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#HappyPeriod

“Over half of the world's population has a period, which it's the source of humanity. No one should have to go without menstrual care. We're about coming together to make a difference and ultimately take care of each other. Lean In reflects that mission.”

Chelsea Warner, Founder

Programs

#HappyPeriod supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

1girl

“Because girls everywhere need the opportunity to develop the skills and confidence they need to lead fulfilling lives and become successful leaders!”

Shelby Kretz, President

Programs

1girl supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

2020 Women on Boards

“2020 Women on Boards is a national campaign to increase the percentage of women who serve on US company boards to 20% or greater by 2020. Engaging thousands of supporters throughout the world, we are leaning in to promote the advancement of women to the highest ranks in American business.”

Malli Gero, Co-Founder & President

Programs

2020 Women on Boards supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

4Girls GLocal Leadership

“4GGL is a powerful movement that is shifting fundamental mindsets and taking bold actions to develop today's agents of change, tomorrow's women leaders, in the developing world where nearly one BILLION girls and young women live.”

Jin In, Founder

Programs

4Girls GLocal Leadership supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

AARP

“AARP is committed to cultivating and highlighting strong leaders, from entry level to the executive team. We are excited to integrate Lean In's educational materials and community connections into our organization's training portfolio.”

Jo Ann Jenkins, COO

Programs

AARP supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

ActionAid UK

Programs

ActionAid UK supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Adam's Place

“"Children often feel isolated after the death of a parent; they may not know the vocabulary, place, when/where to talk about their feelings. Adam's Place provides at no cost education, peer support and activities to empower the child to find a community and their voice. We wrap around by providing the surviving parent or guardian a parenting a grieving child skills class."”

Kelly Thomas Boyers MBA, Co-Founder Board President

Programs

Adam's Place supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

AFT Leuven

“AFT, Academics for Technology, is a Leuven-based student organisation. Our aim is to introduce students to technology and entrepreneurship and inspire in them a sense of entrepreneurship, a quintessential skill in today’s economy. We provide technical profiles the opportunity to further develop their technical knowledge and reach out to non-technical students with a high intererst in technology.”

Programs

AFT Leuven supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Aggie Women MBAs

“Aggie Women MBAs (AWM) is an affiliate chapter of the National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA). AWM is designed to provide women in the Texas A&M University – Mays Business School with a strong network from which professional, academic, and career mentoring activities and information can be explored. Partnering with Lean In supports our goal of advancing women in business, as we to continue to develop and foster relationships among graduate students, former students, potential students, faculty, staff, and business leaders.”

Jana Soares, President

Programs

Aggie Women MBAs supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Aid for Africa

“Many of our 85 member organizations are leaning in to support the women of Sub Saharan Africa by helping them build better lives for themselves, their families and communities.”

Barbara Rose, Executive Director

Programs

Aid for Africa supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Albanian Institute New York

“There is a pursuit we all share: an opportunity to experience happiness, a desire to make a difference in the lives of others, a chance to build a legacy to leave the world. The Albanian Institute New York is leaning in because Albanian women -- from Mother Teresa to the present day -- are a source of strength and inspiration not only to ourselves but to the world. The Institute, through innovation and creativity, works to empower and inspire the next generation of women, and to create a better opportunities for all of us.”

Abedin Korca, Artistic Director

Programs

Albanian Institute New York supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Alpha Gamma Xi Military Sorority, Inc.

“Greetings, We would like to take this opportunity to introduce our Organization. We are Alpha Gamma Xi Sorority, Inc., a non­profit organization that offers membership to past and present service women. We offer an environment that provides our members sisterhood and the opportunity to further serve the community through our veteran initiative S.H.E.R.O. (Sorors Helping to Excel and Restore Others). Your organization is well known for empowering veterans and ensuring that veterans and their families can access all benefits available to them. We believe that Alpha Gamma Xi Sorority, Inc., has the potential to benefit your organizational vision while assisting in the servicing of veterans and the military community through volunteer projects and charitable donations. It is in this respect that we would like to extend our interest in forming a partnership with your organization. We believe that our Pillars of Service and Stewardship will compliment your vision of supporting women and also allow us to utilize our members and our varied media sources to promote our shared cause of the empowerment of our veterans. ”

Ms. Keione Gordon, National President

Programs

Alpha Gamma Xi Military Sorority, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

American Corporate Partners

“American Corporate Partners (ACP) supports female veterans in their transition from military to civilian life by providing one-on-one mentorships with female business leaders and entrepreneurs. With more than 100,000 service women leaving the military over the next five years, ACP is proud to partner with Lean In to build a stronger community of Mentors for our women veterans.”

Sidney E. Goodfriend, Founder and Chairman

Programs

American Corporate Partners supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

American Medical Women's Association (AMWA)

“Over the last century, the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) has elevated, educated, empowered and energized our members and leaders. We are "leaning in" by providing and developing leadership, advocacy, education, expertise, mentoring and strategic alliances. We lead with our hearts as we refine and redefine opportunities for women.”

Farzanna Haffizulla, AMWA President 2014-2015

Programs

American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

Amina MWRC supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

AMIT supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Amnesty International

Programs

Amnesty International supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Anita Borg Institute

“The Anita Borg Institute ensures that women in technology help transform the way the world works, learns and plays. Research shows that development teams which include both women and men deliver higher levels of innovation.”

Telle Whitney, President & CEO

Programs

Anita Borg Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Antigua Federation of Medical Students

“We need strong female leadership within medicine to meet our federation’s purpose of making changes to the world, especially to today’s health care system. We advocate Lean In’s mission and support women in medicine, for gender equality, to bridge the gap between the significant differences in medical positions held by men and women. ”

Tanya Kondolay, Founder & President

Programs

Antigua Federation of Medical Students supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

ASEME

“La Asociación Española de Mujeres Empresarias es una asociación interprofesional que nació en 1971 con el objetivo de impulsar el desarrollo pleno de la mujer como empresaria, profesional liberal o directiva.”

Susan Jones Bidwell, International Liaison

Programs

ASEME supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS)

“The Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) is leaning in to fill the political pipeline for Asian Pacific Americans. Lean In will help us to create a plethora of women leaders striving to affect change in their communities by seeking public office.”

Helen M. Ruggiero, Finance & Development Director

Programs

Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

aspiretoinspire.net

“I am the co founder of Aspire to Inspire community organization. I am a fierce advocate of education and passionate about access to quality education for all children, especially the most vulnerable kids. Together with my friend and colleague Wendy Rivera, we launched Aspire to Inspire community organization that inspires Hispanic youth to stay in school and reach for the stars.”

Margie Viera, Chief Inspiring Officer

Programs

aspiretoinspire.net supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Assist Her

“Assist Her, Inc. provides Prevention, Literacy, and Mentoring programs to girls between the ages of 10 and 18 within Chicago Public Schools and Social Service Organizations. We have created an excellent reputation within the 3rd largest school District, and are committed to supporting organizations and causes that continually provide girls and women with opportunities to lead by being their most authentic and genuine self.”

Samantha Coleman, Founder and Executive Director

Programs

Assist Her supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Astia

“Astia leans in by engaging an inclusive community of female and male experts for the benefit of women entrepreneurs. Our mission is to provide access to the networks and expertise that women high-growth entrepreneurs need to succeed, thrive and ultimately impact today’s global economy.”

Sharon Vosmek, CEO

Programs

Astia supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Babe Ruth League

“The Babe Ruth Baseball/Softball program, using regulation competitive baseball and softball rules, teaches skills, mental and physical development, as well as respect for the rules of the game, and basic ideals of good sportsmanship and fair play. In all aspects, Babe Ruth League, Inc. is committed to providing our participants the very best educational, sports experience possible. It is our fundamental belief that every child with a desire to play baseball or softball be afforded that opportunity.”

Rob Connor, National Commissioner

Programs

Babe Ruth League supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Barbara Annis & Associates

“We are leaning in because for more than 25 years, Gender Intelligence Group has been showing companies how Gender Intelligence® can improve employee satisfaction and the bottom line. We’re convinced that gender awareness leads to increased productivity, creativity and retention.”

Barbara Annis, Founder & CEO

Programs

Barbara Annis & Associates supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Beber Camp

“Developing and nurturing talent is core to everything that we do as a summer camp -- we support and encourage young children to grow up into responsible adults and our professional staff to become engaged and thoughtful citizens. Beber Camp is excited about its partnership with Lean In as we work to build a better world for a new generation of families.”

Joel Bennett, Director of Operations and Human Resources

Programs

Beber Camp supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Berkeley Women in Business

“Berkeley Women in Business leans in to share experiences in order to understand how we are different from other women. By focusing on these differences, we will learn how to cover each other's weaknesses and bolster each other's strengths to reach our desired goals.”

Kendal Madden, President

Programs

Berkeley Women in Business supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Beyond the Four Walls

“Our Organizations is Leaning In by founding a self sufficient tech lab for girls in Nepal. We provide students with contact to professionals, educators, and advocates of girls in technology who can mentor the students. We teach multimedia and entrepreneurship to members of the tech hub. The tech hub is designed to scale across Nepal and into India, Bangladesh, and Thailand. We want to give the insights about simple and effective implementation instead of the regular advocate approach of talking about the issue. I want to introduce Lean In community to my contacts/research in government, logistics, and top corporations that I know from living in Nepal and creating business/development/education networks between Nepal and California. I hope to find foreign investors to accelerate students with innovative maker space techniques for women + STEM in an ideal, friendly frontier market.”

Wolf Price, Founder and Director

Programs

Beyond the Four Walls supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Steven Rice, Chief Human Resources Officer

Programs

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Black MBA Women

“Black MBA Women is leaning in to inspire the next generation of black women business leaders through community and career development that will fuel their professional success. We are committed to empowering emerging business women to realize their potential and to increasing diversity in corporate leadership - on boards and in the C-suite.”

Daria Burke, Founder & CEO

Programs

Black MBA Women supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Blanket Fort Films

“Partnering with Lean In Seattle is important to Blanket Fort Films because part of our mission is to support female-identified filmmakers in a male-dominated industry.”

Brody Willis, Executive Director

Programs

Blanket Fort Films supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Blue Planet Network

“Women around the world waste 200 million hours lugging water on a daily basis. Blue Planet Network's mission is to increase the global impact of safe drinking water programs so these women can focus on advancing their dreams, wherever they may live.”

Jenna Hubbart, Program Manager

Programs

Blue Planet Network supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula

“At the Boys & Girls Clubs, we help our members believe in their future, be ambitious, and advocate for themselves. We help them navigate their educational and career options. Too often at-risk youth and their parents may feel disconnected and not believe in their own potential, and the message of Lean In is especially important to these young people. We see the difference, every day, that the right attitude makes.”

Peter Fortenbaugh, Executive Director

Programs

Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Brave Society Inc.

“Every time we say something and do something in the face of cruelty we are leaning in rather than leaning out as a bystander. We are committed to shifting attitudes so behaviors will change; this is Michael’s legacy.”

Lisa Ford-Berry, Founder

Programs

Brave Society Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Breast Cancer Research Foundation

“"An organization dedicated to women's health by eradicating breast cancer, BCRF is proud to partner with Lean in."”

