We are a Lean In partner. Founded in 2013 by Sheryl Sandberg, Lean In is committed to offering women the ongoing inspiration and support to help them achieve their goals.
IWL is proud to partner with the technologists of the Anita Borg Institute, and we fully support their mission: “We envision a future where the people who imagine and build technology mirror the people and societies they build it for.”
Rayona is a past member of the Executive Board of the Women’s Leadership Board at Harvard University JFK School of Government. The Board is involved in and provides funding for women’s initiatives that advance the number and visibility of women in world leadership.
We collaborate with Diversity Best Practices, a division of Working Mother Media. DBP is the preeminent organization for diversity thought leaders to share best practices and develop innovative solutions for culture change. Through research, benchmarking, publications and events, Diversity Best Practices offers members information and strategies on how to implement, grow, measure and create first-in-class diversity programs.
Rayona is an advisor to the Women of Silicon Valley Donor Circle, a program sponsored by the Women’s Foundation of California that provides for community-based organizations focused on developing the economic potential of Silicon Valley women and their families.
We are members of the World Pulse Leadership Circle. World Pulse is the leading network using the power of digital media to connect women worldwide – from rural villages to urban metropolises – and bring them a global voice. Their mission is to lift and unite women’s voices to accelerate their impact for the world.
We are collaborative partners with Women in Technology International. WITI was founded in 1989 to empower women worldwide to achieve unimagined possibilities and transformations through technology, leadership and economic prosperity.
Through survivor leadership, community organizing, and public action, Generation Five works to interrupt and mend the intergenerational impact of child sexual abuse on individuals, families and communities.
The Caring Economy Campaign, a coalition of over 100 organizations led by Dr. Riane Eisler, has launched a groundbreaking new set of economic measures that go beyond GDP. They are called Social Wealth Economic Indicators. They show the benefits of investing in care, and the dismal consequences of devaluing it – not only for women (who still do most of the care work), children, the elderly, families, and the natural environment, but also for economic competitiveness.