacy.org), the conference brings together women professionals throughout Europe and North and South America in the historic Reichstag, with the aim of bringing greater understanding and awareness of the signifcant roles women working in and with business can play in improving transatlantic relations.
When: June 18-20, 2004
Where: The Reichstag, Berlin, Germany
Who: Fifty to 75 professional women with interest in transatlantic relations working in and/or with business and have educational and/or professional experience in business, international relations, political science, history, security studies, public policy, conflict resolution, law, relevant sciences or other fields relating to international affairs.
Please forward this information to others you know in order to help us attract an excellent group of international participants. Due to our goal of having a smaller and diverse group of professional, high-caliber women, we will not be able to accept all applications. Apply online at: www.culturaldiplomacy.org\GAIN or fax: +49 30/ 30 10 6059
Here are some highlights of our agenda topics:
·The State of Transatlantic Relations and the Role Women in Business Play
·Minority Women: Unique Challenges in the Workplace
·Living a Well-Balanced Life: A Transatlantic Relationship & Career Success Story
·Making World Travel Work: taxes, culture & more
·Taking Your Organization Global: How Entrepreneurs Bridge the Gap
·The Power of Trade: A Tool for Better Relations
·Beyond Glass Ceilings & Borders (panel)
Speakers include an array of high-level women and men from business, politics, and non-profit organizations.
Thank you in advance for your support. It is greatly appreciated!
RPCV Mongolia (1996-1998)
Many thanks to our sponsors: The German Parliament and the Robert Bosch Foundation
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Monday, May 24, 2004
Apply online at: www.culturaldiplomacy.org\GAIN or Fax: +49 30/ 30 10 6059
For questions, please email: GAIN@culturaldiplomacy.org or call: +49 30/ 4280 0111
Accepted participants will be notified by the end of May