The June 2020 Newsletter for the Utah Women & Leadership Project highlights new resources released, editorials, and announcements about women's groups and partnerships.
May 2020 Newsletter
I hope you are all staying healthy. The Utah Women & Leadership Project (UWLP) team is pleased to announce the following reports, events, and resources for May:
First, we are releasing a new research and policy brief titled "The Status of Women and Entrepreneurship in Utah: A 2020 Update" (the initial brief was released in 2016). Thanks to Dr. April Townsend and Ann Marie Wallace for their work and co-authorship, as well as the following generous supporters: Jacquelyn and Gregory Zehner Foundation, Utah Valley Business Resource Center, and Woodbury School of Business at UVU. All of the UWLP research on a variety of topics can be found here.
Second, we have a few resources to highlights this month:
- New Report: What Leaders in the Interfaith Community Can Do to Strengthen the Impact of Utah Girls and Women
- New Infographic: Women & Finances: What Utahns Need to Know
- Videos: Step 1: Shift Your Mindset, Step 2: Explore the Options, Step 3: Take a Step, Step 4: Embrace the Possibilities, Step 5: Build Your Community, Step 6: Ask for What You Need
Third, find details on these two upcoming online events from our collaborators:
- May 7: Resources for Women-Owned Businesses to Overcome COVID-19 Economic Challenges (World Trade Center Utah, Webinar, 10:00 AM)
- May 14: Sex, Gender and Women's Health Across the Lifespan (University of Utah Health, Virtual Symposium, 1:00 - 5:00 PM)
Finally, check out the following editorials, articles, and podcasts from April:
- Guest Editorial: Each of Us Has a Chance to Be the Helper (The Salt Lake Tribune)
- Guest Opinion: Working From Home is a Disruption Worth Embracing (Deseret News)
- How Can We Facilitate Growth During Turbulent Times? Create Forgiving Cultures (Forbes)
- Strengthen Your Growth Mindset: Using this Uncertain Time for Learning (LinkedIn)
- Women Should Know How to Manage Their Own Finances: Report Says (The Salt Lake Tribune)
- Helping Women to See Themselves as Leaders (Leading Saints Podcast)
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Stay safe and healthy this month!
Prof./Dr. Susan R. Madsen
Orin R. Woodbury Professor of Leadership & Ethics
Founding Director, Utah Women & Leadership Project
Woodbury School of Business, Utah Valley University
Orem, Utah, USA | (801) 863-6176
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