The global pandemic may have resulted in the cancellation of most in-person events around the world. But Global Ivey Day (GID) responded with a new look, and digital programming that reached an Alumni audience worldwide.
The Women of Ivey Network (WIN) is a global network of impressive female leaders from across the Ivey alumni community. Our mission is to engage alumnae and supporters to create a global community committed to the advancement of women in leadership through networking, mentorship, professional development opportunities and community giving.
What we do… WIN Committee:
- We shine a spotlight on the achievements of our alumnae and our alumni female-focused initiatives
- We plan events and engage partners to create networking and professional development opportunities
- We provide consultation to Chapters interested in organizing WIN events, and sharing best practices and relevant industry events and topics
- We raise awareness and connect alumni members across geographies to share community initiatives focused on women and giving back to the societies within which we operate
Get Involved with WIN
We invite you to join us on our vision and welcome your ideas on how WIN can continue to make an impact.
Every year, Ivey alumni around the world have paused from their busy schedules, gathered together, and celebrated what it means to be a graduate of the Ivey Business School.
For International Women’s Day, we’re shining the light on some influential Ivey women: both current students and remarkable alumnae.
Join us for the 10th Annual Women in Leadership Forum: Defining Your Journey to Success, on March 23, and hear from our panel of women trailblazers who will share their thoughts on how they define success and lessons from their career and life journeys.
This fall, please join us for the inaugural Ivey Alumni Network Book Club. We will kick off with author Caroline Criado Perez’s award-winning book Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men.
The Women of Ivey Network is pleased to partner with Hacking Sophia to deliver a bite-sized, immersive experience that’s focused on subtracting “The Supposed To’s” - those invisible, externally imposed pressures that drain energy, add to your mental load and waste precious time.