Foreign Policy and Technology

Combating Misinformation in Times of Crisis

This summer, WFPG hosted two conversations focusing on disinformation. In July, Nina Jankowicz, author of How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict, was interviewed by Washington Post National Security Reporter Ellen Nakashima. In June, Taiwan's Digital Minister Audrey Tang was joined by author Meredith Broussard, Hibah Kamal-Grayson of Google, and moderator Amy Studdart of IRI to discuss Combating Misinformation in Times of Crisis. Read more and watch videos 

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Virtual 1:1 Mentoring Program Launch

The WFPG is thrilled to announce the launch of two new virtual mentoring programs for our members. A year-long mentor matching program and Mentoring Minutes sessions, both of which will help support our younger members as they graduate and search for their first job during these uncertain times--as well as our young professional and early mid-career members who are taking their first steps towards leadership. Volunteer as a mentor 

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The WFPG is a network which proudly fosters connections and mentoring. Join us in our work to promote women's leadership and elevate and amplify women’s voices in international affairs. As we adapt to these unprecedented circumstances, we invite you to engage with us virtually. We look forward to continuing to work together to expand the foreign policy dialogue across generations and to support women at every stage of their careers. Together, we can make a difference.

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Professional Development

Just beginning your career in international affairs or thinking about switching sectors? Join the WFPG for our virtual career programming! This summer WFPG and WIIS have hosted a series of skills-focused webinars focused on virtual networking, video interviews, salary negotiation, getting your first federal job, and career transitions.

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