Connect. Inspire. Empower
GWLN is open to all women and encourages the critical support, engagement, and participation of men. We offer local, national, and international opportunities to connect, inspire, and empower.
The Global Women's Networking breakfast takes place during CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference in Washington, DC, USA, and is an excellent opportunity to connect with C-suite contacts within the US credit union system and engage with legislators and policymakers working to advance women. Invite-only to members and sponsors. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to learn more.
GWLN Breakfast at GAC
Sister Societies are local Global Women chapters established around the world to further the Network’s global mission by making a local impact. The purpose is to convene credit union women, discuss credit union issues, exchange ideas, network with neighboring credit union leaders, and share lessons learned with GWLN members worldwide. There are over 110 chapters in 27 countries and anyone connected to a credit union is welcome to attend.
Sister Society “Chapter” Meetings
GWLN Forum at WCUC
Right before the World Credit Union Conference opens, get a step ahead of the education and networking at the annual GWLN Forum. An all-day workshop focused on advancing professional development skills, growing business relationships, networking with credit union women and expanding leadership knowledge. The Forum registration is complimentary to all GWLN members. If you are not a GWLN member, you can join as a member by clicking here.
Network members and sponsors have the unique opportunity to celebrate the momentum of Global Women initiatives during the annual World Credit Union Conference. This invite-only event includes guest speakers, program impact updates and Global Women Athena Award winner announcement.
Global Women's Networking Reception
Many credit unions have succession planning or targeted leadership strategies for senior-executive management. Few focus on developing mid-tier ranks where people often need information and the most support. The Executive Readiness Summit will promote the advancement of women by focusing on the US industry’s “pipeline” problem where women start working in lower-level roles that do not lead directly to the executive suite. This unique platform dedicated to credit union women only will focus on critical competencies, networking, and expanding knowledge.
Executive Readiness Summit
Be a Global Change Agent. Field engagements are the perfect way to immerse yourself in the global credit union community while creating new peer networks and bringing impact stories back to share to your community to teach, understand and learn about the challenges facing your global peers in the movement.
Travel with a group of your peers to one of our project countries to get a deep dive into all levels of our projects to understand from idea to execution, how World Council partners with advocacy, vendor and credit union agencies on the ground to create a strong, sustainable financial empowerment strategy that will change lives and last for generations. See how you can join us and Do Good. Do Global Good.