The Young Women’s Leadership Challenge (YWLC) is a year-long U.S-based program created and managed by The Pangea Network, a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women and communities in the U.S. and Kenya. YWLC is composed of a 6-day summer conference, fall and spring workshops and lectures throughout the year.
Feel free to download our conference flyer and sponsorship appeal below and distribute to your students, faculty, colleagues and friends. The more that know about YWLC and our annual conference, the more young women will be empowered to become our next great leaders. If you have questions or are in need of additional marketing/resources materials, please contact us.
What do these women have in common?
Amanda works in the medical field in the U.S., Joyce is an international development officer working for a global NGO in Asia, and Sofia is an engineer in Latin America. What do these women have in common? They all made a commitment while they were in high school to participate in the YWLC program. Since 2012, YWLC has welcomed dozens of high school girls who are up for the ‘challenge’ – a year-long program focused on leadership, self-esteem, social entrepreneurship, financial literacy, global competency, and service, followed by a life-long membership in the global Alumni Network.