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Women Taking the Lead

Women Taking the Lead is a program convening and connecting high-level women leaders in government and business.

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Women Taking the Lead is a program convening and connecting high level women leaders in government and business. The goals of the program are to provide a platform to showcase top talent, help women leaders create and strengthen a network of allies to champion their work and provide opportunities for professional growth and development.

About the Program

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The U.S. Chamber's Women Taking the Lead program is about stepping up to accelerate change and celebrate those organizations working to fuel the drive towards gender parity in C-suites, boardrooms and corner offices across America.

Program Benefits

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Tamika Tremaglio, Women Taking the Lead community member and Greater Washington Managing Principal at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services, discusses how connecting with other high-level women provides professional value and access to new opportunities.

Ashli Watts, President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber

Ashli Watts, President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber

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Each month Women Taking the Lead highlights a female leader within the U.S. Chamber membership to showcase how women are currently leading in all areas of the business community. In July, we are highlighting civic engagement, bridge building, and bipartisanship in a conversation with Ashli Watts, President and CEO of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

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From Women Taking the Lead members

"This program builds out a network of true lasting friendships and allies to support you as you rise. The goal is to move beyond what separates us and look at what connects us. We are women who are leading.”
—Stacey Dion, Managing Director and Global Head of Government Affairs, The Carlyle Group

"Women Taking the Lead events are unique opportunities to be inspired and empowered and to build important relationships that will help you in your career. These events are an hour of power and time well-spent.”
—Holly Lass, Vice President, Government Affairs, American Express

"Women Taking the Lead emerged from our organizations intentionally. We want to foster diverse and inclusive decision making and we want to share our lessons learned.”
—Libby Coffin, Principal-in-Charge, Office of Government Affairs and Public Policy, KPMG

Who is this community for?

High-performing VP-level or equivalent women leaders at:

  • U.S. Chamber Members
  • State and Local Chambers
  • Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses
  • Capitol Hill, Executive and Legislative Branch
  • Federal Agencies
  • State and Local Governments

If you work at a law firm, consulting firm, or are in the media - this is not the right group for you to join, but please contact us for other opportunities to engage.

Get Involved

We invite you to be part of Women Taking the Lead by:

  1. Joining us at our events. If you are a Vice President or equivalent in a business or government role, email Julia Satin to be added to our invite list.
  2. Sponsoring one of our monthly luncheons.
  3. Hosting a site visit at your corporate headquarters to meet with senior women on your executive team.
  4. Leading by belonging to the steering committee.

To discuss Women Taking The Lead opportunities, please contact Julia Satin.

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The latest from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Women Taking the Lead (WTTL), focused on showcasing top executive women, connecting them with a network of allies who will champion their work, and providing these leaders with professional growth opportunities to drive change in C-Suites, boardrooms, and Congressional and corner offices in DC and throughout the country. 

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