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March is indeed a special month. 

Our pursuit of gender equality continues. 

In alignment with the IWD2022 #BreakTheBias theme, we will be having a conversation on an issue closer to home – the role of women leaders in advancing their tribes. This can be thought-provoking as some do think that women leaders have played their roles and yet, many also think that they have not done enough. 

Such polarization exists in Malaysia today. IWFCIM advocates deep reflections on the matter. And we believe that it is very timely for us to have a healthy conversation on this subject.

Join us for this conversation on 19th March 2022 from 11 am – 1 pm via Zoom. Details are enclosed below. 

#BreakTheBias: The Role of Women Leaders in Advancing Their Tribes 

Many common people in Malaysia today believe that advancement opportunities for women are merely some entitlements awarded to women with privilege who when assumed such position, do not do much to advance one of their own. 

Hence, this year in celebrating the #BreakTheBias #IWD2022, we take a moment to learn and assess the role of women leaders in breaking the bias. We believe that women in leadership positions are great levers to advance their tribes; be it in a workplace or the communities they serve. 

Shareen Shariza Dato’ Abdul Ghani, VP, Special Envoy and Stakeholders Relations, IWFCIM as well as MD, Co-Founder and Director, Sorga Innovation and Shenola Gonzales, CEO, Alevate Solutions will have a conversation on this interesting topic. 

What can women leaders do to break the bias? 

Can women leaders create equal access and equal opportunities for other front-line women to thrive regardless of their status and privilege? 

What are the most immediate steps that women leaders can jointly do together to affect change and systemically advance their tribes? 

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