Stephanie Kauffman, Chief Communications Officer

Programs

Breast Cancer Research Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

British Chamber of Commerce Singapore

“The British Chamber of Commerce Singapore is a membership organisation of approximately 3000 individuals across 400 companies. We have a very active Women in Business committee which organises several events a year and generates original content in this important area.”

Lucy Haydon, Membership & Communications Manager

Programs

British Chamber of Commerce Singapore supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CAA

“At Creative Artists Agency (CAA), we are fortunate to represent many inspiring and gifted women, and to help them share their stories with the world. We are leaning in so that the next generation of women continues to harness the power of their voice, as individuals and as a collective.”

Michelle Kydd Lee, Executive Director, CAA Foundation

Programs

CAA supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Camber Outdoors

Deanne Buck, Executive Director

Programs

Camber Outdoors supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CARE USA

“CARE believes in empowering girls and women around the world to overcome poverty, and we are engaging boys and men in our quest to create hope and equality. From 70 years of experience, CARE knows that when we lean in we can create lasting change for women, communities, and nations.”

Michelle Nunn, President and CEO

Programs

CARE USA supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CAREHER

“CAREhER brings together a group of like-minded professional women in Asia to discuss the issues that really matter in women’s careers. CAREhER wants to be a place where women from around the world can share advice and help each other succeed. Together we can inspire each other to dream bigger and climb higher! We welcome individuals that are interested in, or already working in Asia to join us. Perspiration is personal. Inspiration is shared.”

Ming wei Chou, Co-founder

Programs

CAREHER supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington

“The Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington was founded by a woman, is led by a woman, currently has an all-women staff, and works with community-based nonprofits that are powered, for the most part, by women. One of our key efforts is in the area of capacity building for small nonprofits, and we believe there is work to be done in strengthening the ties among women who work in and run them, introducing them to each other, and creating the conditions in which they can learn from and help each other. Partnering with LeanIn will give us a structure for making that happen. ”

Barbara Harman, Founder and President

Programs

Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Catalyst

“Catalyst is leaning in because we believe that women must achieve parity with men in opportunity, leadership, and pay in the workplace or be marginalized in every other arena. We know that as gender gaps close, we all experience significant improvements in our workplaces and in our lives.”

Deborah Gillis, President & CEO

Programs

Catalyst supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Catapult

“Catapult is a crowd-funding community that connects people who are passionate about justice with people working to create real change for girls and women.”

Maz Kessler, Founder & Creative Director

Programs

Catapult supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CCFEH - Haiti Women's Chamber of Commerce

“ Alone, we are invisible - Together we invincible”

Daniella Jacques, Co founder & President

Programs

CCFEH - Haiti Women's Chamber of Commerce supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CCS

“CCS is an international fundraising management and consulting firm that works with non-profits worldwide. At CCS, we believe that greater diversity inspires smarter strategy, better collaboration, and a more vibrant place to work. We are committed to creating pathways to leadership for women within our own firm and the non-profit sector at large. For this reason, CCS Leans In.”

Robert Kissane, President & CEO

Programs

CCS supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CEAD

“Empowering women and girls for holistic development of the society”

Dr. (Mrs.) G. Vijayalaxmi, Founder Secretary

Programs

CEAD supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP)

“CAWP encourages women to lean in to politics and government. With the aim of strengthening our democracy, CAWP's Ready to Run™ trainings prepare women for elected and appointed office, and NEW Leadership™ institutes inspire students to embark on public leadership careers. Both programs serve 1,500 women annually in 32 states.”

Debbie Walsh, Director

Programs

Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Center for New Women Leaders

“We aim to help women new to the workforce lead with strength, power and creativity by offering workshops, mentoring, events and more.”

Renee Kosiarek, Executive Director

Programs

Center for New Women Leaders supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Centre for Social Research

“The India-Women in Leadership (i-WIL) Programme is aimed at correcting the imbalance of a mere 10 per cent representation of women in Parliament by equipping participants with appropriate training. The i-WIL Programme provides women with the knowledge, skills and tools essential for becoming leaders in India’s shifting political landscape.”

Ishita Y. Aggarwal, Communications & i-WIL

Programs

Centre for Social Research supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Chamberlain College of Nursing

“The Lean In book and circles across the globe have already impacted public discussion on gender equality in a very positive way. We hope that our circle gives us a voice and allows us to open up without being afraid so we can have a deeper understanding of the issues we face and we can work together towards finding solutions.”

Karilyn Van Oosten, National Director, Strategic Alliances

Programs

Chamberlain College of Nursing supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Change the Ratio

“Change The Ratio was founded with the mission of increasing visibility, access and opportunity for women. Lean In will provide countless women with information, tools and community to do that for themselves, faster and with the support of their employers and their peers. We are proud and excited to support this great endeavor.”

Rachel Sklar, Founder

Programs

Change the Ratio supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Change.org

“In addition to actively recruiting women, we focus on building a culture that emphasizes meaningful work and inclusion, where all employees can flourish. When we decided to update our parental leave policy to 18 fully-paid weeks for all parents, the central motivating force was the need to provide a truly equal plan to support every family. When only birth parents are able to take leave, individuals - male and female - are forced to follow traditional gender roles that perpetuate inequality. ”

Jennifer Dulski, President & COO

Programs

Change.org supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CHCI Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

“CHCI’s development of the next generation of Latino leaders includes the empowerment of young Latinas who will be the future leaders of our nation, our communities and our families. We are proud to Lean In and join this tremendous effort to showcase and foster the leadership of women.”

Esther Aguilera, President & CEO

Programs

CHCI Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Chic CEO

“Chic CEO is a community of female entrepreneurs supported by a platform of smart and relevant "how-to" business information. Women are starting businesses 2:1 over men in the US. Let’s lean in to support a future where men and women lead side by side with all of the same opportunities.”

Stephanie Burns, Founder & CEO

Programs

Chic CEO supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CivCom

“We want to make sure all military families have a job before leaving the military. The military spouse, 95% of which are women, are often ignored. Military spouses are a CivCom priority.”

Yulee Newsome, President

Programs

CivCom supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Colorado Technical University

“At Colorado Technical University (CTU), students don’t just take classes, they lean into topics and issues they’ll tackle in the workplace. From industry-aligned curriculum to real-world faculty, CTU students are prepared to hit the ground sprinting. Plus, they’ll have a powerful, professional network of support throughout their entire career.”

Dr. Connie Johnson, Chief Academic Officer and Provost

Programs

Colorado Technical University supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Commonwealth Community Center

“"Our legacy is not define on what we do but who we do it for."”

Craig Valdez, Director

Programs

Commonwealth Community Center supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.

“Congratulations to Ms. Sandberg for encouraging women to lean in and strive for excellence no matter their chosen profession. She, like so many successful women, know there can be no reward without risk. But by leaning on each other, we can fulfill our greatest potential.”

Shuanise Washington, President & CEO

Programs

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Connecting Founders

“"We want to celebrate the achievements of Thailand's women entrepreneurs and professionals and present a broader range of female role models that women can aspire to. We see much to be gained from building a collaborative community of like-minded people that support and encourage each other." ”

Caterina Meloni, Founder

Programs

Connecting Founders supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

CORO Northern California

Programs

CORO Northern California supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Creative Journey

“I'm passionate about developing embodied leadership as the best way for women to move directly towards developing our own work in the world - to really learn to own our own potential and to enable us to effect change in the wider world"”

Tess, Howell

Programs

Creative Journey supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Denis Miki Foundation

“An empowered woman is an empowered community. Empowering women entails empowering their immediate connections; family, children, husbands and friends.”

Emilia Miki, Founder

Programs

Denis Miki Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Distinguished Young Women

“Founded in 1958 in Mobile, Alabama, Distinguished Young Women is the largest and oldest national scholarship program for high school girls. We are leaning in by promoting scholarship, leadership and talent to not only recognize current leadership but inspire future leaders.”

Jennifer Tolbert, National Field Director

Programs

Distinguished Young Women supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

Diversi supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Doctors of the Globe, Inc/Medecins du Globe

“"Sprinkle kindness, acceptance and joy; harvest abundant love".”

marlene jean, President

Programs

Doctors of the Globe, Inc/Medecins du Globe supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Dress for Success

“Dress for Success has been encouraging our women to "Lean In" since we were founded more than 15 years ago. When I spoke with Sheryl and her team about her vision for the Lean In movement, I knew it would transform the lives of women in business because its principles have helped transform the lives of the hundreds of thousands of women which we serve. We are proud to partner with Lean In to help ALL women- regardless of socio-economic status- achieve self-defined success.”

Joi Gordon, CEO

Programs

Dress for Success supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Dress for Success Greater Orlando

“We are an ever-expanding network of affiliates who work together with referral agencies, volunteers and companies across the world to make a big impact in women’s lives. By supporting each other, we can reach a greater number of women and make our vision a reality.”

Renita Hunt , President

Programs

Dress for Success Greater Orlando supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Duane Morris Institute

“Many companies don't recognize they have a problem with gender discrimination, but all too often, women are excluded from consideration for key positions. We want both men and women to understand the importance of this issue, work together to overcome it, and create a better workplace for all.”

Jonathan Segal, Managing Principal, Partner, Attorney at Law

Programs

Duane Morris Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Empact

“Empact is leaning in because women entrepreneurs are an incredibly important face of entrepreneurship. We believe in celebrating the success of women entrepreneurs and creating the space for authentic conversation about the experience so more are empowered to manifest their own unique contributions to society.”

Sheena Lindahl, Co-Founder & President

Programs

Empact supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Epicentro150

“We have created a platform that allows Latin American entrepreneurs to promote their work and connect with other entrepreneurs to collaborate. We are helping to catalyze the entrepreneurship ecosystem in Latin America by responding to the needs and interactions of the entrepreneurs. Through entrepreneurship we will create positive impact in our region.”

Stefany Cohen, CEO & Founder

Programs

Epicentro150 supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

EqualityTV

“We are a team of creative visionaries, passionate about changing the world. We highlight marginalized and underrepresented communities and provide a platform for transformation. We aim to shift mainstream media, and Lean In to produce a global and inclusive network. EqualityTV is dedicated to 'Celebrating Humanity' and promoting Equality for All. We Lean In to every opportunity to create partnerships with other organizations and build a team of Social Innovators.”

Lisa Mae Brunson, CEO

Programs

EqualityTV supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

ESAF

““I believe in the innate ability of women to transform their family, their neighborhood eventually the nation. That’s why majority of my employees are women, more than 60%” ”

Mr.Paul Thomas, Founder Chairman, ESAF Group.

Programs

ESAF supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Etregirls.com

“"Être provides valuable online resources to world-changing middle school girls. There are wise words being exchanged among women today through organizations like Lean In...Être seeks to pass them on to our girls. How to find mentors at a young age, where they can be of service and volunteer early, how to preserve an interest in science and how to raise their hands instead of lowering their standards...these are the goals of Être. Être means To Be. Let's help these girls figure out exactly who they want to be."”

Illana Raia, Founder

Programs

Etregirls.com supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Eva Longoria Foundation

“If we’re going narrow the gender gap, we need to make leadership programs more widely available to women. Just a small amount of training can have a life-changing impact on a woman’s career.”

