Announcing the participants of the 2019 Women in Wind Global Leadership Program!

 

We are thrilled to finally share the selected participants for the first year of the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program! We received 85 applications from all over the world for eight open spots. An indication of where these applications came from is in the graphic below, highlighting the emerging markets for wind power worldwide. 

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Further insights on the applicant pool can be found here. Without further ado…
 
The selected participants for the Women in Wind Global Leadership Program 2019 (in alphabetical order):

The location in parentheses indicates country of residence or nationality.

Congratulations!

GWEC and Global Women’s Network for the Energy Transition (GWNET), as well as our Partners  Leading Partner, MHI Vestas, and Supporting Partners, Mainstream Renewable Power and GE Renewable Energy  wish the eight participants above a heartfelt congratulations! 

We will be supporting and cheering on your journey through the program, and charting your rise in the wind sector. 

Stay tuned to the blog for one-on-one interviews with our participants in the coming months.

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