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Carla Goldstein to Speak on the Sacred Balance of Giving and Receiving

2 years 3 weeks ago

Carla Goldstein, JD, Omega chief external affairs officer and director of the Omega Women’s Leadership Center will be giving a keynote talk on November 3, 2012 at the Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s 12th Annual Women’s Symposium. This year’s theme is “It’s a Give and Take World” and Carla’s keynote, “Finding Flow: the Sacred Balance of Giving and Receiving,” will explore the importance of allowing oneself to receive, as well as to give.

Carla will be joined by an exciting lineup of speakers including Nicole Sheindlin, executive director of Her Honor Mentoring program and Dr. Michael Koch, MD and Lindsay Aarstad, RPA-C, who will discuss their recent experiences working at a clinic in Africa. The HVHC will also be honoring Chereese Jervis-Hill, President of Events to Remember, with their Community Woman of the Year Award.

The symposium is from 8:30am‑2:00pm. Yoga, chair massages, and meals are included. Registration is still open. For more information visit The Hudson Valley Hospital Center’s website.

Julie Daley: Women & Power—Wisdom Learned from Omega Institute's Conference

2 years 1 month ago

Julie Daley, teacher, coach, and creator of women's leadership blog Unabashedly Female, shares insights from the Omega Women's Leadership Center's Women & Power Conference in her latest blog post. She features quotes from many of the speakers and reflects on how the conference impacted her personally, including the observation that "Our power is not like that which has been wielded over others to dominate and control. Our true power, the power that flows through us when we are embodying the feminine principle, is the power to serve, and it is inclusive, holding, and connecting, and it weaves life together in a supportive bond." 

Read Julie Daley's full post "Women and Power—Wisdom Learned from Omega Institute's Conference".

What Young Women are Saying about Rachel Simmon's Workshop

2 years 2 months ago

Here's a blog post from Naomi Chick and Julia Hunter who recently participated in the Omega Women's Leadership Center's workshop for young women Say What You Mean, Be Who You Are with Rachel Simmons. There was a lot of enthusiasm and engagement among the young women who attended the weekend and a commitment to creating change not only in their own lives, but in the world.

Pat Mitchell Named One of the Most Powerful Women Over 50 by Huffington Post

2 years 4 months ago

Omega Women's Leadership Center Advisory Council member and Women & Power 2012 speaker, Pat Mitchell, has been named by the Huffington Post as one of the Most Powerful Women Over 50. She was recognized for showcasing female media innovators with the Paley Center series “She’s Making Media” and being an important connector of high-profile female activists. Her commitment to connection and collaboration not only make her a powerful woman but her forward-thinking spirit is helping to redefine power for women, the media, and us all.

Girls' Leadership Worldwide Visits Omega

2 years 4 months ago

Omega Women's Leadership Center (OWLC) and the Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL) received a visiting today from an amazing group of young women from Girls' Leadership Worldwide. Formerly the Girls' Leadership Workshop, this international leadership development program for high school girls brings together students from diverse cultures and backgrounds for nine days in order to engage in workshops and activities designed to fully awaken the leader within them, using the leadership model of Eleanor Roosevelt.

Learn more about Girls' Leadership Worldwide

Carla Goldstein at DLD Women in Munich, Germany

2 years 4 months ago

Carla Goldstein, director of the Omega Women's Leadership Center, is currently at DLD Women in Munich, Germany. This international conference serves as a platform for creating create a new societal image of women. Bringing together global thinkers, CEOs, futurists, entrepreneurs, investors, scientists, opinion formers, and creative talents to exchange experiences on all major leadership, health, and economic issues.

Watch the free livestreaming event from DLD Women on July 11-12, 2012 now.

Learn more about DLD Women

CNN's Christiane Amanpour Interviews Sister Joan Chittister

2 years 5 months ago

Sister Joan Chittister, a member of the Omega Women’s Leadership Advisory Council, is one of the most articulate social analysts and influential religious leaders of our time. For more than 30 years, she has advocated  for dialogue about the critical questions impacting the global community. Courageous, passionate, and charged with energy, she is a sought after international speaker and unifying voice across all religions. In this CNN interview with Christiane Amanpour, she responds to the Vatican's recent assertion that American nuns have strayed too far from the church's teachings.

Learn more about Sister Joan Chittister's upcoming presentation at Women & Power this September.

Women Serving Women Summit 2012

2 years 5 months ago

The Omega Women’s Leadership Center held its second annual Women Serving Women Summit, which gathered 14 local and regional non-profits serving the needs of young women and girls. Organizations working in areas including gender, race, and economic equality, engaging youth in media making, ending street harassment, and helping young women and girls meet their fullest potential convened on Omega's campus to take much needed time away from their offices to envision, plan, network, and rejuvenate. Meet some Summit participants as they candidly share some of challenges facing young women and girls today and join them as they imagine a new, bold world for everybody.

Learn more about Omega Women's Leadership Center:
http://eomega.org/omega-in-action/key-initiatives/omega-womens-leadership-center

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Carla Goldstein to Speak at NetRoots Nation This Friday

2 years 6 months ago

Carla Goldstein, director of the Omega Women's Leadership Center, joins Sharon Salzberg, Leslie Salmon Jones, and Mallika Dutt for a panel discussion called Love, Compassion and Other Outrageous Forms of Activism at Netroots Nation in Rhode Island this Friday.

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