Eva Longoria, Founder

Programs

Eva Longoria Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Evolving Mother Incubator

“Based on 42 years of assistance to entrepreneurs and small businesses, the Evolving Mother Incubator offers incubation (which includes mentorship, counseling, funding and other vital resources, workshops and programs) to help aid the modern mother in responsibly balancing new business ventures inside and outside the home. The Evolving Mother Incubator is a new project of the Environmental Education Group, 501(c)(3) and will initially operate regionally in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties.”

Lielle Arad, Founder

Programs

Evolving Mother Incubator supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Femgineer

“Femgineer is leaning in to educate, encourage, and empower tech professionals and entrepreneurs, especially women, level up their careers. Co-founded by two technical women, we are passionate about paying it forward and helping other women succeed in the software industry.”

Poornima Vijayashanker, Co-Founder

Programs

Femgineer supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Femme Squad Honor Society

“We are an honor society for the inner and outer feminine of individuals working together towards gender equality. We believe that conversation is the hallmark of knowledge, and knowledge is the hallmark of change. ”

Nicole Gautier, Founder, Board Member

Programs

Femme Squad Honor Society supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Fenton

“Fenton is proud to support Lean In, which we believe will help inspire women everywhere to pursue their ambitions and exceed their goals.”

Susan McPherson, SVP, Director of Global Marketing

Programs

Fenton supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

First Book

“First Book is a non-profit enterprise working to end the global crisis of knowledge poverty for children in need. Led by fearless entrepreneurs, we encourage everyone on our team to lean in, think big and innovate so every child can enjoy powerful books and resources—to read, learn and succeed.”

Kyle Zimmer, President & CEO

Programs

First Book supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Fit Fathers, Inc

“Continuous education on the benefits of an overall healthy lifestyle is imperative. Awareness of chronic disease causation, daily exercise and positive habits are becoming more apparent as degeneration of the body is striking faster due to S.A.D (Standard American Diet), lethargic attitudes and overwhelming work schedules. So continue to eat clean, energize your life and stay active.”

Kimatni Rawlins, Founder & Executive Director

Programs

Fit Fathers, Inc supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

FKA Association of Women Business Leaders in Iceland

“Women in media, we have to brake the barrier for women in media, work alongside media to balance interviews so that the new broadcast will mirror the population in Iceland. ”

Thordis Loa Þorhallsdottir, Chairman of board

Programs

FKA Association of Women Business Leaders in Iceland supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Flying Kites

“Flying Kites empowers orphaned children by providing the care, inspiration and education they need to succeed in, and contribute to, a complex and changing world. Our outreach initiatives provide families caring for orphaned children with opportunities for income-generation. Our goal is to raise the standards of care available to orphaned children, while challenging the way the world understands the needs and the dreams of some of our poorest children.”

Leila de Bruyne, President

Programs

Flying Kites supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Forté Foundation

“Since 2001, Forté Foundation—a non-profit consortium of major corporations and top business schools - has empowered women to lean in so they can achieve fulfilling, meaningful careers in business. Forté does this by providing access to business education, career development opportunities, and a community of successful women.”

Elissa Ellis-Sangster, Executive Director

Programs

Forté Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Fostering Leadership 4 Young Women, Inc.

Melissa Sanchez, Co-Founder

Programs

Fostering Leadership 4 Young Women, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Freedom2Fit, Inc

“"It doesn’t have to be advanced—it just has to be personal."”

Jenny Carrington, Founder/Executive Director

Programs

Freedom2Fit, Inc supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Friends of the American University of Afghanistan

Kat Conlon, Executive Director

Programs

Friends of the American University of Afghanistan supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Fund Dreamer

“Here at Fund Dreamer, our vision is to eradicate inequality in funding and growth opportunities for women and diversity focused on projects and startups. We are crowdfunding platform for women and diversity groups.”

Ellie Shapiro, Founder & CEO

Programs

Fund Dreamer supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Future Women Leaders

“Future Women Leaders is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in the San Francisco Bay Area, serving emerging women leaders of all ages. Our mission is to help women in the Bay Area reach their leadership potential by providing opportunities in leadership training and development, personal and professional growth, and network building. FWL helps aspiring or current women leaders to lean in, providing them with tools and encouragement that they might not be getting elsewhere.”

Jeanette Kane, Chief Marketing Officer

Programs

Future Women Leaders supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Games for Change

“Games for Change facilitates the creation and distribution of social impact games that serve as critical tools in humanitarian and educational efforts. We're leaning in by leveraging entertainment for social good—most recently through our Half the Sky Movement games on mobile phones and Facebook, which support women worldwide.”

Susanna Pollack, President

Programs

Games for Change supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network

“GLSEN fights to eliminate the barriers to achievement posed by bias and violence in K-12 schools on the basis of gender expression and gender identity. We support Lean In in its efforts to overcome gender barriers and nurture the leadership potential of all students.”

Eliza Byard, Ph.D., Executive Director

Programs

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Geek Girls Latam

“One empowered woman is a change agent that can transform her life, her family's and society in general. Una mujer empoderada es un agente de cambio que puede transformar su vida, la de su familia y su entorno. #GeekGirlsLatam @JoannaPrieto”

Joanna Prieto, CEO

Programs

Geek Girls Latam supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media

“While watching children's entertainment with her young daughter, Geena Davis was astounded by the dearth of female characters. Fueled to take action, she commissioned the largest research project on gender in film and television ever undertaken, conducted by Dr. Stacy Smith at the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism. The research confirmed the disparity she observed: in family films, there is only one female character for every three male characters. In group scenes, only 17% of the characters are female. The repetitive viewing patterns of children ensure that these negative stereotypes are ingrained and imprinted over and over.”

Madeline Di Nonno, CEO

Programs

Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

GenderAllies

“GenderAllies are inclusion professionals who lead in advancing women and engaging men in full partnership. We demonstrate that when women, men and organizations remove their blind spots and embrace inclusion as a cornerstone of leadership, their business and their culture thrive!”

Lise Edwards, Co Founder

Programs

GenderAllies supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Georgetown Women in Business

“Georgetown's Graduate Women in Business (GWiB) is an organization dedicated to the development of exceptional female leaders. By focusing on four key pillars of action: career development, mentorship, networking and leadership development, GWiB helps members realize their full potential and capitalize on professional opportunities.”

Amy Kohler, 2014 President

Programs

Georgetown Women in Business supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girl Power Up

“Girl Power Up is a new nonprofit organization committed to developing more women leaders by encouraging girls to educate and empower themselves! Our programs focus on developing leadership skills at an early age while promoting the significance of women leaders in the community, throughout corporations, and as entrepreneurs. Girls…Power Up!”

Kim May, Founder & Executive Director

Programs

Girl Power Up supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

Agenia Clark, CEO

Programs

Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girl Smarts

“Girl Smarts is not just a program. It is an approach, a method of helping to build young ladies up so they realize their potential and have the confidence to go after it. Led by a highly motivated, born leader, the sixty young ladies that have become a part of this elite group have grown socially, academically, and most importantly, emotionally.”

J.R. Raybold, Principal, Conway Elementary

Programs

Girl Smarts supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girl Vow, Inc.

“Girl Vow supports Lean In because we believe in the power of gender equity. When women are left out of the conversation the world suffers. We Lean In as women so the esteem and the pathway of girls who trail behind us have room to be elevated. We cannot afford to be silenced anymore. The life of our girls depend on the voices of women being heard. ”

Dawn Rowe, Executive Director

Programs

Girl Vow, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girlmade

“Girlmade's mission is to 'help women to play big.' We provide mentorship, training, and funding opportunities for startups with at least one female founder with an equity stake. We believe that collaboration is the new competition.”

Lauren Klein, CEO & Chief Inspiration Officer

Programs

Girlmade supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girls Driving for a Difference

“Girls Driving for a Difference is an organization dedicated to using design to empower young girls to become leaders of social change. We are honored to partner with LeanIn to share our curricula with a vast network of outstanding women and bring our mission to life in even greater ways.”

Katie Kirsch, Co-Founder

Programs

Girls Driving for a Difference supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Association

Programs

Girls Leading Our World (GLOW) Association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girls on the Run

“At Girls on the Run we provide a caring climate, supportive relationships and opportunities to learn social, emotional and behavioral skills that will last a lifetime. Since our inception, 750,000 girls have stepped up to the starting line of life with courage, strength and confidence.”

Elizabeth Kunz, President

Programs

Girls on the Run supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girls Write Now

“Founded in 1998, Girls Write Now is the first organization in the country with a writing and mentoring model exclusively for girls. Girls Write Now provides guidance, support, and opportunities for underserved girls from New York City’s public high schools to develop their creative, independent voices, explore careers in professional writing, and learn how to make healthy school, career and life choices.”

Maya Nussbaum, Founder

Programs

Girls Write Now supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Girls Youth Basketball

“Our goal is to empower and inspire girls to grow physically and mentally as we enlighten them to realize their full potential both on and off the court.”

Anjelica Ostrea, Executive Director

Programs

Girls Youth Basketball supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

Givergy supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Global Diversity and Inclusion Foundation

“GDIF leans in, supporting and educating individuals and companies to create workplaces where women are respected, viable, valued, and productive to bring their best, authentic selves to work every day. Granting, recognizing and rewarding individuals and organizations from all backgrounds, characteristics, and industries working to evolve in diversity and inclusion.”

Chuck Obina, President

Programs

Global Diversity and Inclusion Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Global Fund for Women

“IMOW is leaning in because we are committed to supporting and empowering our women leaders. We know that when women are a part of the conversation, we all benefit from their creative thinking, effective leadership and game-changing ideas.”

Clare Winterton, Executive Director

Programs

Global Fund for Women supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Global Press Institute

“Global Press Institute is leaning in because we believe women are the future of international journalism. We are working toward this goal daily by training and employing women across the developing world to be world-class professional journalists. We publish ethical, investigative feature news stories daily on the GPI Newswire.”

Cristi Hegranes, Founder & Executive Director

Programs

Global Press Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Global Summit of Women

“While women remain severely underrepresented in the boardrooms and in senior management positions throughout the world, and while the gender pay gap is persistent in every country globally, the Global Summit of Women will continue to lean in to help push for gender equality in leadership positions.”

Irene Natividad, President

Programs

Global Summit of Women supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Global Women's Empowerment Network (GWEN)

“Founded in 2012, The Global Women’s Empowerment Network (GWEN) is a nonprofit organization that uses cutting-edge technology and multimedia programming to raise awareness and funds to support and heal women and children who have suffered abuse of all kinds.”

Tess Cacciatore, Co-Founder & Chief Operations Officer

Programs

Global Women's Empowerment Network (GWEN) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

GlobalNiche.net

“GlobalNiche.net leans in by providing women with an effective framework to achieve offline goals with their online presence. We equip women to build broader networks, connect to opportunities and be the agent of their own development. GlobalNiche envisions a world where women are happy and fearless as they create the life they want to live.”

Anastasia Ashman, CEO & Founder

Programs

GlobalNiche.net supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Goedgedacht Trust

“Low-income rural communities are fraught with social, economic and environmental injustice. The best way we can address all this issues is to target the youth but strengthing the role and status of Woman, Grand Mothers, Mothers, Sisters and Daughters in the community.”

