The annual Stanford Women’s Leadership Conference (SWLC) is one of the longest running student-organized conferences on campus. It attracts hundreds of attendees, including current students, alumni and Stanford faculty. The conference celebrates women leaders around the world and provides Stanford women with actionable tools to enhance their leadership. The conference will leave participants inspired, motivated and with a renewed sense of how they can lead in their lives through a wealth of resources and support.
The 2016 Stanford Women's Leadership Conference will be on Saturday, April 2, 2016 in Stanford, California.
Speakers at the 2015 conference included:
Keynote speakers from past years have included Tani Gorre Cantil-Sakauye (28th chief justice of the State of California), Debora L. Spar (president of Barnard College), Ai-jen Poo (director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance), Kavita Ramdas (former CEO, Global Fund for Women), Kathy Levinson (former president, E*Trade), Priya Haji (founder, World of Good), Reem Rahim (founder, Numi Tea), Whitney Smith (founder, Girls for a Change), Victoria Hale (founder, OneWorld Health) and April Chou (founder, New Schools Venture Fund).