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Presentation
From Grief to Grit—The Asilomar Declaration and Call to Action: Personal, Political, Policy
Women and Leadership Conference, International Leadership Association (2017)
  • Susan R. Madsen, Utah Valley University
  • Barbara Kellerman
  • Tuajuanda C Jofdan
  • Caludia de Castro Caldeirinha
Abstract
The Asilomar Declaration and Call to Action on Women and Leadership (ADCA) created out of the first Women and Leadership conference in 2013 and revised in 2015 after the second, aims to “capture and disseminate our collective ideas… to change the status of women worldwide.” Cultivating our whole selves requires protecting and nurturing ourselves and our global sisters. Using “Women’s Circle” techniques, workshop participants will explore how the ADCA vision might take shape in our hands and hearts to affect public policy, government agencies, grassroots initiatives, socially-responsible businesses, non-profit organizations, political activism, educational programs, and global networks.
Publication Date
June 12, 2017
Location
Omega Conference Grounds, New York
Citation Information
Madsen, S. R. (commentator) with Barbara Kellerman, Tuajuanda C. Jofdan, and Caludia de Castro Caldeirinha (2017, June 12). From grief to grit—The Asilomar Declaration and Call to Action: Personal, political, policy. Women and leadership conference, International Leadership Association, Omega Conference Grounds, New York.