Mikal Lambert, Food Soul Jah

Programs

Goedgedacht Trust supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

GOOD+ Foundation

“We are an organization founded by a woman, lead by women and powered by women. One of our key initiatives is Nurturing New Mothers, which works to prove moms living in poverty in the US with the education and tools they need to care for their children and themselves. ”

Katherine Snider, Executive Director

Programs

GOOD+ Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Grace Institute

“For 116 years, Grace Institute has helped over 100,000 low-income, unemployed women lean in by providing them with career skills training, job placement opportunities and a path out of poverty.”

Shari Krull, Executive Director

Programs

Grace Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

GW Women in Business

“GW Women in Business is leaning in because we believe that our members, and other Gen Y women, are changing the playing field as they enter the business world with leadership ambitions. We envision a future where women can achieve both professional success and personal fulfillment.”

Alexa Vogel, President

Programs

GW Women in Business supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Harvard Global Women's Empowerment

Programs

Harvard Global Women's Empowerment supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business (HUWIB)

“Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business (HUWIB) is committed to providing the best education and experience for collegiate female leaders both at Harvard and around the world. We believe in the fundamental importance of helping women lean in as early in their careers as possible.”

Rena Wang & Kavya Shankar, Co-Presidents

Programs

Harvard Undergraduate Women in Business (HUWIB) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Healthy Relationships California

“Relationship Education empowers women to articulate their thoughts and feelings and to find solutions to problems that enable them to meet their goals and to generate support from all the key relationships in their lives. ”

Patty Howell, Ed.M., A.G.C., President

Programs

Healthy Relationships California supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Help Our Wounded

“We are tremendously excited to be able to partner with LeanIn. As a nonprofit that helps veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury, we have been seeing an increase in the number of women who are coming forward, seeking help. We are happy to be partnering with LeanIn to be able to reach out to more of those women who may be in need.”

Sarah Crane, Executive Director

Programs

Help Our Wounded supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

HER: Hope. Educate. Rise

Programs

HER: Hope. Educate. Rise supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Hispanic Women's Network of Texas

“Our Mission The Hispanic Women's Network of Texas promotes the advancement of women in public, corporate, and civic life through education, personal and professional development. Our Beliefs We have a responsibility to empower and inspire our members and community. ”

Lupe Morin, Execuitve Director

Programs

Hispanic Women's Network of Texas supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Hiwa Foundation

“Hiwa Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization based in the city of Slemani, Kurdistan of Iraq. It was established on March 6, 2013 by a Kurdish business man (Hiwa Rauf). Hiwa Foundation is leaning in to enable creativity and perfection throughout publishing and supporting creative and good educational materials. The aim is to see positive results in the next generation and helping men and women to reach full potential of their ambitions and dreams.”

Nian Abdullah, Cofounder & President

Programs

Hiwa Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Human Capital Leadership Institute

“For real gender diversity change, female leadership and equal pay need to be priority.”

Laura Lin, Senior Manager, Strategic Alliances

Programs

Human Capital Leadership Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Hypatia Women in Engineering

Ilektra Marazaki, Board Member

Programs

Hypatia Women in Engineering supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Ignite Africa

“Women in Africa and across the world were voiceless for many years. It is time we roar louder than the lion and let our voices be heard and leave this world a better place than we found it. Together we can Ignite Africa”

Ancillar Mangena, Founder and CEO

Programs

Ignite Africa supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Infinite Variety Productions

“In Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, Antony says of Cleopatra: "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale Her infinite variety" IVP believes all women are made of infinite varieties and deserve to be celebrated and revered”

Ashley Adelman, Chair

Programs

Infinite Variety Productions supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Influencing Positivity

“Empower other women: Start now Emily Bayne”

Jenna Schaffer, Administrator

Programs

Influencing Positivity supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Institute for Women's Leadership

“For 25 years, the Institute for Women's Leadership has been providing world-class training for women to spread their wings and fly in the direction of "what makes their heart sing!" Leaning in is a natural way to expand these leaders' ability to find other women and resources to ensure success on that journey."”

Rayona Sharpnack, Founder & CEO

Programs

Institute for Women's Leadership supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR)

“IWPR is leaning in because of its 25-year commitment to researching women’s employment and wages, quantifying the experiences of women in the workforce, and informing policies that improve the economic status of all women and their families.”

Heidi Hartmann, President & Co-Founder

Programs

Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Integrating Woman Leaders Organization

“IWL offers an annual Women’s Leadership Conference in Indiana, reaching over 3,000 women in the past six years. We stand for empowering women through support and connections to advance them into the next stages of leadership. We strive for large-scale organizational change through a company’s most valuable resource: its people.”

Maggie Anderson, Executive Director

Programs

Integrating Woman Leaders Organization supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

International Women's Day

“We're leaning in with women all around the world to celebrate the social, economic and political achievements of women - past, present and future.”

Glenda Stone, Director

Programs

International Women's Day supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Iowa Women Lead Change

“Iowa Women Lead Change is singularly focused on advancing women in all the ways that they lead - at home, work and in the community. Lean In's portfolio of resources and experts is well-aligned with IWLC's approach to assist women in developing their skills and moving ahead. Diane Ramsey, IWLC CEO”

Diane Ramsey, CEO

Programs

Iowa Women Lead Change supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Itshikkha

“Working with Leanin will be a great achievement for us. We can contribute more in Women empower”

Abdul Aouwal, CEO, Founder

Programs

Itshikkha supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Ivy Girl Academy

“The Ivy Girl Academy is a confidence & leadership training program for teen ladies ages 12-18. We run workshops all over the country teaching the "12 Levels of Ladyhood." Confidence, leadership, gratitude, self-defense, social & dining etiquette, service, health, motherhood, positive mental atmosphere, personal power, self-respect, goal-setting. We teach our girls to "lean in" by giving them exercises to strengthen their leadership and confidence muscles.”

Jessie Funk, Executive Director

Programs

Ivy Girl Academy supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Java Mountain Coffee

“Bringing change to a 300 year old supply chain model in coffee from Java that has always been dominated by men and has only created inequality.”

Zaza Fetriza, Communications

Programs

Java Mountain Coffee supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA)

“Orthodox Jewish women face many of the same hurdles as other women to leaning in -- plus a few. Orthodox Jewish women are socialized into having large families, excessively covering their bodies, taking sole responsibility for the welfare of everyone on the clan, and of course serving everyone -- with or without having a career of their own. JOFA would love to partner with Lean-In to create Lean-In circles specifically for Orthodox Jewish women to address these issues and create a space where Orthodox women are allowed to *want* for themselves.”

Elana Sztokman, Executive Director

Programs

Jewish Orthodox Feminist Alliance (JOFA) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Jogo de Damas

“Jogo de Damas is a Brazilian company specialized in consulting and project development focused on women's professional empowerment. We help companies to fuel their potential through gender diversity among their employees, suppliers and/or costumers. ”

Deb Xavier, Business Director

Programs

Jogo de Damas supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

JUST Capital

Programs

JUST Capital supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

KidsForShe

“We are an organization from kids for kids and we pledge to educate children about gender inequality in a way that will inspire and compel them to take action.”

Magdalena Del Valle, Founder

Programs

KidsForShe supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Kincoppal - Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart

“KRB students are 'leaning in' because we believe it is so important that women of all ages have strong women role models to inspire them. It is important to us that we educate the young women of today to be confident, resilient and persistent - to always "lean in" and have a voice, because their opinion is valid. Our school's values are strongly centered around the five Sacred Heart goals of growth, community, social justice, faith and respect. 'Lean In' has become our 'unofficial' 6th goal and our students are really embracing this. We have recently held a photography competition where students were asked to enter photos of women in their community that have inspired them, you can see the results here: http://video214.com/play/Xdkt6cBlVzilXCjh0xMfag/s/dark”

Hilary Johnston-Croke, Principal

Programs

Kincoppal - Rose Bay School of the Sacred Heart supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

KIPP Foundation

“At KIPP we believe that great schools are created and sustained by great leaders. Today, women are the chief executives overseeing more than half of all KIPP schools, proving the possible in public education for young people in high-need communities.”

Richard Barth, CEO

Programs

KIPP Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Koca organization Keep our children alive

“What must we do to keep our children alive? ”

Kara K. Johnson , C.E.O/Founder

Programs

Koca organization Keep our children alive supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

L3 Hub

“"You never know what you can achieve until you go and do it"”

Corrine Lin, Founder

Programs

L3 Hub supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars

“The Ladies Auxiliary VFW has been leaning in for 100 years as the female relatives of combat veterans. Since its inception in 1914, the organization has been providing leadership and personal development opportunities where few existed. Women from all walks of life have had the chance to be Presidents and Treasurers, as well as many other leadership roles that lead to national officer positions. Any woman in our organization can aspire to be the President. As the main support to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Ladies Auxiliary members are known for getting things done, moving forward and making a difference in the lives of veterans, active-duty military and their families. It's their passion and their life.”

Jan Owens, National Secretary-Treasurer

Programs

Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

LadyBugs Forever

“LadyBugs Forever is a grassroots lifestyle management organization for teen ladies, our motto is: Find yourself, Be yourself, Love yourself. We create a sorority-like camaraderie in our members. Our mission show them that self-awareness, community service and ambition is paramount and once they find out who they really are and what they really want, we match them with a woman in that career, so they can shadow her.”

Teroya Eason, President

Programs

LadyBugs Forever supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Latina Coalition Silicon Valley

“Latina Coalition of Silicon Valley (LCSV) leans in by educating, preparing and connecting Latinas in the areas of civic engagement and leadership development.”

Cristina Garcia, Marketing and Program Coordinator

Programs

Latina Coalition Silicon Valley supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Latino Professionals Association

Tania Ibarra, CPA, President

Programs

Latino Professionals Association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Lauren's Kids

“Lauren's Kids was founded by child sexual abuse survivor Lauren Book, who was abused for six years at the hands of her live-in nanny. Like many victims, Lauren struggled to find her voice and bring her abuse to light. Once she did, she was shocked to learn that she wasn't alone…that there are 45 million survivors of child sexual abuse in the U.S. Armed with the knowledge that 95% of abuse is preventable through education and awareness, Lauren decided to use her personal tragedy into a vehicle to create positive change for others -- to help other survivors heal and prevent abuse from happening in the first place. Since then, Lauren Book has formed the Lauren's Kids foundation and champions laws, completes an annual 1,500-mile awareness walk across the state of Florida and has developed a school-based abuse prevention curriculum that's been distributed to kindergarten classes in the state of Florida at the direction of our legislature.”

Lauren Book, Founder & CEO

Programs

Lauren's Kids supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

“By partnering with Lean In, LULAC convenes with trailblazers from across the country and commits to increasing women in leadership, to augmenting female leadership opportunities, and to celebrating their professional ascension.”

Margaret Moran, President

Programs

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

League of Women in Government

“The League of Women in Government is the umbrella organization that supports local and statewide organizations that advance women in local government leadership. Together, we Support, Mentor, Encourage & Educate by: Strengthening relationships between women in local government, Informing women of leadership and professional development opportunities, and Educating officials about the value of gender diversity in leadership.”

