WILD is committed to women who are working for positive social change, whether as social entrepreneurs or working for positive societal change in the international development or domestically.

 

Our mission: to help women scale their impact – on the world, within their organizations – and keep their sanity in the process. Work-life balance, learning to delegate, taking credit for your achievements, all these issues are in the mix. 

Our goal: to break through old stereotypes and limitations about what it means to be a woman functioning in the social change sector.

And, we ask, what could be more “wild” than that?

 

 
 
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The WILD Network and Black Women in Development are hosting a Happy Hour to bring together women of color working in global development to share experiences and discuss challenges and strategies for creating inclusive environments in the workplace.

Co-Chairs of this event:

  • Stephanie Oueda Cruz, Head of Gender, Diversity and Inclusion at IDB

  • Frantzie Saint Juste, Senior Project Manager, Chemonics

  • Sanola Daley, Global Women's Employment Lead Manufacturing, Agribusiness and Services at IFC International Finance Corporation

  • Stephanie A. Kimou, Founder, Population Works Africa and Black Women in Development network 

  • Nana Apenem Dagadu, M&E Advisor, Reproductive Health, Save the Children    

Anyone who identifies as a woman of color working in international development in the Greater Washington, D.C. metro area is warmly invited to participate!