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What Impacts do Women Leaders Have as Global Changemakers?: A Webinar Series

By IGI Global on Oct 7, 2022
webinar Women, though historically oppressed, have always played a crucial role in global communities. As more women are taking leadership positions in social, political, and business roles, it is essential to examine the way in which these women impact cultural development and societal progression. In some cases, these women community leaders’ impact goes beyond their communities and affect transformative cultural change globally.
The editors of Women Community Leaders and Their Impact as Global Changemakers, Profs. Patricia Goodman from Northeastern University, USA, Sahar Rehman from Northeastern University, USA, and Zirui Yan from Tsinghua University, China hosted a four-part webinar series that ran from March, 2022.
During the webinar series, attendees learned more about entrepreneurship, female coaches, feminine energy revival movement, governmental transformation, human rights, and had the opportunity to participate in a Q&A with the editors and contributing authors.
Women Community Leaders and their Impact as Global Changemakers
Prof. Patricia Goodman Hayward (Northeastern University, USA) et al.
©2022 | 399 pgs. | EISBN13: 9781668424919
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Women Community Leaders and Their Impact as Global Changemakers Launch
There were several sessions offered sharing a brief background on a new book Women Community Leaders and Their Impact as Global Changemakers (March 2022 by IGI Global). The co-editors Dr. Patty Goodman Hayward, Sahar Rehman, and Zirui Yan describe their grounded theory related to leadership and cultural transformation through 60 stories of female leaders from around the globe. The chapters illustrate how the each change agent influenced her environment.
Recognizing Women Community Leaders on a Global Scale from India
Editorial Advisory Board member Dr. Ed Cunliff and contributing authors Frawn Morgan, MS and Joy Coates, EdD.
Introductions for Recognizing Women Community Leaders on a Global Scale Advocating Social Change
Recognizing Women Community Leaders on a Global Scale Advocating Social Change.
Recognizing Women Community Leaders on a Global Scale Across Industries

As a focus on these events, Women Community Leaders and Their Impact as Global Changemakers examines how communities change based on cultural resilience advocates. It examines female leaders of local communities making an impact that either could be replicated at a global level or impact on a global scale. Covering topics such as governmental transformation, human rights, and social change through technology, this premier reference source is a dynamic resource for feminists, governmental organizations, libraries, students and educators of higher education, entrepreneurs, leaders in business, non-profit organizations empowering women and girls, researchers, and academicians.
For more information on this research and this title, view the publications webpage. Additionally, for researchers looking to affordably access this title, you may recommend this title to your library here.
About the Editors
Prof. Patricia Goodman HaywardProf. Patricia Goodman Hayward prefers to be known as Prof. Patty and holds an Associate Teaching Professor in the Communications, Media and Human Resources Programs at Northeastern University in the College of Professional Studies. Since 2015, Prof. Patty has taught in the master’s in Corporate and Organizational Communication program and the master’s in Leadership program as part of the transnational offerings in Vietnam and Australia. In addition to her leadership in developing and implementing a new concentration in Cross-cultural Communication for the master’s in Corporate and Organizational Communication, Prof. Patty has served as Chair of the college’s annual Faculty Development Conference and on the college-wide Task Force for Diversity and Inclusion. Additionally, she worked with students and faculty across the Northeastern network to generate definitions and expressions of global citizenship, in order to increase global understanding. Prof. Patty organized the university-wide “Visions of Peace” event with Northeastern’s Center for Intercultural Engagement. Prof. Patty presents regularly at international conferences and publishes research, often focusing on instructional innovations, cultural awareness, cultural resilience, and cultural transformation. Prof. Patty posts in social media promoting the following idea: #LOTS Learning with a curious mind, Observing with open eyes, Transforming with a full heart, and Sharing to encourage others. Prof. Patty earned her Doctor of Education in Executive Leadership from The George Washington University. She is certified in the communications effectiveness methodology, CQ Cultural Intelligence, and is an Intercultural Communication Edge Trainer, ICEdge. Prof. Patty previously served as Human Resource Director at The Centers, a mental health provider covering Marion and Citrus Counties in Florida; in finance and program delivery at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education; and as a consultant to several other Harvard units. In addition to being a faculty member, Prof. Patty is the Principal Consultant at P.A.G. Coaching & Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Prof. Sahar A. RehmanProf. Sahar A. Rehman is an enabler of her dreams. She earned two master’s degrees; first, she earned a master of business administration (MBA) degree in Pakistan at Mohammad Ali Jinnah University in Karachi (where she also earned her bachelor of business administration degree). Her second master’s degree is from Northeastern University (MS) in the field of organizational and corporate communication. She currently teaches intercultural communications at the College of Professional Students at Northeastern University as a part-time lecturer. She is a Human Resources Practitioner. She serves at the Board of Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center and Association of Employment Professionals. She moved to America in 2015 with a hope to be able to practice her right to continue to receive education, to not be a part of conservative mindsets who think women who work is a rebellion, is not respectable, and does not have an identity of her own.

Prof. Zirui YanProf. Zirui Yan MS, is a proud staff member of Schwarzman Scholars program at Tsinghua University, designed to build a global community of future leaders who will serve as a bridge between China and the rest of the world. She speaks three languages (Mandarin, English, and Spanish), and lived and worked on three different continents. Reflecting upon her immersed experiences in distinct cultures, Zirui has developed a deep belief that people are interconnected across a global community. This belief mirrors the saying from Confucius, the ancient Chinese philosopher, 和而不同 (harmony in diversity).
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