The Women’s Leadership Fellows program is a selective cohort of women currently enrolled at the Trachtenberg School who meet monthly to build leadership and community through skills-based workshops, a mentoring program, and networking events. Monthly sessions are led by vetted trainers who volunteer their time and expertise to focus on negotiation, conflict resolution, verbal and nonverbal communication, and management skills. Women’s Leadership Fellows also have the opportunity to network with current and past fellows, George Washington University alumni, and other professionals.
The women are chosen by the Co-Chairs after a competitive application process. Student co-chairs coordinate the planning and logistics of the program in partnership with the Trachtenberg School Administration.
The Trachtenberg School’s Women’s Leadership Fellows Program prepares high-potential women to be successful public service leaders through professional development, mentorship, and networking.
Do you identify as a woman in the MPA, MPP, or Environmental Resource Policy program? Would you like to be part of a selective nine-month leadership program? Applications are accepted at the beginning of each fall semester for the Trachtenberg School’s Women’s Leadership Fellows Program.
Applications for the 2021 - 2022 academic year will be open from August 19-September 3, 2021!
Please direct questions about the WLF program to [email protected].
Current Cohort Co-Chairs
Current Fellows (2021-2022 Fellows will be chosen in early September)