Women in the World Summit in NYC
Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 10:37PM
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Women in The World Summit: Lincoln Center, New York City

The three-day Women in the World Summit, held at New York City’s Lincoln Center, presents powerful new female role models whose personal stories illuminate the most pressing international issues. They range from CEOs and world leaders to artists, activists, peacemakers, and firebrand dissidents. The Summit’s vivid journalistic narratives, high-impact video, and fast-paced staging have made it the premier platform to showcase women of impact. Increasingly, Women in the World also includes the participation, onstage and in the audience, of men who champion women.



Me (BWTV) with Arianna Huffington at the Women in the World Summit.  Arianna the co-founder and editor-in-chief of Huffington Post, which is now owned by AOL.



Why Its Important to have women leaders:

The evidence shows that female leaders typically have more compassion and empathy, and a more open and inclusive negotiation style. This is not, of course, necessarily true of all women -- there are many different leadership styles. That said, modern ideas of transformative leadership are more in line with qualities women generally share: empathy, inclusiveness and an open negotiation style.

In developing nations, having women at the table impacts how policy resources are spent -- either through gender budgeting efforts or simply, such as in the case of climate change, showing how women in the developing world experience issues differently than men. The involvement of women in the climate movement, for example, has led to better policy making and spurred solutions like clean solar cookstoves. Women's leadership also helps drive direct change in structural policies including parental leave, child care and pay.

Hillary Clinton in attendance at the "Women in the World" Summit.


 When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit. So let's keep going, until every one of the 161 million women and girls across America has the opportunity she deserves," Clinton said at #witw


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