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Do you want to be a senior executive, build an entrepreneurial business or run for public office? The Jane Nelson Institute for Women’s Leadership can prepare you for success and help you achieve your goals.
The Sue S. Bancroft Women’s Leadership Hall at Texas Woman’s University is an interactive history exhibit that showcases the contributions and leadership legacy of Texas women in politics and public policy. It is one of the first such exhibits in Texas and among the first in the U.S.
Advance your leadership skills and experience through education, mentoring and networking
The Center for Student Leadership (CSL) provides TWU students with transformational opportunities to learn, lead and serve, including workshops, seminars and days of service to prepare them to become leaders who make a positive difference in their communities and beyond.Learn More
The Center for Women Entrepreneurs (CWE) helps women in Texas become successful business owners through a variety of tools, including business advising, funding through grant programs, networking opportunities and trainings.Learn More
The Center for Women in Government works to increase the number of women in leadership positions in public service and assists young women who desire to dedicate their professional careers to public service, advocacy and leadership.Learn More
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Alumna helps students take writing out of the classroom and into the mainstream.
A group of Black students at TWU find a path to healing following the death of George Floyd.
Kirsten Tulchin-Francis, PhD
In pursuit of science: TWU alumna inspires girls interested in STEM.
Over the last two decades, Covey has earned her degrees while serving concurrently as the lead American Sign Language teacher at Denton High School and a Navy reservist.