Pamela Antil, President/CEO

Programs

League of Women in Government supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Programs

LeanIn.Org supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Lebo Kotane Foundation

“Lebo Kotane Foundation mainly focus on capacity building,assisting individuals on the program to comply as a gify for future Business Enterprise Develop,Educational and Skills Training Development ”

Keolebogile Kotane, Founder

Programs

Lebo Kotane Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Lensational

“Lean In is an inspiring, global movement empowering women to achieve their fullest potentials. Lensational hopes to partner with Lean In so that we can integrate the women that we train, whose voices are rarely if ever heard, into this global movement. They'll also connect with role models that can help them in their journeys.”

Bonnie Chiu, CEO and co-founder

Programs

Lensational supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Let's Kick ASS AIDS Survivor Syndrome

“We need a way to empower a quarter of the population living with HIV since for over 15 years. Long-Term Survivors and older adults living with HIV. It is about building communities to age well with HIV ”

Tez Anderson, Executive Director/Founder

Programs

Let's Kick ASS AIDS Survivor Syndrome supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Levo League

“Levo League is leaning in because we believe in elevating the careers of Gen Y women by providing access to role models, peer groups and other valuable career resources.”

Caroline Ghosn, Founder & CEO

Programs

Levo League supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Lewis Development Center

“Partnership with Lean In addresses women specifically, our organization needs that program because we are a youth development company.”

Linwood Lewis, Operations Manager

Programs

Lewis Development Center supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Like Girl Birth Campaign

“Like Girl Birth-Let’s Celebrate the Birth of Every Girl Child.Let’s celebrate every girl child’s birth. Let’s give a loud thunderclap and welcome her to the world,Every girl has a legal and a moral right to be born. “LIKE GIRL BIRTH” is a campaign to spread a lovely message out to the world to like girl birth and to celebrate the birth of every girl child by bringing a positive approach. Unlike other organisations it does not ask for sympathising with women or any girl child, neither it asks to Save Girl Child as it does not want to create any sort of negative vibes where the very first image comes into our mind of somebody in danger and we have to save it; because it is the very right of the girls to be born and brought up in this beautiful world and believes that they are strong enough to not to let anybody snatch this right from them. Rohitash Kumar Campaign Founder ”

Rohitash Kumar, Founder

Programs

Like Girl Birth Campaign supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Linxx

“Reading lean-in when I was 22 inspired me to become a leader, and gave me the confidence to become a leader. Having always followed in the footsteps of my older sister, I thought of myself as a follower--until reading lean-in. Women need to know that we can be leaders, too. That knowledge, and the realization through leadership, is the most empowering thing is can ask for.”

Jessica Kahlenberg, President and Co-Founder

Programs

Linxx supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Lola's Foundation

“In honor of all our grandmothers (Lola's) our foundation concentrates on community building in underprivileged areas. For both men and women, my Lola always stressed the importance of education and helping others in need.”

Analisa Hightower, Founder

Programs

Lola's Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Loretto Academy

“Our school was founded by the Sisters of Loretto in 1923 and has educated over 10,000 women who live all over the world, many who hold leadership positions as legislatures, judges, federal department chairs, local government leaders and CEOs. At Loretto Academy, our graduates know that there is no limit to what their drive and passion will take them, and that has been the educational model since the school was founded.”

Analisa Cordova, Advancement Director

Programs

Loretto Academy supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Lovetrees

“"We focus on creating and offering opportunities to women from every background because it creates value for families and our communities. Lean In is a great resource that helps us identify leaders and new problems to address"”

Ana Braica, Executive Director

Programs

Lovetrees supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Madison Traffic Garden

“We build community curated spaces that empower people. ”

Erin McWalter, President

Programs

Madison Traffic Garden supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Michigan State University Women in Business Students' Association (WBSA)

“The Women in Business Students' Association (WBSA) harnesses a forum for women to lean in to their careers by fostering growth among membership through networking, mentorship, and professional development. WBSA commits to instill a framework that will drive the success of women both in the classroom and into the boardroom.”

Melissa Luther, President

Programs

Michigan State University Women in Business Students' Association (WBSA) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Milaap Social Ventures

“Milaap helps poor, marginalized women in India better the quality of their lives. Milaap has enabled thousands of women to start a business, gain access to a smoke free kitchen, and get an education.”

Sourabh Sharma, CEO

Programs

Milaap Social Ventures supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Moms Clean Air Force

“Moms Clean Air Force harnesses the passion and power of moms by inspiring them to unite against polluters. We empower moms through “Naptime Activism” which offers quick and practical ways for time-pressed moms to make their voices heard. Moms Clean Air Force makes it easy for concerned moms to become engaged citizens.”

Dominique Browning, Senior Director

Programs

Moms Clean Air Force supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Monta Vista Robotics Team 115

Programs

Monta Vista Robotics Team 115 supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Mulheres em Destaque

“Mulheres em Destaque is an information platform that addresses the challenges that Brazilian women face on their journey to reach senior roles within organizations. Through an annual meeting and a series of courses to enhance leadership skills in women, Mulheres em Destaque (Women in Evidence) uses the power of knowledge sharing and networking to promote more talented women.”

Zo Stark, Project Director

Programs

Mulheres em Destaque supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Municipal Management Association of Northern California

Programs

Municipal Management Association of Northern California supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Musicians for Equal Opportunities for Women (MEOW)

“We are the only national organization devoted to leveling the playing field for women in music.”

Carla Black, Director

Programs

Musicians for Equal Opportunities for Women (MEOW) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Muslim American Leadership Alliance

“We live in a society where we have the resources and freedom that is denied to millions of women on a daily basis. Yet, I have seen that violence and abuse do not discriminate. Regardless of where you are in this world, women and children remain the most disadvantaged groups. With the heightened violence and instability in midst of the global climate, it is easy for women to fall under the cracks and become a statistic, rather than nurturing and empowering them to thrive and strive.”

Zainab Khan, President

Programs

Muslim American Leadership Alliance supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Nari Network

“Nari Network envisions to empower women in India to Lean In and discover their potential by providing a safe space online for collaborative discussion, peer support, and collective action to achieve equality. ”

Kadhambari Sridhar, Co-founder

Programs

Nari Network supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Association of Professional Women in Landscape (NAPWL)

“On January 1, 2011, the National Association of Professional Women in Landscape (NAPWL), first women centric association specifically for the spectrum of green industry professionals was born. While it is true, women professionally working in the Landscape profession have been documented as early as 1889, when the founding chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects began; it has only been since the NAPWL was created, that a singular community exists to support their growth. NAPWL's mission is to provide a framework of connectivity, education, and support that will propel their members towards greater profitability, expertise, professionalism and achievement.”

Angelia Woodside Beckstrom, President, LEED AP, C27

Programs

National Association of Professional Women in Landscape (NAPWL) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)

“NAWBO is leaning in because we know how much female entrepreneurs have to offer one another. We support Lean In’s mission to connect and support women by creating a community that fosters their ideas, and encourages them to reach their full potential.”

Diane Tomb, President & CEO

Programs

National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National At-Home Dad Network

“As a nonprofit that represents thousands of fathers across America who are the primary caregiver for their children, we #LeanIn every day. We know that equality for men and women in the workplace and the home benefits everyone -- women, men, children, and families. We also know that as we struggle as men to gain acceptance as capable and competent caregivers, that struggle is part of the same fight for equality for women in the workplace and outside of the home. Count us in!”

Chris Routly, President, Board of Directors

Programs

National At-Home Dad Network supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Black MBA Association, Inc.

“As leaders, we must fight to stay relevant in the ever-changing global business climate, showing the initiative to master the right skills, and to always produce measurable outcomes.”

Jesse Tyson, President & CEO

Programs

National Black MBA Association, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT)

“In a world dependent on innovation, women bring more problem-solvers to the table; in a globally competitive market, women correlate with better performance and returns; and at a time when technology drives economic growth, women create a larger, more representative workforce. NCWIT works to increase women's participation in technology because it's imperative that we capitalize on these benefits of diverse perspectives.”

Lucy Sanders, CEO

Programs

National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Council of Women of the United States at the United Nationa

“In the past we have focused on international women's causes (obstetrics fistula, books to Malawi, educating girls in Nigeria) and as the National Council of Women of the United States we need to do more across the states and Lean In circles are a perfect way to connect our members across America.”

Saideh Browne, President-Elect (currently Dir. Of Development)

Programs

National Council of Women of the United States at the United Nationa supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Foundation for Women Legislators

““When you think about it, it took 72 years of struggle to get the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. This year, we've already had two women running for president, so we are making major strides. But we just can’t stop.””

Jody Thomas , Executive Director

Programs

National Foundation for Women Legislators supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)

“The NGLCC is leaning in because we recognize lesbian, bisexual, and transgender women face unique challenges in business and in life. We are dedicated to connecting women business owners and leaders with opportunities to eliminate the gender gap.”

Justin Nelson & Chance Mitchell, Co-Founders

Programs

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

National Urban League

“As economic first responders to the nation's financial crisis, the Urban League Movement knows first-hand that encouraging women through education and community support is the key to economic stability and a better world.”

Marc H. Morial, President & CEO

Programs

National Urban League supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

NCLR National Council of La Raza

“As an organization dedicated to opening the doors to opportunity for all, including millions of Latinas, NCLR realizes that there is a great need for these women to have support to fuel their ambition and give hope to their dreams. Lean In is an important step forward.”

Janet Murguia, CEO

Programs

NCLR National Council of La Raza supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

New York University Alumni Association

“The NYU Alumni Association is committed to leaning in and supporting the alumnae in our network of more than 420,000 members living and working across the globe. Our purpose is to build and sustain a lifelong relationship between the University and its alumni through philanthropic, social, cultural, career-related, and community service events and activities.”

Brian Perillo, Associate Vice President

Programs

New York University Alumni Association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

NewsMD Communications

“NewsMD is proud to partner with Lean In because we are committed to the support and advancement of healthy female role models in Media.”

Maria Dorfner, CEO

Programs

NewsMD Communications supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

NGO "League of Professional Women"

“We, at the League of Professional Women (LPW), interested in cooperation with international initiative (Lean In) that has the close goal and values. LPW is a Ukrainian non-governmental, non-profit organization promotes the active role of women in the economic and society's life of Ukraine, through networking, informational& cultural support, learning and professional development. The LPW values are gender equality, life-long learning and social responsibility. ”

Olena Lazorenko, President

Programs

NGO "League of Professional Women" supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Northern California Adaptive Living Center, Inc

“"We inspire the will to lead in anyone willing to learn - to grow."”

Linda Clark-Borre, CEO

Programs

Northern California Adaptive Living Center, Inc supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Nutriri*

“Partnering with LEAN IN is key to helping us change the diet industry 'for good' - we are a UK lottery funded project raising awareness around negative diet cycles and promoting positive body acceptance. LEAN IN gives Nutriri* the ability to make authentic connections as mentors and mentees; recognising that to be both, brings growth.”

