Public Events

On September 20, 2018, Pew Research Center published a report that examines Americans’ views on the state of female leadership in the country today and the obstacles women face. With a record number of women running for office in the 2018 midterms, these findings become increasingly important as they help us understand the current political landscape.

Organized and presented by the Institute for Federal Leadership, the Inaugural Power of Women Institute is a two-day training for all Federally employed women that brings together thought-leaders, researchers and industry experts from across the nation

This panel highlights the women who are at the forefront of driving positive change in global climate policy as part of the Global Climate Action Summit. 

The Women in Public Service Project was pleased to welcome Clare Hutchinson for a conversation on the Women, Peace and Security priorities for NATO and her vision for inclusive security at the organization.

The Women in Public Service Project welcomed Swedish Ambassador Karin Olofsdotter to the Wilson Center for a conversation on driving progress toward gender parity through diplomacy.

Discover new tools to achieve gender parity in public service leadership around the world in a groundbreaking new report from the Women in Public Service Project.