About the Network:
The Emerging Leaders Network of the National Council for Research on Women supports entry to mid-level professionals in their efforts to develop leadership skills and build professional partnerships across sectors. The network’s programmatic activities will address and provide insight into timely issues such as mentoring, changing demographics of employees, work/family issues, diversity, and new approaches to leadership. In addition to these programs, membership provides access to the Council’s extensive network of 120 leading U.S. research, advocacy, and policy centers, the Corporate Circle of senior women from more than 30 leading corporations, and the resources of more than 2,000 experts to ensure fully informed debate, policies, and practices to build a more inclusive and equitable world for women and girls. The membership is structured around a steering committee of 6-8 people whose aim is to organize the programming focused on an approximate membership over 50 women covering in all industries in the New York Metro region.
- Christina Capowich, Co-Chair
- Jennifer Zephirin, Co-Chair
Trivia Night at the Dubliner 
Come join the NCRW for a networking trivia night. Get to know other young professional women over fun games!
Fine-Tuning Finances for Women at the Perfect Pint 
An opportunity for young professionals to listen to experts from Learnvest  discuss savvy tips for living on a budget, organizing finances, and managing and paying off debt while sipping and tasting artisanal beers and enjoying hors d’oeuvres.
Successfully Implementing Feedback at Characters 
An opportunity to build strategies and skills to actively solicit and act on the feedback you need to advance your professional development. The presentation discussed: Strategies for effectively asking for and receiving feedback; How to manage your responses to feedback; and Ways that one can open the feedback channel.
A Night of Networking and Art at the American Folk Art Museum 
NCRW partnered up with the American Folk Art Museum to host a night for young professionals to network and enjoy traditional art.
Female Vision: Women’s Real Power at Work 
Co-authors Sally Helgesen and Julie Johnson discussed their book, The Female Vision: Women’s Real Power at Work, which explores how women can leverage their potential to contribute to organizations seeing to engage and support women’s authentic power.
Networking Event at Papillon 
An event for Emerging Leaders to network and get to know other young professional women in the New York City area.
Networking and Wine Tasting at Bottle Rocket 
An exclusive night of networking and wine tasting for young professional Women to get to know one another.
Women as Drivers of Economic Growth  at Henry Kaufman Management Center, New York University
An event for young professional women to hear featured speaker Julie Gilbert, founder and CEO of WOLF Means Business, discuss networking strategies specific to women, how women can leverage relationships and social events for professional growth, and why women are the under tapped resource for growth in business, politics, and non-profits.
Women in Fund Management: A Road Map for Achieving Critical Mass-and Why it Matters  at Barclays Wealth
A launching event for NCRW’s 2009 report: Women in Fund Management, which examines the latest research into different investment management styles of women and men, how they approach risk and what the global economy might look like if a critical mass of women were bringing their decision-making talent to the table.
If you are a young professional in the corporate sector and wish to get involved, contact email@example.com