Becoming a member
Membership to Global Women is by invitation only from an existing member, with the sponsoring member taking a lead role in the process.
Complete the nomination form | Download the nomination checklist
- She is in a leadership role in her area of expertise.
- She may be a CEO, non-executive director, iwi or cultural leader, senior executive, partner, founder, entrepreneur or known expert (such as an acclaimed author, scientist or artist).
- She may have received official recognition (awards, titles) for her work and achievements.
- She will have broad influence.
- She may use her influential leadership position to reach people outside her organisation.
- She may sit on boards or associations or hold other positions of leadership or influence outside of her core career interests.
- She may be invited to attend and speak at events that impact people beyond her current organisation or industry.
- She may have a following of an influential few (beyond her organisation), or a broad group of many – or both.
- She may have international associations and insights that benefit our work in New Zealand.
- She uses her influence to catalyse progress for New Zealand women.
- She actively uses her influence in politics, business, NGOs, iwi or cultural organisations, and/or the media to impact, encourage and facilitate the development of New Zealand women to increase diversity in leadership.
- She may have initiated projects, actions or process changes that show impact in terms of improving gender and/or ethnic balance in the workplace (or have plans that show demonstrable investment towards these goals).
- She may educate others (women and men) on the benefits of diversity of thought and experience.
- She may collaborate with other senior leaders to move New Zealand women into positions of leadership by developing their professional capabilities, competencies and skills.
- She may be a go-to person for the media on the topics of diversity and inclusion.
- She may use her social media reach to champion diversity and inclusion.
Current members can use the form below to nominate new Global Women members
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