Women in Leadership Luncheon | Langston University

Women in Leadership Luncheon

Women in Leadership Luncheon

2021 Women in Leadership Luncheon 

This will be the first virtual Women in Leadership Luncheon hosted by Langston University. The event will be live-streamed on Facebook and YouTube on May 4, 2021, at 10:30 AM. Leaders will be recognized for their remarkable achievements in their various professions. In addition to recognizing outstanding women leaders, the event also serves to obtain financial resources and support for the University’s Young Women’s Empowerment Institute (YWEI). The luncheon will offer local leaders the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the YWEI mentoring program and a chance to hear how lives have been changed through participation. 

To attend the virtual event, please RSVP via email by contacting Mrs. Jillian Bray at jillibw@langston.edu.

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About the Young Women’s Empowerment Institute

YWEI is a mentorship program for freshmen female students attending Langston University. It is designed to prepare them for the next stages of life and career through empowerment, support, and connections. YWEI is dedicated to the advancement of young women in the workplace and committed to leadership, communication, and skill development. Initially derived from a partnership between Langston University and the Central Area of The Links, Incorporated, the program was an effort to create a mentoring program that addresses the need to empower young college women to successfully manage the collegiate landscape and graduate ready to engage the global community.

It is a one-year program that provides transformative opportunities to young women between 17-21 years of age, who are first-time, full-time entering freshmen. The program helps improve their self-esteem and equip them with a life plan. The program is a series of seminars for the participants focused on professional development, social etiquette, health. and wellness. Additionally, mentors are brought in to educate and guide these young women. The follow-up and monitoring of the progress of the participant’s life plan continue through graduation and two years post-graduation. The program is a result of her efforts along with Alice Strong Simmons’, Central Area Director of The Links, Incorporated, vision partnering with Central Area Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to work with young women attending these institutions, beginning with Langston University.

Get involved!

If you would like to make a donation or for more information, please contact Institutional Advancement and External Affairs  at (405) 530-7500. 

 

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