- City, State: Mill Valley, CA
- Geographic Location: North America
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I am the former president and CEO of the International Museum of Women. Having recently retired after 5 wonderful years as CEO to return to the business world, it was an extraordinary honor to work with the outstanding team of women and men - volunteers, donors, visitors, team members, global council members and board members alike - to make the vision for this important institution a reality. I am so excited about the launch of our new exhibtion, Women Power and Politics and our new community! Our hope when we opened this timely new exhibition was to connect women with one another, and inspire action to transform women's lives and societies to help make the world a better place for all of us. Please join in spreading the word about the new exhibition, and in building a community of women and men committed to advancing gender equality worldwide. Invite your friends, colleagues and family members to join the community, share their experience and be inspired by the exhibition stories, and the women and men around the world that are actively working to ensure that the full potential of women and girls is realized. Warm wishes, Chris
Exhibit change by:
Through my values, beliefs and everday actions. If you are interested in learning more about how to affect social change, please read the document in the "my documents" section below. I'd love to hear how you are exhibiting change!
I'm passionate about:
Human potential, new leadership paradigms, making the world a better place for today and for future generations.
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