One Connection at a Time
Connecting, supporting and recognizing women leaders are all part of who we are at The Boston Club
How We Support Women in Business
Belonging to the Boston ClubMaybe you work for a corporation, or are an entrepreneur. Perhaps you’re rising quickly in your career, or are looking to reinvent yourself later in life. You might be a scientist, or an attorney, or a non-profit leader. There is something for you in The Boston Club. Come on in!
Maybe you fit into one of these categories, or span several. The Boston Club is a vibrant and multi-faceted community where you can find what you’re looking for.
Join us for an Event
Shareholder Relations: The Expanding Role of Activist Investors14 October, 2020
As shareholder activism continues to evolve, it presents challenges, threats, and opportunities to public companies. Our Series continues with a discussion with insights into why shareholder activists exercise their voting power to drive financial and non-financial change; latest hot topics in activism; and various activist approaches, as well as helping us understand the role boards play.
New Member Welcome Call14 October, 2020
For Members who've joined since March 2020! Kick-start your membership and learn about the Club, Committees, Affinity Groups, and more! We also welcome and encourage Sponsors to join us!
Conquering Zoom (and other platforms too!)19 October, 2020
Virtual meetings are now part of our lives, and if we haven't already, we are going to need to become comfortable with the platforms to succeed in our work and stay connected with friends and colleagues. In this event, Stefanie Heiter will discuss the features of Zoom and other similar platforms and share tips for presenters who want to execute successful programs.
How Privilege, Race & Racism Influence Leadership & Culture: I'm a Good Person! Isn't that Enough?21 October, 2020
We are pleased to host a 2-part series with racial justice educator and writer, Deborah Irving. We will examine how our daily racialized privilege and power works to benefit some people, while creating limits and barriers for others. The first workshop, I'm a Good Person! Isn't That Enough? teaches you how your race and ethnicity may impact the way you are perceived and how others perceive you.
Let's Connect! How to Be Your Professional Best for Virtual Presentations22 October, 2020
How do you look your best and present a professional image on screen? Join in on this elevated conversation to learn secrets of the right equipment, setting, and techniques to look your best. Additionally, you will learn techniques on how to engage your audience and create interesting interactive meetings that enhance participant engagement.
Women Take the Floor, a Tour of the MFA Exhibition28 October, 2020
Women Take the Floor seeks to acknowledge and remedy systemic gender discrimination in art, including the MFAs inconsistent history in supporting women artists. By looking at 20th-century American art through the lens of modern-day feminism, which advocates for equity and intersectionality (the way an individuals race, class, gender and other identities combine and overlap), the MFA hopes to broaden the stories that are told during the yearlong commemoration of women's suffrage in 2020.
Nonprofits: Adapting to Change in a New Environment29 October, 2020
NonProfits today face significant challenges to adapt and survive. Covid-19, in particular, has required nonprofits to rethink their entire approach, from mission and governance to programs and fundraising. To survive, and even thrive, nonprofits need to adapt quickly, using the lessons that have been learned so far. Join us for a stimulating panel discussion about changing funding sources and requirements, new business models, and how to pivot quickly.
2020 Corporate Salute: The Push & Pull of Change: Leadership Now!13 November, 2020
Join us as influential business leaders discuss how the experience of responding to dual challenges of global pandemic and social injustice has affected their understanding of leadership and will shape their own leadership in the future. And we will announce results of the 2020 Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers in Massachusetts Public Companies.
Collaboration Makes a Difference
We partner with like-minded organizations on women’s advancement and advocacy. Through partnership and sponsorship, we amplify our message and raise our voices in mutual support.Learn More
Discover what’s happening inside The Boston Club
Donna Latson Gittens receives inaugural Women in Business Racial Equity Award
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Breaking Barriers – 2021 Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Massachusetts Largest Companies
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2021 Community Salute Addresses Healthcare Post-Pandemic
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Our Commitment to Diversity & InclusionWithin The Boston Club, diversity is the recognition of and valuing of differences amongst members, including and not limited to race, religion, class, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, mental and physical abilities, and work/life balance issues. Inclusion is the action of diversity, how we live, our respect for others and how we effectively utilize our leadership to promote the advancement of all women.
A diverse membership ensures the richness and vibrancy of ideas, topics and approaches. Ultimately, diversity and inclusion enhances the quality of experiences, promotes member engagement, and develops leadership depth.
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