NoCal Women's Forum on LinkedIn
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Northern California Women's Forum
The purpose of the Duke Women’s Forum in Northern California is to bring together a multigenerational cross section of Duke women to develop educational programming, new opportunities for leadership, networking, and mentorship, and closer personal ties to the university. We welcome all Duke alumnae – of all ages and from all of Duke’s undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools – to get involved. Learn more about Duke’s Women’s Forum program.
Delve Into DukeEngage - An Evening with Executive Director Eric Mlyn and DukeEngage Alums
Sponsored by Duke Women's Forum - Open to all
Thursday, May 14 |6-8 p.m.
Join us for an exciting panel discussion featuring young alumnae as they share their experiences with DukeEngage around the globe. DukeEngage - Duke's signature program is an immersive service experience for Duke undergrads focused on meeting a community need locally, domestically or internationally. Since the program began in 2007 over 2,800 Duke students have participated in more than 79 countries and 20 states in the US. Eric will also share details around the launch this summer of DukeEngage - SF and DukeEngage - Orange County.
October 7, 2015
The Duke Women's Forum invited leaders of several organizations to speak about empowering girls through education, leadership and advocacy. The panel featured leaders at Let Girls Lead, Techbridge and Girls Learn International. There was also a viewing of the award-winning short documentary, PODER, that discusses girls' empowerment in Guatemala. Alumnae were encouraged to share their experiences with other organizations that support girls empowerment.
May 15, 2014
Duke alumnae and friends were treated with a discussion from faculty member, Nimmi Ramanujan, and alumna, Lisa Krieger '77, P'11. Dr. Ramanujam, Director of Duke’s Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies, and award-winning science and medical journalist – and Duke alum - Lisa Krieger discussed if science and technology create better access to health care and increase the quality and length of women's lives.
Connecting with Other Duke Women in Northern California
Looking for other Duke women in the Bay area? Check out the Duke Alumni Directory.