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Notes from the Inaugural Women’s Assembly at Parliament of the World’s Religions

Photo from conference by Kristin Murphy, Deseret News

KSL of Salt Lake City, Utah, reported on the Inaugural Women’s Assembly at Parliament of the World’s Religions, with remarks and comments from some of the women faith leaders who were part of the conference.

Among them were M. Hasna Maznavi, founder of the Women’s Mosque of America, who spoke about the surprise and disappointment she felt when her Mosque was portrayed as a way to ‘escape’ Muslim men. Victoria Rue, a member of the group […]

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Aspen Ideas Festival: Advice From Women Who Lead series

As part of their 2015 festival, Aspen Ideas is running talks and articles by women in leadership roles. Pamela Reeves, an advisor to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and former State department employee, wrote about the phenomenon of women in leadership in diverse sectors and industries.

Titled “There’s no Blueprint“, Reeves writes about the diversity of leadership styles and the big impact that women leaders have on institutions and organizations.

From the article:

But there’s no blueprint, there’s no formula, […]

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