How often are you the only woman in the room ?
Are you still experiencing glass ceilings?
Do you want to send the ladder down?
Are you seeking community of powerful and successful women?
Activate Your Individual Power.
Join a national network of successful & accomplished women taking their seats on corporate boards, funding female founders, and giving to causes creating high impact on gender equity.
How Women Lead is a national organization of top executive women focused on activating their individual and collective power to influence the change they want to see in the world through leadership, investment and philanthropy.
How Women Invest invites women, and particularly women of color, to play big and powerfully in venture, by working to reform legislation, train executive women and distribute investment opportunities to more high-potential, women-led companies.
How Women Give is a strategic giving circle that connects influential women executives with organizations solving critical problems impacting women and girls in marginalized communities.
Global Fellows, Advisors
Trained in Venture Investing
How Would You Leverage Your Power?
WHO WE ARE
"I founded How Women Lead to create the cultural change I want for you, me, our daughters, and all women leaders. My desire is to re-write the mean-girl narrative that a lot of us grew up with; I want to leave behind the mindset that women’s power is scarce or zero-sum. My own leadership is intensely positive and affirming, vastly ambitious, and collaborative."
- Julie Castro Abrams, Founder & CEO
"How Women Lead opened up possibilities for my own leadership and role by surrounding me with amazing supportive women who were full of yes."
"Completing the HWL board training resulted in getting a corporate board seat within a year."
"What I love about the network of women leaders in HWL is the authenticity with which we support each other.
"WLW gave me life-long tools, a network of sisters and a life-changing experience. I was able to turn my idea into reality, improving the lives of women in Morocco."