SEPTEMBER 25-27, 2016, IN LANSING, MICH.
A once-in-a-lifetime chance to ignite your passion for the common good and to learn new skills that can help create balance in leadership worldwide. Women's strengths and contributions as leaders need to be publicly acknowledged, celebrated and perpetuated. Not just locally, but globally.
This breakout is designed to teach you how to recognize that moment, analyze what's stopping you and give you fortitude to take that leap of faith coolly and confidently.
The pediatrician who first identified lead poisoning in Flint, Michigan. Learn how her dedication to the health of Flint's children led to her being the 2016 National ATHENA Leadership Award Recipient.
"I believe with all my soul that the art of compassionate witnessing is at the core of global change and peace building."
Martha Mertz founded ATHENA International on the principle that women's strengths and contribution as leaders needed to be publicly acknowledged, celebrated and perpetuated.