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Our Journey

It is our pleasure to welcome you to an illustrative journey of  IWTT’s history. We enjoy an extraordinary collaboration of 

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    International Women's Day
March 8, 2012

Fostering International Communications &  Relationships that support and Empower Women and Girls

Luncheon launches the International Women's Think Tank

             Women as Entrepreneurs, Consumers

                          and Agents of Change 
                                        June 14, 2012

Think Tank Discussion

            The Honorable Consul General Republic of Liberia, Cynthia Blandford Nash; her presentation was “The New Diplomatic Approaches to Empowering Women”,

            Dr. Paddy Sharma, President Global Teachers. Dr. Sharma’s presentation was “India Education as an Agent of Transformation-A Growth Perspective”,

            Ms. Rosemary Jones, Global Supplier Diversity Director, Turner Broadcasting Systems, Inc. Rosemary gave a very informative and sometimes humorous presentation entitled “Acknowledging The Power of Women in today’s Growing Economy”,

            Ms. Emelia Orubele, President, American Nigerian Chamber of Commerce, Emelia’s presentation spoke to “Nigeria Opportunities Unlimited”

             Ms. Yelena Epova, Tax Partner, Habif, Arogeti &Wynne, LLP spoke about “Putting Eastern Europe back on business map – opportunities and pitfalls” and

            Ms. Daniele Flickinger, Brazilian Chamber of Commerce; Daniele’s topic-“Women & Entrepreneurship in Brazil: The Time is Now”  

             Atlanta Regional Commission - Co-Sponsor


Small Business Administration Women's
Certification Workshop 

IWTT members learn how to qualify as a Women Owned Small Business through the SBA. Workshops were held at Georgia State University.

 Collaboration with Nirvana Tea 


International Women's Day
Women as the Emerging Market: Connect, Empower, Lead 

Luncheon Speaker
Ms. Gwen Keys Fleming, EPA Region 4 Administrator

      Atlanta Metropolitan State College - Co Host

                          Women as Emerging Markets
Leveraging Growth Strategies
                   through Corporate Partnerships

                                      October 17, 2013

Speakers included:
     Honorary Consul General Cynthia Blandford, Liberian Consulate in Georgia,
     Mr. Emerson Bryan, Atlanta
Regional Commission,
     Attorney Dara Mann, McKenna Long & Aldridge,
     Ms. Claire Angelle, City of Atlanta, Office of the Mayor
     Dr. Justina Mutale, Justine Mutale Foundation
Agnes Scott College




        International Women's Day

Technology Leadership in the 21st Century Global Economy

Guest Speaker, Ms. Viola Llewellyn, President, Ovamba Solutions, (first row center) and Speakers at the March International Women's Day Celebration

              Georgia State University


Girls Let’s Build is a STEM (Science, Technology,        Engineering and Math) summer program initiated by IWTT for girls 5-8. The goal is to increase girls’ interest in STEM through practical hands-on activities. 

                         Atlanta Tech Village  Co-Host

Quintessential Businesswomen’s
            Association (Nigeria)

Trade Mission to Georgia, hosted by IWTT.    The two-week visit explored partnership opportunities in Georgia. The Delegation met with government and business leaders, universities, research institutions and women's organizations. 

       Women’s Leadership Series

Women’s Leadership Series – (Emerging Trends and Issues in Cybersecurity) presented by Colonel Jennifer Buckner, appointed as the first Commandant of the US Army Cyber School in Fort Gordon, Georgia

       Co-hosts Georgia Tech and Academy Women

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