WGH Seattle

Women make up 75% of the global health workforce yet fill fewer than 20% of the leadership roles.
It’s time to change the status quo.

Women in Global Health Seattle (WGH Seattle) is a movement of professional women and their allies working in global health in the Pacific Northwest.

WGH Seattle:

  • seeks diverse, gender-balanced leadership in global health, recognizing that more inclusive leadership is needed to achieve the sustainable development goals, and
  • convenes professional women and their allies to build personal and professional networks, challenge the status quo, and inspire women in the Pacific Northwest to create pathways and support for all women in global health to achieve their full potential.

Join us in our 2021 WGH Seattle events

Whether we’re meeting in-person or virtually, our WGH Seattle events bring together women dedicated to improving global health and working for gender equity in leadership. We strive to ensure you leave these curated events with ideas and new connections.

WGH Seattle Q1 Gathering – March 18 | View event recording

WGH Seattle Q2 Gathering – June 24 | View event recording

WGH Seattle Q3 Gathering – September 23 | View event recording

WGH Seattle Q4 Gathering – December 16

Questions? Drop us a line at: wghseattle@wghalliance.org 

Subscribe to the WGH Seattle mailing list and join our LinkedIn group to learn about upcoming events and follow the online conversation.

WGH Seattle Advisory Panel

The WGH Seattle Advisory is made of up fourteen leaders, selected for their commitment to advancing gender equity in global health leadership, their involvement with the WGH Seattle movement to date, and their various perspectives and career experiences. The Advisory Panel will tap into the diversity, experience, and energy of the broader global health community to provide the WGH Seattle movement with tools to advance its vision.

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