Today in The Washington Post. Review of my solo exhibition "Witnesses" at House of Sweden in Washington DC written by Mark Jenkins. On display until March 11, 2018.
I am reaching out to share a unique opportunity for women in the DC area. Vital Voices Global Partnership will be hosting the annual Global Mentoring Walk in Washington, D.C. on March 10th at the House of Sweden at 8:30 – 11:00am. As members of DC’s professional network of women, we believe that this is a perfect opportunity for you and members of your community to empower women leaders at all levels.
The Global Mentoring Walks convene established and emerging women leaders to walk together in their communities around the world every year. As they walk, each established leader guides, advises and supports an emerging leader as they discuss personal and professional challenges and triumphs. Held on the same day in countries around the world in celebration of International Women’s Day, the Global Mentoring Walks are a movement for women’s empowerment through paying it forward and knowledge sharing. Hosted this year at the House of Sweden, featured speakers will include the Swedish Ambassador, Ambassador Karin Olofsdotter and esteemed artist, Anna U Davis.
We are still accepting participants to serve as both mentees and mentors! Mentors are women leaders who are established in their industry and looking to give back and help the next generation of women leaders reach their full potential. Mentees are emerging women leaders who are in the early stages of her career, ideally between the ages of 15 and 25. Those who are interested can sign up here: https://www.vitalvoices.org/dc-registration/
We would greatly appreciate it if you would share this opportunity with the women in your community. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com.
Anna U. Davis, Sad Girl, 2017, mixed media on cut‐out birch plywood, 43 x 43 1⁄2 inches. Courtesy of Galerie Myrtis