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#galswithLEI Global

#galswithLEI Global celebrates the Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Inspiration of women business and social entrepreneurs in generating jobs and strengthening communities amid a watershed moment of unprecedented disruption and change. #galswithLEI Global leverages the East-West Center’s unique access to the world’s policymakers, entrepreneurs, community leaders, and artists – virtually uniting these global forces with Hawaii’s women leaders to harness their collective experience, ambition, and passion.  

Scheduled to run bi-monthly from March 2021 – January 2022, #galswithLEI Global will offer a 90-minute keynote webinar and attendee-driven open space designed to address today’s critical needs, identify innovative solutions, and build networks of support around themes sourced from a recent needs assessment of women leaders. #galswithLEI Global is open to women business and social entrepreneurs, corporate and non-profit managers, and other community leaders across the United States and the Asia Pacific. #galswithLEI Global is welcoming and respectful to women including trans women and those who identify as nonbinary gender non-conforming. Speakers and trainers will reflect the industry, generational, and regional diversity of our audience, and their keynote remarks will be recorded. In order to ensure attendee engagement, registration will be limited to the first 100 people.

 

Upcoming #galsGlobal

 

Shecession:  The Pandemic’s Impact on Working Women

Thursday, March 18, 2021 | 3:30 – 5:00pm, Hawaii
Friday, March 19, 2021 | 10:30 – 12:00pm, Tokyo
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The economic downturn triggered by COVID-19 has taken a disproportionate toll on women, leading some economists to deem the crisis a “shecession.” A recent analysis by the McKinsey Global Institute found that although women comprise only 39% of the global workforce, they make up 54% of overall job losses and their jobs are 1.8 times more vulnerable to the crisis than men. Reasons for this unique impact include women leaving the workforce due to child-care responsibilities, the lack of flexible work options, and steep job losses in female dominated industries. The recession threatens to erase years of economic gains and societal progress for women as women respond to these challenges by reducing their hours or dropping out of the labor market. Hear from economists and experts as they discuss how the pandemic has affected working women across the globe; the systemic inequities that led to the “shecession;" what can be done to mitigate the economic effects of the crisis; and the challenges and opportunities ahead as the world works towards building a resilient and inclusive economy.

Speaker details forthcoming and registration opening soon!

 

The East-West Center is proud to partner with Hub Coworking Hawaii, Under My Umbrella, Blue Startups, Pacific Business News, and the JWLI Ecosystem on #galswithLEI Global.

 

 

#galswithLEI Forum

Workshops # Open Space # Reception

East-West Center's IMIN Conference Center

It is the East-West Center's intention to benefit and celebrate women innovators and entrepreneurs in our community and throughout the Asia Pacific region by creating a space, which enhances and encourages Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Inspiration. As such, #galswithLEI is not your typical publicly ticketed event; rather, information sharing is purposeful, collaborative, and dynamic. The 6th Annual #galswithLEI Forum will take place in July 2022, offering a keynote panel and six interactive workshops focused on Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Inspiration followed by an attendee driven open space forum and a networking reception featuring local female chefs. Workshop panelists and special guests will include local established women leaders, bold millennials, and the Changing Faces Women - blending the experience, ambition, and passion of all those in attendance.

For photos of the 2019 #galswithLEI Forum, please visit the @EWCSeminars on Instagram or check out our Flickr album.

 

Contact Information
Liz A. Dorn
Seminars Program Coordinator
East-West Center
1601 East West Road
Honolulu, HI  96848  USA
Phone: 1-808-944-7368
Fax: 1-808-944-7600