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To kick off its 2018 programming, the Women’s Leadership Institute at Manhattanville College will host a breakfast and panel discussion, "Women Blazing Trails," on March 16. More events will follow which celebrate women's achievements and progress made around the world.

Friday, March 16, 2018  8:00 - 10:00 a.m., $35 per person
Women Blazing Trails breakfast and panel discussion

Join us for breakfast with women leaders in our community to learn how they challenged the status quo and overcame bias, strengthened their leadership talents, and developed the confidence they needed to rise to new heights in today’s business environment. For more information and registration, visit:

Sarah Gretczko, SVP Organizational Development & Chief of Staff, Mastercard


Kristine Garberding, Executive Vice President & Chief HR Officer, Nestle Waters North America

Belinda Miles, President, Westchester Community College  (914INC.  2017 Women in Business)

Teri Flynn, Chief Content Officer & Executive Producer, Newsweek Films

Vanessa Wakeman, Principal, The Wakeman Agency (914INC. 2017 Women in Business)

March 8 – June 21, 2018

Women’s Leadership Certificate Program

The only program like it in the New York metro region, the Women’s Leadership Certificate Program is led by notable faculty and women business leaders who share real-life experiences to teach women essential leadership skills, maximize their role within their organizations, and reap the benefits of women in leadership roles. This program is attended by a cohort of women business professional with years of experience and includes post-program coaching and development.

Stay tuned for details on the WLI Summit in June.


Manhattanville College, Reid Castle

2900 Purchase St, Purchase NY 10577


For more information on the Women’s Leadership Institute events, click here.

The Women’s Leadership Institute at Manhattanville College

Facing challenges of managing careers and personal goals, women sometimes struggle with how to develop their own leadership styles and effectively embrace their power and status in the workplace. To reach the highest levels of leadership, it is essential for women to recognize, understand, and transform common business challenges and organizational strategic priorities into career development opportunities. Our goal is to provide women with the skills and resources needed to succeed in business as well as creating a place where they can collaborate, allowing them to develop their own unique presence in the executive suite. Our mission is to advance the personal and professional development of women by offering a comprehensive array of programs, mentoring and coaching, and training. For more information, please visit:

For more information, images, or interviews, please contact:

Heidi Raker, or 201-681-5878

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