Helen James, Founder

Programs

Nutriri* supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Outreach Uganda

“We are leaning in because we are working with women and girls in Uganda and see first hand how important it is for them to develop self-confidence in their abilities, and learn how to communicate well in order to realize their full potential and lead more fulfilling lives.”

Carol Davis, President

Programs

Outreach Uganda supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Passion Purses

“Healing The Nation One Woman At A Time”

Ayanna Banks, Founder/President

Programs

Passion Purses supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Path Inc.

“We are leaning in because we believe deeply in the importance of friends and family and in the value of personal relationships. Until more women are leading corporations and holding government office, many people — both men and women — will feel the need to choose between an interesting career and a fulfilling family life. We believe you can have both.”

Kimberly Jabal, CFO

Programs

Path Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Peer Power Australia

“Peer Power sees the potential in adolescents, female and male equal but different. We seek to empower both teachers and transform students to live their life to the fullest. Complimenting and seeking the best in each other.”

Michael Knight, Adolescentologist

Programs

Peer Power Australia supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Peer Solutions

“We are all Peers, We are all the solution. Invest in youth, elevate communities.”

jennifer rauhouse, ED/Founder

Programs

Peer Solutions supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

People Helping People

“At People Helping People, we are leaning in by dedicating ourselves to reducing the number of children living in poverty by teaching low-income women, primarily single mothers, how to earn an adequate income through stable employment that pays a living wage. We believe that when moms do better, children do better. When children do better, communities do better, and when communities do better, we ALL do better.”

Kayleen Simmons, Founder

Programs

People Helping People supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

PINC Internship

“PINC: Professional Internships for Networking & Connections is a female-focused educational and adventurous opportunity that offers internship and immersion programs in Madrid, Spain. We currently offer 3 programs throughout the year. PINC is for young women (18+) who want to live abroad, practice Spanish, network with professionals, build hard and soft skill sets and experience Madrid like a local. This unique program leaves students inspired, empowered and excited to show off their improved resume!”

Lisette Miranda, Founder & CEO

Programs

PINC Internship supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Professional Business Women of California (PBWC)

“The Professional Business Women of California is leaning in because pushing past the personal, economic and social boundaries is absolutely necessary to helping women achieve 50/50 representation at all levels and across all industries.”

Rene Kim, Board Chair

Programs

Professional Business Women of California (PBWC) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Project Consent

“I started Project Consent as a junior in high school because I wanted to make a difference in the world. I couldn't have done it without the help of women across the world who wanted to join in on the fight against sexual assault and rape culture. I was inspired by the ambition and goodwill of so many others that I wanted to return the favor. Partnering with LeanIn is the perfect first step to building a global community of support and change.”

Sara Li, Executive Director

Programs

Project Consent supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Project Glimmer

““We started giving when we learned the San Francisco Firefighters Toy Program had no gifts for teenage girls. Every beautiful gift of costume jewelry and premium make-up comes with great intention from our community. The girls are worth it."”

Sonja Hoel Perkins, Founder and Chairman of the Board

Programs

Project Glimmer supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

PROMOTE

“PROMOTE is dedicated to providing women in the U.S. Special Operations community with male and female mentors to ensure our military retains the talent inherent in our female leaders. Lean In has brought global attention to the challenges women face as leaders. Lean In's educational content and training materials will ensure our participants have the latest research-based information to create true diversity. ”

Lyla Kohistany, President

Programs

PROMOTE supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Pubslush

“Pubslush was founded by a dynamic mother-daughter team, Hellen and Amanda L. Barbara. These two passionate and driven women decided to “lean in” and solve the problems they saw in the publishing industry. Now, Pubslush is changing the publishing landscape and helping aspiring authors make their dreams come true.”

Amanda Barbara, Vice President

Programs

Pubslush supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

PVD Lady Project

“The PVD Lady Project connects, inspires and showcases awesome women doing amazing things in Providence. We host monthly events where women can connect, get inspired and learn about what other awesome women are doing. Events benefit a female-centered charity.”

Sierra Barter, Co-Founder

Programs

PVD Lady Project supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Queenhype

“We don’t reconstruct ourselves to be beautiful; we reconstruct the meaning of the term itself.”

LaToya Fernandez, Founder-CEO

Programs

Queenhype supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Quilliam

“Fempower is all about encouraging young girls in vulnerable and isolated communities to couple with female mentors. Our work looks at empowerment and liberation and we are proud to be part of the Lean In community. ”

Nikita Malik, Head of Fempower

Programs

Quilliam supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

R K Pet Charity

Jayashree Thakur, Director

Programs

R K Pet Charity supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Racialicious

“Racialicious is leaning in because we believe in the power of women, particularly women of color, to lead the new global economy.”

Latoya Peterson, Owner & Editor

Programs

Racialicious supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Red Dust Role Models

“"if we can affect the health of young women in remote Indigenous communities, we can affect the health of the entire population of that community"”

Darren Smith, CEO

Programs

Red Dust Role Models supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Resources and Outreach for Liberia

“"We believe in the importance of empowering girls and women, beginning with literacy and being safe. This is why we started Project READ (Restoration Education Arts Development), a female-run library cafe and girls' drop-in center we are working towards opening in Liberia, and through Project GirlSpire, a female-led social change movement informs, empowers and tells the stories of girls and women globally."”

Sang Kromah, Executive Director

Programs

Resources and Outreach for Liberia supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Resourceslinked

“Women wear so many hats and are often faced with many challenges to balance everyday life. I believe creating programs to support women is one of the most empowering things that we can do because when wearing so many hats we often lose sight of who we are and our passions ”

Sybil Richardson, CEO

Programs

Resourceslinked supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Revitalize and Rise

“Never be afraid to try. The world’s needs believers, innovators and doers, someone they can look up to, someone who can inspire them to try, even when they are unsure.”

Hira Ali, Chief Executive Officer

Programs

Revitalize and Rise supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Rilum Foundation for sustainable Development

“Gone are the days when women end up only in the four corner of their house. its high time for us to break the socio- cultural barrier in given our fairer sex their long due right. ”

Banteilut L Nongbri, Chairman

Programs

Rilum Foundation for sustainable Development supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Ripe Time

“Ripe Time develops and presents new ensemble-based performance works infused with rich language, visual power and physical rigor. Our collaboratively created dance theatre jumps off from novels, stories, classic plays and films, telling diverse stories of women's lives and Illuminating how power, individual will and ambition impact the female experience.”

Rachel Dickstein, Artistic Director

Programs

Ripe Time supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Robotics Education & Competition Foundation

Programs

Robotics Education & Competition Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

S.A.R.A.H. (Spiritual And Religious Alliance for Hope

“As women of faith/spirit, we are gifted with the responsibility to protect, preserve, educate, nurture and heal our families and communities for the next 7 generations. We show up by conforming to our highest and deepest value systems. When women gather, miracles manifest.”

Sande Hart, President

Programs

S.A.R.A.H. (Spiritual And Religious Alliance for Hope supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce

Programs

San Francisco Chamber of Commerce supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

SEE ICT

“Women and their empowerment is very important in any area of world well-being. For us, it is significant from the start especially since we operate in tech industry, where women are underrepresented. Partnering with Lean In we are promoting equality and supporting women in Serbia to reach their full potentials and be proud of them.”

Zoja Kukic, partner

Programs

SEE ICT supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

SHB SOCIAL FOUNDATION

Janaki Visvanath , Director

Programs

SHB SOCIAL FOUNDATION supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

She's the First

“As leaders of She's the First, we're motivated to lean in on a daily basis, because if we don't speak up for the millions of girls around the world who are not able to attend school and graduate, who will? You have to lean in if you're going to break barriers and be a 'first'.”

Tammy Tibbetts, Founder & President

Programs

She's the First supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Shepherd's Door Domestic Violence Resource Center

“"Knowledge is Power, Education is the Key".”

Linda Offray, CEO

Programs

Shepherd's Door Domestic Violence Resource Center supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

SheSays

“SheSays educates, rehabilitates and empowers women to take direct action against sexual abuse in India. Sexual violence is not a 'women's only' problem, it is a public heath issue. We need to empower women with their rights, provide them safe access to redressal agencies and actively work towards achieving equality. ”

Trisha Shetty, Founder & CEO

Programs

SheSays supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

SHEVA

““SHEVA teaches women and girls how to use and take advantage of existing, and life changing, tools found on mobile technology. By training them how to access information easily, use information sources efficiently, and connect with the world; all while promoting entrepreneurship, the digitalization of the labor force, and their full development so that they can gain independence and reach their full potential.” Marisabel Ruiz- SHEVA Founder & CEO ”

Marisabel Ruiz, CEO & Founder

Programs

SHEVA supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

ShowMe50.org

“In speaking up about gender bias at work I face a battle every day between fear and courage. To deliver on the promise of true equal opportunity for women at work, we must choose courage. We must speak up, educate, inspire. ”

Elba Pareja-Gallagher, Founder & President

Programs

ShowMe50.org supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Silicon Valley Jiaren Association

“Lean In is a choice, which is the different between do or not to do. I like the idea of trying it out, at least you won't regret in the future. ”

Jaden Zhao, Founder

Programs

Silicon Valley Jiaren Association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Sisterhood Agenda

““Girls supporting each other and women helping women… SISTERHOOD must be the foundation of any feminist agenda and women’s empowerment movement.””

Angela D. Coleman, President

Programs

Sisterhood Agenda supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

social welfare for the less privileged initiative

“~ SWI is of the opinion that we are living in an environment where basic governmental social responsibility for the welfare of the people is neglected ~”

Jonathan John Akhamie, Founder

Programs

social welfare for the less privileged initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Society of Women Engineers

“If we become men in high heels, we'll lose the value of diversity.”

Betty Shanahan, CEO & Executive Director

Programs

Society of Women Engineers supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Solidarity & Advocacy in Crisis (SAVIC)

“We thrive to empower young refugees to build prosperous futures free from economic disadvantages and reproductive health barriers. - Muzabel Welongo (founder)”

Muzabel Welongo, Executive Director (Founder)

Programs

Solidarity & Advocacy in Crisis (SAVIC) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Spa Swag for Warriors

“We are dedicated to improving female soldiers' morale and well-being by sending them high quality bath and body products. We are leaning in to this because deployed lady warriors put up with a lot every day, and they deserve the best.”

Lacey Chong, Founder

Programs

Spa Swag for Warriors supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Springtide Resources Inc.

“Anything is possible when we center gender equity in our lives, work and worlds. ”

Nadine Sookermany, Executive Director

Programs

Springtide Resources Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Startup America Partnership LLC

“The Startup America Partnership is leaning in because a strong startup economy needs female participation at all levels. We're proud that our team has amazing women throughout and importantly, that our Startup Members boast a higher participation of women than the national average.”

Kathleen D. Warner, Chief Operating Officer

Programs

Startup America Partnership LLC supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

STEM Center USA

“STEM Center USA was founded by the Jawa sisters. After years of supporting each other as students of STEM, then teachers and mentors of STEM programs, the Jawa sisters decided to share their excitement and enthusiasm with students. Their goal is to inspire the next generation of STEM leaders around the world with the exciting educational experiences uniquely created at our STEM centers.”

