|About||www.eomega.org/owlc The OWLC envisions a world where women’s leadership advances a peaceful, just, and sustainable world—for everybody.|
We envision women’s leadership advancing a future where:
Women and girls are valued for their full human potential, live in safety, equality and freedom, and can express themselves and contribute meaningfully in all spheres of life.
Men and boys are free to express the full range of human qualities and share equitably with women and girls in life’s responsibilities and joys.
Our global society fosters nurturing and mutual relationships, healthy families and communities, and a peaceful, just, and sustainable world—for everybody.
Since Omega was founded in 1977, our holistic curriculum has included innovative opportunities for women’s inner development and empowerment in the world. Over the years, more than 600,000 women from all walks of life have participated in Omega’s programs. In 2002, we created the acclaimed Women & Power conference series where visionary speakers and change-agents from around the world explore how women can use their unique experiences and voices to redefine power and help lead humanity into health and balance.
In 2005, we embarked on an extensive research and development phase. The result of this research, combined with Omega’s long-standing commitment to educating and empowering women was the 2012 launch of the Omega Women's Leadership Center.
During the first phase of the multi-year development of the OWLC, we will continue to offer conferences, retreats, workshops, trainings, scholarship opportunities, and thought-leadership gatherings. As it develops and grows, the OWLC will create an interdisciplinary leadership curricula that will be offered on our campus, online, and at other locations, including organizations and businesses. We will train women to become the kind of leaders the world most needs now. We will create a hub for women—and men—from all ages and backgrounds, and at all stages of leadership, who want to help create a world that works for everybody.
|Founded||2012 by Elizabeth Lesser, Carla Goldstein, and Sarah Peter|