The Executive Women’s Summit was created to provide senior executives (Director Level and above) and community leaders the opportunity to connect with their peers and build mutually-beneficial relationships. EWS serves as a venue for executive-level women to build these relationships and to address business, social and philanthropic issues in their busy lives.
Our unique, invitation only quarterly gatherings encourage senior female executives to discuss meaningful, and at
times controversial topics surrounding business, social, and philanthropic issues. These events are for executives that impact and lead people and business strategies.
A platform for both male and female executives to better understand the impact that
sophisticated and culturally-integrated D&I programs have on business and leadership.
A unique and intensive leadership development platform created exclusively for female executives by Kristen Kenton, the Founder & President of the Executive Women’s Summit, Dr. Tasha Eurich, I/O Psychologist/PhD and EWS BOD Member, Debora Craig, HR Executive at RGL Forensics, I/O Psychologist/PhD and EWS BOD Member, and Kate Frazier, Principal at Resolve Resources Management LLC and a highly respected HR thought partner.
"It’s great to connect with like-minded professionals doing impactful things in our city and around the world!"
“I keep attending the Executive Women's Summit because of the honest, candid and genuine conversations that happen between women that attend these sessions.”
“What a dynamic, diverse, stimulating group of women. I met so many new people and learned from each one of them.”
Kristen Kenton puts together first class events with impactful networking and timely and relevant topics/speakers. I also really appreciate that she provides a non-profit organization to present their cause and gently remind us of the need to make sure we are giving back to the community.
"The atmosphere was comfortable making networking easy, even without knowing anyone on the first visit. EWS is definitely on my schedule each quarter."
A special thanks to our Annual Sponsor: USI (formerly Van Gilder) for their continued support of this program and women in leadership. Learn more about them and their involvement in the community: www.usi.biz