GlobalWE Women's Empowerment Expo 2020                         Connect | Recruit | Inspire

Gathering Focused on Global Women's Initiatives

This event has been postponed 

Dear GlobalWE Expo Participants and Registrants,

We are writing to let you know that consistent with Harvard University policies concerning the COVID-19 outbreak, we will not be holding the GlobalWE Women's Empowerment Expo on April 30, 2020.

We wanted to share this information with you in a timely manner as we explore alternative dates and formats.

Please stay tuned for updates moving forward as the situation evolves.  It is our intention to reschedule the Expo when conditions permit, and we will very much look forward to your participation.

Thank you for your work for the empowerment of women and girls and for your support of GlobalWE.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us personally at our emails below.

Warmest regards,

Your Harvard GlobalWE Expo Co-Chairs, Tara Abrahams and Louise Ruhr 

Tara Abrahams
[email protected]

Louise Ruhr
[email protected]

Now in its fourth year, the Women's Empowerment Expo provides a forum for organizations leading the way globally for women's empowerment to connect with Harvard University alumni and students (from the College and graduate schools), as well as Harvard professors, staff and other members of the Harvard University community who seek internship, volunteer, mentorship, career exploration and charitable giving opportunities. Participating organizations span a variety of fields, including but not limited to the arts, social services, education, health, economic development, entrepreneurship, policy and STEM. To see a list of past participating organizations, please see our 2018 Expo organization listThe event is hosted by Harvard GlobalWE in collaboration with Phillips Brooks House Assoication (PBHA) and Harvard’s Center for Public Interest Careers (CPIC).

*image credit: Caroline, Creative Commons

The Women’s Empowerment Expo was founded by Harvard GlobalWE in 2016, in honor of Harvard’s first Women’s Weekend, and brought together 30+ organizations and 150+ alumnae on the HBS campus. The event is led by Harvard GlobalWE, and has been co-sponsored in years past by the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA), Harvard’s Center for Public Interest Careers (CPIC), Harvard’s Office of Career Services (OCS), and the Harvard Business School’s Women Students Association.

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 Questions: If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact us at [email protected].
Views: Harvard Alumni For Global Women's Empowerment Harvard GlobalWE is a shared interest group of the Harvard Alumni Association. We are dedicated to the empowerment of women through education, dialogue and connection among individuals working for women's rights and freedoms worldwide. Harvard GlobalWE does not advocate a specific ideology or political or cultural agenda. We are an inclusive organization with membership open to and comprising all genders.
Membership is free. To become a member of Harvard GlobalWE, please JoinWE. To learn more, please visit our website and our Facebook group.
The views expressed during our events are solely those of the speaker(s) and participating audience and do not imply endorsement by Harvard GlobalWE and/or Harvard University.
GlobalWE highly encourages our members to do their own reasearch before getting involved in any organization unaffiliated with Harvard. Harvard GlobalWE does not advocate a specific ideology or agenda; the views expressed and actions taken by the organizations listed on this page are independent of Harvard University and Harvard GlobalWE.



Thu 30 Apr 2020 (Time TBD), Eastern timezone