Melissa Jawaharlal, CEO

Programs

STEM Center USA supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Students For Liberty

Programs

Students For Liberty supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Survivors In Action

“Survivors In Action is a national watchdog advocacy group urging tougher regulations within the domestic violence service community. We are dedicated to empowering women and improving response efforts for victims as they navigate through the process of finding assistance. Our goal is to ensure that no victim is left behind.”

Alexis Moore, President

Programs

Survivors In Action supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Swords to Plowshares

“Swords to Plowshares is Leaning In for Women Veterans: this is our vision for leveraging the resources and knowledge of Lean In to create a better world for our women veterans. They are a growing population and their needs are very different than those of their male counterparts. Women veterans are trail blazers. They are amazing people who have done amazing things in the field. They need our help in their return home.”

Michael Blecker, Executive Director

Programs

Swords to Plowshares supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Take the Lead

“Take the Lead prepares, develops, inspires and propels women to take their fair and equal share of leadership positions across all sectors of life by 2025. It is today’s women’s movement — a unique catalyst for women to embrace power and leadership parity. It's good business, it's the right thing to do, and it's time!”

Gloria Feldt, CEO

Programs

Take the Lead supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Teach For America

“As a Latina, co-CEO of Teach For America, and very proud mom of four, I lean in to fight for the day when all kids have access to an excellent education. We’re honored to be part of this initiative to empower more women to lean in to their ambition.”

Elisa Villanueva Beard, CEO

Programs

Teach For America supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Techbridge

“Despite the growing opportunities in STEM fields, many girls do not lean into these type of careers. Techbridge empowers girls to realize their dreams in science, technology, and engineering. Through hands-on learning and role models, a girl builds confidence, learns problem-solving, and ultimately recognizes her power to change the world.”

Linda Kekelis, Executive Director

Programs

Techbridge supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Techchix-Tanzania

“The society needs more of strong yet gentle, educated yet humble, tough yet kind, committed yet understanding, petite yet firm women.As a woman your greatest achivement should be daring to climb hights yet reached,giving a hand to someone who just needs a gentle shove,being the light that leads others to self discovery of all the potentials of who they could be.Tell that little girl she can be anything she wants to be as soon as she chooses to see herself in a different view,change her perspective,the world belongs to those who dare to dream,so dream on!!”

Rebecca Ryakitimbo, Director

Programs

Techchix-Tanzania supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

TechGirlz

“TechGirlz.org is helping middle school girls embrace the power of technology through extracurricular hands on workshops taught by IT professionals. We are creating girls who are confident in their ability to use technology to further their careers.”

Tracey Welson-Rossman, Founder

Programs

TechGirlz supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Terram Pacis

“Gender is a key element of identity; both young men and women should be equally empowered and engaged in all spheres of life. We aim to increase their knowledge about gender issues, and deepen their appreciation for diversity.”

Joseph Hategekimana, Founder & CEO

Programs

Terram Pacis supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The 3% Conference

“The 3% Conference is leaning in because our industry – advertising – has a severe shortage of female leadership. We believe more women in advertising will help brands better connect with an overwhelmingly female marketplace and will contribute to a healthier media diet for kids, who consume 3,000 ads daily.”

Kat Gordon, Founder

Programs

The 3% Conference supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The BradField Company - Inanimate Alice

“Inanimate Alice leans in as a champion of ICT education and "empowering girls." With stimulating, relevant 21st century story context, Alice discusses issues of social responsibility and global citizenship. Literacy for the born-digital generation.”

Ian Harper, Producer

Programs

The BradField Company - Inanimate Alice supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Bravo Foundation

“The Bravo Foundation's goal is to assist underprivileged women in Detroit with becoming tomorrow's leaders. Lean In can effectively assist us in this effort. ”

Jami Polk, Executive Director

Programs

The Bravo Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Bully Suicide Project

“Partnering with Lean In is a match made in Heaven for the Bully Suicide Project! Women are our business! We have recently shifted our focus to and advocacy for Women Veterans/Homeless Women Veterans, so it is important for us to align ourselves with like-minded individuals who honestly understand our mission. It's also important for me as a Woman Marine Corps Veteran because helping women and my fellow female military veterans is my life's work and I want that passion reflected in my organization. We are forming a network of anti-bullying advocates to bring awareness of and assist in the transition and support of bullied, abused, suicidal and homeless Women Veterans back to civilian life and provide needed gender specific services and support in a safe, LEED Certified facility. This challenge represents a call to action for all women to inspire, educate, and spark action from all sectors of society -- citizens, communities, businesses, nonprofits, faith-based institutions, philanthropic organizations, and government -- to ensure female service members and Women Veterans receive the opportunities, resources, and support they have earned! Semper Fi!”

Audrey Oates Newsome, PhD., Founder/CEO, USMC Veteran

Programs

The Bully Suicide Project supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Fairy Godsister, Inc.

“Leaning in means increased opportunity for gender equity. As women, encouraging each other to lean in should be our daily motive. The Fairy Godsister, Inc. supports the collective agenda of gender equity, and partnering with Lean In will produce a greater push towards seeing it happen. ”

Daniella Asantewaa, CEO

Programs

The Fairy Godsister, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Family Center of Columbus

“"The Family Center is committed to helping women and their families be the best they can." We believe in a healthy work-life balance for all, especially for working mothers who are committed to their families' success and their own personal and professional growth." ”

Monique Turner-Lopez, CEO

Programs

The Family Center of Columbus supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Gender Park

“The Gender Park is an innovative initiative from the Government of Kerala with the aim of creating a unifying platform for its gender equality initiatives. The Park will bring together, state, academia and civil society in a common platform on the issue of gender.”

Dr. PT M Sunish, CEO

Programs

The Gender Park supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Global Genes Project

“Rare disease affects 1 in 10 Americans (35 million) and over 350 Million people worldwide. The problem: 7,000 different rare diseases, the most with NO support, NO Treatments and NO Cures. We are working to aggregate and unify this community, create a platform for shared learnings, giving patient advocates the tools they need to become empowered activists for their disease.”

Nicole Boice, Founder/President

Programs

The Global Genes Project supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The International Women's Writing Guild

“The mission of the International Women's Writing Guild is to foster the development of women's voices through writing. It is a 37-year old organization that sponsors writing workshops (including business writing) and builds community among women.”

Anna Murray, President

Programs

The International Women's Writing Guild supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Kauffman Foundation

“Our founder Ewing Kauffman saw building companies as one of the most effective ways to realize individual promise and spur the economy. At the Kauffman Foundation, we hope to encourage, educate and support women of all ages and backgrounds who want to start and grow their own firms.”

Lesa Mitchell, Vice President

Programs

The Kauffman Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Lady Project

“The Lady Project connects, inspires and showcases awesome women doing amazing things. We offer support to our city-specific chapters who host monthly events where women can connect, get inspired and learn about what other awesome women are doing.”

Sierra Barter, Co-Founder

Programs

The Lady Project supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Lawyer Reentry Program, American University

“Our program helps attorneys--women and men--learn to lean in again after a career break or transition. Many of our program participants left the workforce well before they actually left, and now seek to regain confidence and competence, and resume their careers. It is our privilege to support them through this process and reclaim their talent for the legal profession.”

Linda Mercurio, Executive Director

Programs

The Lawyer Reentry Program, American University supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The League of Adventurous Women

“We believe women can accomplish amazing things when they take on new challenges. The League of Adventurous Women is a network of adventure groups and active individuals dedicated to creating new friendships and helping all women expand their horizons by trying something new, interesting or challenging. The League encourages women to break from their routines, leave their comfort zones and pursue their dreams.”

Michaelle Scanlon, President

Programs

The League of Adventurous Women supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Li.st

“TheLi.st is a platform for elevating awesome women, so we are delighted to support Lean In and its goal of connecting women around the will to excel professionally. The network effects of women helping women are huge.”

Glynnis MacNicol, Co-Founder

Programs

The Li.st supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The National Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative

“"Our goal it that all women and men of reproductive age will achieve optimal health and wellness, fostering a healthy life course for them and any children they may have."”

Sarah Verbiest, Director

Programs

The National Preconception Health and Health Care Initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The New York Women's Chamber of Commerce

Quenia Abreu , President

Programs

The New York Women's Chamber of Commerce supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The NextWomen

“The NextWomen is on a mission to build The Female Business Brand for entrepreneurs, executives and investors. Our goal is to advise, inspire and connect a global and local community of ambitious entrepreneurial women specifically on their business needs—online and offline. It's all about killer advice and killer contacts!”

Simone Brummelhuis, Founder & CEO

Programs

The NextWomen supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The O.C.E.O. Foundation

“"Workforce diversity is an essential building component of our mission and core values. The O.C.E.O. Foundation is dedicated to obtaining and maintaining a socially informed, organizational culture which demonstrates the advancement of structural equality for gender and ethnic minority communities."”

Marisa Thomas, Board President

Programs

The O.C.E.O. Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The OMG Tea Party

“"In today's highly competitive society it is critical that women and girls feel confident, pursue success and support one another."”

Shakira M. Johnson, Founder

Programs

The OMG Tea Party supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Pangea Network

“Empowerment through education is at the core of what we do and allows women to have a special bond with one another and create positive change.”

Nicole Minor, Executive Director

Programs

The Pangea Network supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Red Elephant Foundation

“A world for women can be created by and of women. It's time we collaborate rather than compete and build a sustainable future!”

Kirthi Jayakumar, CEO

Programs

The Red Elephant Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Representation Project

“The systemic gender inequality in America is holding us all back from experiencing a more inclusive, prosperous and peaceful way of life. We must stop devaluing 'femininity' and – through initiatives like LeanIn.org - begin championing more empathic and consensus-building leaders of all genders.”

Jennifer Siebel Newsom , CEO & Founder

Programs

The Representation Project supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The South Atlantic Center for Veterans Education and Training, Inc.

Erroll Brown, Senior Vice President

Programs

The South Atlantic Center for Veterans Education and Training, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Vancouver Board of Trade

Programs

The Vancouver Board of Trade supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Way Women Work

“We believe the global economy will thrive only when women are equally engaged in driving its prosperity”

Rania Anderson, Founder & President

Programs

The Way Women Work supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

The Widow's Foundation

Miriam Ryan, Chair

Programs

The Widow's Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Think Broader Foundation

“Think Broader's mission is to promote the accurate and dignified representation of gender in the media. At Think Broader, we believe that media are one of the most influential mechanisms to consciously and unconsciously shape society. We believe that with such influence comes great responsibility. Our aim is to illuminate social bias in today’s media, and use the power of data-driven solutions to empower social change from the top-down and the bottom-up.”

Paula Broadwell, Director; Co-Founder

Programs

Think Broader Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Together Hand in Hand

“Smile Often, Laugh Lots, Love Much”

Deanna Culver, Founder/Organizer

Programs

Together Hand in Hand supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Transcendental Meditation for Women

“We Lean In and promote the evidence-based Transcendental Meditation program to women, to enable them to fully develop their mental, emotional, and physical health, thereby creating healthy, happy families, and communities. The benefits of TM have been documented in over 380 peer-reviewed studies. ”

Vanessa Vidal, National Director

Programs

Transcendental Meditation for Women supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Turkish Philanthropy Funds

“Turkish Philanthropy Funds has been addressing the issue of women empowerment in Turkey since its inception in 2007. In the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) 2012 Gender Gap Report, Turkey ranks 122 out of 135 in male-female disparity.Turkish Philanthropy Funds has been doing a lot to close that gap—and making sure that all Turkish women have the opportunity to realize their potential.”

