Be an Organizational Partner

The World Academy for the Future of Women is a bold and daring program to accelerate women’s leadership worldwide. After years of seeking solutions to women’s economic status, health, education, and gender equality, women remain at the bottom of society on all measures of quality of life. To address these issues we need women to take the lead and be responsible for their lives and the lives of others to eliminate conditions that have kept them from living fully expressed and meaningful lives …. in their families, in their communities, and throughout the world. The resources and solutions exist. What is missing is women in leadership roles to forge new paths and bring women forward to have a voice and a choice in their lives and their future.

We need partners to align with our purpose, to share our passion, and to create a new path for success. We invite organizations to join us as we move this agenda forward.

Below are Partners who have joined with us. Please contact us and become a part of this dynamic process.

Our Partners:

United Nations Aspire

The student branch of the UN Academic Impact is known as ASPIRE: Action by Students to Promote Innovation and Reform through Education.

ASPIRE is a student-driven initiative and actively embodies UNAI’s principles within student communities around the world. Operating locally within their communities, the activities of each ASPIRE group contributes to UNAI’s overall message of unity and action to address global challenges.

ASPIRE personifies the saying, “Sharing a Culture of Intellectual Social Responsibility.” It connects student organizations and individuals to global opportunities through the United Nations, educational and academic institutions, and civil society groups that focus on the UNAI principles.

ASPIRE groups are directly affiliated to UNAI, and when their institution is a UNAI member, to it as well.

AmCham Shanghai

The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, known as the “Voice of American Business” in China, is the largest and fastest growing American Chamber in the Asia Pacific region. Founded in 1915, AmCham Shanghai was the third American Chamber established outside the United States. As a non-profit, non-partisan business organization, AmCham Shanghai is committed to the principles of free trade, open markets, private enterprise and the unrestricted flow of information.

Vision: The American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai strives to be the leading international business association in China.

Mission: To enable the success of our members and strengthen U.S.-China commercial ties through our role as a not-for-profit service provider of high quality business resources and support, policy advocacy and relationship-building opportunities.

Chi Heng Foundation

CHF primarily focuses on paying for the children’s education and living expenses, making sure all funds are delivered directly to schools and programs by our staff. CHF does not operate orphanages or foster homes. Instead, local relatives often take in the children, allowing them to continue to grow up in their native villages. To further decrease their sense of social stigma and isolation, CHF places the children in schools that purposefully integrate the orphans with children not affected by HIV/AIDS. These efforts aim to give orphans a stronger sense of community and belonging.

Shanghai Women’s Federation

The Shanghai Women’s Federation (SWF), founded in August 1950, is a women’s organization working for the advancement of women under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party. It not only provides a link between the government and women, but also works as a way of representing and protecting women’s rights and promoting equality between men and women.

Lean in Beijing

Lean In Beijing is a platform which serves to empower professional and college women in China to pursue their goals and aspirations. It actively builds communities for women to thrive across China, promoting a culture of mentorship, leadership and mutual support.

International Women’s Academy

The International Women’s Academy is a network of clubs in schools, universities and companies whose members work collaboratively on projects that empower the less privileged female members of society. IWA Club members develop the skills necessary to take their places as leaders of business, government and community.
Mission Statement: “The International Women’s Academy builds sustainable systems and infrastructure to empower women of all backgrounds to become leaders in business, government and community.”

Chifan for Charity

Good Eats. Good Times. Good Causes.
Chi Fan for Charity (CFFC) is Shanghai’s Premiere charity dinning event. Chi Fan for Charity’s innovative model takes the standard concept of a large gala charity dinner and throws it out the window.

The Rotary Club of Shanghai

Rotary brings together people like you — leaders from all cultures and occupations who want to use their distinct expertise for good. People whose sense of responsibility inspires them to give back to their communities. Who step forward to tackle the toughest challenges — and persevere to create lasting change in communities around the world. Together, we empower youth, improve health, promote peace, and advance our communities in all corners of the globe.With 1.2 million members worldwide, our global community’s impact has never been greater — and it continues to grow. When Rotarians come together and commit to a cause, like
our PolioPlus initiative, the magnitude of our impact is clear. And with the ongoing support of Rotarians like you, we will continue the fight to End Polio Now.