About The Forum
We are executive women working together to increase the number of women in leadership roles, expand their impact and influence, and position them to drive positive change in the region.
The Forum of Executive Women is recognized as the source for leveraging the collective power of women’s leadership in the Philadelphia region.
The Forum of Executive Women
Founded in 1977, The Forum of Executive Women is a membership organization of 450 women of significant influence across the Greater Philadelphia region. The Forum of Executive Women’s membership is comprised of individuals holding the senior-most positions in the corporations, not-for-profit organizations and public sector entities that drive our regional economy and community.
Dedicated to a mission of leveraging the power of executive women in the region to advance the impact and influence of women leaders across a broad spectrum of society, The Forum of Executive Women has served as the linchpin for a multitude of initiatives that have sparked critical conversations in executive suites, board rooms and public policy arenas.
The Forum of Executive Women’s members join together to exchange views that expand and strengthen their own relationships and inspire progress toward a world in which women and men share an equal place in leadership, policy and decision making in all private and public entities. Specific Forum of Executive Women’s programs range from formal symposiums and CEO roundtables to the publication of research reports and outreach promoting the value of gender diversity on boards and in executive suites. A robust mentoring program with diverse initiatives enhances The Forum of Executive Women’s commitment to build the pipeline of our next generation of women leaders.
View The Forum of Executive Women’s most recent annual report – Women in Leadership Report 2019 – a status report on women leaders in boardrooms and executive suites.
A Commitment to Inclusion
The Forum of Executive Women and The Forum Foundation acknowledge the importance of diversity – ethnic, racial, religious, age, disability and sexual orientation – to Forum members and to the greater community in which we live and work. The Forum of Executive Women and The Forum Foundation are committed to:
Having a membership and leadership that reflects the broad spectrum of executive women.
Integrating diversity into all aspects of The Forum's plans and decisions.
Presenting culturally inclusive programming.
For more information or to receive a hard copy of our information, please contact The Forum of Executive Women’s Office, firstname.lastname@example.org.