Senay Ataselim Yilmaz, COO

Programs

Turkish Philanthropy Funds supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Turkish Women's Initiative

“We are thrilled to be partnering with LeanIn, sharing and building on their expertise to empower young women in Turkey.”

Sema Basol, Co-Founder

Programs

Turkish Women's Initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UC Davis GSM Women in Leadership

“UC Davis Graduate School of Management is leaning in to lead by example. The GSM continues to have the highest percentage of full-time women faculty, 42%, among the top 100 B-schools in the world. GSM Women in Leadership is committed to creating leadership opportunities for women through mentorship and networking.”

Yoyo Wu, President

Programs

UC Davis GSM Women in Leadership supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UCLU Leading Women Society

“We are a student society at UCL. Our society aims to inspire members of all gender identities to strive for the careers they deserve, and to educate conventional leaders about the benefits and necessity of creating more diverse and balanced work environments. ”

Daisy Clague, Society President

Programs

UCLU Leading Women Society supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UJA-Federation of New York

Programs

UJA-Federation of New York supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Nations Institute for Training and Research - UNITAR

Programs

United Nations Institute for Training and Research - UNITAR supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC)

“The USHCC is committed to working with the business community to LeanIn. It is critical that more women join the top leadership ranks of the private and public sectors - strengthening our institutions and improving America's prospects for a prosperous future. LeanIn will provide invaluable tools, resources and support to empower women and we are proud to be part of this important effort.”

Javier Palomarez, President & CEO

Programs

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Way of Anderson County

“Community is what makes the difference. The community we live in, the community we work in, the community that supports us.”

naomi asher, executive director

Programs

United Way of Anderson County supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

United Women in Business Foundation

Shayla Steward, National President

Programs

United Women in Business Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

UniversalGiving

Pamela , Hawley

Programs

UniversalGiving supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WAGE Project, Inc.

“The WAGE Project, Inc. enables every woman in America to be paid what she is worth. Lean In helps working women advance; WAGE makes sure women's pay advances, too.”

Evelyn F. Murphy, President

Programs

WAGE Project, Inc. supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WAKE

“It's essential to get tech tools into the hands of women leading change globally.”

Heather Ramsey, Co-founder + COO

Programs

WAKE supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Walker's Legacy

““Women of color entrepreneurs are the fastest growing entrepreneurial segment in the nation, as such it is important that policy leaders hear from and understand their unique challenges. Our goal is to provide these women with valuable information on administration programs and policies and work together to continue to increase opportunities to contracts and capital to accelerate continued growth for this important entrepreneurial segment,” - Natalie M. Cofield, Founder of Walker’s Legacy.”

Natalie Cofield , Founder

Programs

Walker's Legacy supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Wharton MBA Women in Business

“Wharton Women in Business strives to expand career, mentoring and networking opportunities for women in the MBA program at Wharton. As a community, we are dedicated to supporting one another in achieving our goals while shaping what it means to be successful women in business.”

Marlin Bottex, Ashley Wells, Maribeth Crane, Co-Presidents

Programs

Wharton MBA Women in Business supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women 2.0

“Women 2.0 is a media company offering content, community and conferences for aspiring and current women innovators in technology. Our mission is to increase the number of female founders of technology startups with inspiration, information and education through our platform.”

Shaherose Charania, CEO & Co-Founder

Programs

Women 2.0 supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Connected By Purpose Nigeria

“Women Connected by Purpose (WCBP) is an international platform with a vision to connect women of all ages, marital status, physical statistics, temperaments together, across nations, enabling and energizing them to find purpose and make an impact in their world - our focus is women leadership development, financial empowerment, entrepreneurial skills and mentoring. Lean In concepts will help us leverage scale and solid foundation for what we have already started 4 years ago. Looking forward to partnering with you.”

Mofoluwaso Ilevbare, Founder

Programs

Women Connected By Purpose Nigeria supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Entrepreneur Resource & Educational Community

“"Success is not overnight. It's all about making connections, building relationships, being genuine and serving others." ”

Stephanie Franco, Founder

Programs

Women Entrepreneur Resource & Educational Community supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women Entrepreneurs DFW

“A Dallas-Fort Worth based non-profit and 501(c)(3) Entrepreneurship group for women. We work to enable positive thinking, encouragement, empowerment, and foster entrepreneurship in women. We seek to diversify learning from entrepreneurs of all backgrounds, walks of lives, and ethnicities. We aim to create effective women champions and achievers. We also would like to engage in discussion topics that are of interest to women in general affecting their personal lives, careers and business and finds ways for life balance.”

Sudha Reddy, Founder and President

Programs

Women Entrepreneurs DFW supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women For Action

“Women For Action elevates the work that women leaders do through an interview series. Our organization spotlights women's firsts, award winning subjects and other innovators, especially those that are under-recognized for their achievements. For the most part, this is the majority of our women changemakers and leaders.”

Julene Allen, Executive Director

Programs

Women For Action supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women For Women Comunidad de Mujeres Ejecutivas Ecuador

“Our purpose is to help promote more women into leadership positions to strengthen our organizations in Ecuador. We believe partnering with Lean In is very much aligned with our mission and will provide us with tools and ideas to accomplish our goal. ”

Maria Fernanda Corral, President

Programs

Women For Women Comunidad de Mujeres Ejecutivas Ecuador supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women for Women International

“At Women for Women International we believe that stronger women build stronger nations, and that with access to knowledge and resources, marginalized women can become leaders and agents of change, creating the foundation for peaceful and stable communities.”

Afshan Khan, President & CEO

Programs

Women for Women International supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Aviation International Capital Region Chapter

“Our mission is to increase the number of young women pursuing aviation careers.”

Maria Killian, President

Programs

Women in Aviation International Capital Region Chapter supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Media Mentoring Initiative

“WIMMI is leaning in because we support the advancement of women into leadership roles in media, marketing and entertainment. We have pioneered dual mentorship to empower women as they join our community and we advance diversity outreach as a priority for the health of society and business.”

Jack Myers, Founder

Programs

Women in Media Mentoring Initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Rotary Finland

“No woman should feel left out from the world of rotary.”

Maria Sipila, Founder of Women in Rotary Finland

Programs

Women in Rotary Finland supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Solar Energy (WISE)

“The Lean In movement embraces the kind of feminine energy we seek to embody in the solar power industry. We need diversity, inclusion and collaboration, across genders, to usher in a new wave of energy that is clean, renewable and powered by the sun. Thank you for opening up the dialogue for all of us. ”

Kristen Nicole, Founder & Executive Director

Programs

Women in Solar Energy (WISE) supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Technology in Nigeria

“WITIN has over 10,000 women and girls scattered all over Nigeria with no concise meeting agenda. Leanin.org is the perfect solution to link and coordinate our women in small groups. I wish we had this three years ago.”

Martha Alade, Founder

Programs

Women in Technology in Nigeria supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women in Toys

Mary Kay Russell, Executive Director

Programs

Women in Toys supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women INVESTING in Women DIGITAL

“Women INVESTING in Women + Girls will be the first Global Radio Show produced and broadcasted by teenage-girls talking about the the importance of economic empowerment for women and girls in transforming our Global Economy. All of our shows will be available free of charge on MP3 and Podcast, 24/7.”

Anu Bhardwaj, Founder & Executive Producer

Programs

Women INVESTING in Women DIGITAL supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Audio Mission

“Women's Audio Mission is a San Francisco based, non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in music production and the recording arts. In a field where women are chronically under-represented (less than 5%), WAM seeks to "change the face of sound" by providing hands-on training, experience, career counseling and job placement to over 600 women and girls a year in media technology for music, radio, film, television and the Internet.”

Terri Winston, Executive Director

Programs

Women's Audio Mission supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Business Incubator

““[Freelancing and working from home] are both a blessing and curse [with people realizing] 'Oh my gosh! I have to do everything,'” says Eva Monsen, board president of the Women’s Business Incubator (WBI), a local nonprofit dedicated to helping women in business and particularly working mothers who are entrepreneurs, business owners and freelancers. Monsen herself is a working mom; she’s the owner of a small data engineering consultancy and parent to a 4- and 7-year-old.”

Eva Monsen, Data Engineering Consultant

Programs

Women's Business Incubator supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Council of Washtenaw County

“This is a professional organization that supports women in business in Washtenaw County and beyond and with the guidance, support, and knowledge from Lean In with hope to do just that. ”

Lindsay Dougherty, Executive of Sponsorship/Fundraiser

Programs

Women's Council of Washtenaw County supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Debate Institute

“When women speak their minds, they can change the world. The Women's Debate Institute provides a safe space for young women to learn skills for success in high school, college and beyond. We are the leading national organization pushing back against the substantial discrimination that women face in competitive debating.”

Leah Castella, Board Chair

Programs

Women's Debate Institute supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Global Leadership Initiative

Diana Ruiz, CEO

Programs

Women's Global Leadership Initiative supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Leadership Initiative of Yale

“The Women's Leadership Initiative is leaning in to create a community that encourages women in all their endeavors. Through our mentorship programs, career and skill development events, and annual conference, we empower females to be leaders at Yale and beyond.”

Lucia Huang, President of Women's Leadership Initiative

Programs

Women's Leadership Initiative of Yale supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's National Book Association

“The Women’s National Book Association is an organization primarily of women who work with and value books. WNBA promotes reading and supports the role of women in the community of the book. In particular, it provides opportunities on the local and national level for women to take on leadership roles.”

Carin Siegfried, President

Programs

Women's National Book Association supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Sports Foundation

“Women’s Sports Foundation is leaning in because the lessons learned on the playing field – discipline, teamwork, winning and losing and the building of confidence – are key to future success. We want all girls to have access to sport and these leadership skills.”

Kathryn Olson, CEO

Programs

Women's Sports Foundation supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Studio Workshop

Ann Kalmbach, Executive Director

Programs

Women's Studio Workshop supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

Women's Toolbox

“The Women’s Toolbox is leaning in by connecting a global network of women in business. Learning from the accomplishments of powerful women before us, we work together to take our skills, products and services to the global marketplace and pay it forward to future generations by supporting initiatives committed to helping all women in business thrive.”

Janet Powers, CEO

Programs

Women's Toolbox supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees

WomenLaunch

“WomenLaunch began as an inspiration to establish an organization with the mission of empowering women entrepreneurs to create and successfully build scalable businesses with mentoring, coaching, resources, encouragement, supporters and cheerleaders, and money. Surrounding each other with all that’s needed to be empowered and successful appeals to us more than the culture of having the business success supercede the success of the individuals and the team.”

Kathryn Gorges, Founder

Programs

WomenLaunch supports women through the following Lean In programming:

  • Running Lean In Circles
  • Using Lean In education materials
  • Supporting public awareness campaigns (e.g., #LeanInTogether)
  • Hosting Lean In events for employees