Greater Burlington Women's Forum: The Future is Female: Women in Leadership

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Women follow many different pathways to leadership. A diverse panel of women leaders shares stories about their journeys, how they have facilitated the development of women's leadership more broadly, and what they've learned along the way.


  • Ashley Michelle Fowler, Communications and Development Associate, Mercy Connections & Faculty, Community College of Vermont (CCV). 
  • Linda Tarr-Whelan, Visiting Fellow at Champlain College & Author of Women Lead the Way: Your Guide to Stepping Up to Leadership and Changing the World.
  • Cortney Cahill, Leadership and Organization Development Consultant & Owner of Cahill Collins Consulting Partners. 
  • Carina Driscoll, Co-Founder/Owner Vermont Woodworking School & Co-Founder of the Greater Burlington Women's Forum. (Carina co-founded the Greater Burlington Women's Forum.)

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