Utah Valley University is pleased to host the Utah Women and Leadership Project (UWLP), which began in August 2013. The purpose of this project is to conduct research on different elements of women and leadership within Utah; assist Utah women in finding women's groups, networks, and associations throughout the state; link these groups together to enhance networking; and provide events and resources to help prepare and advance women for leadership within the state. This project is supported by the Woodbury School of Business, Women's Success Center, and the President's Office at Utah Valley University.
The video recording of our most recent event, You're Already Good Enough: How Embracing Imperfection and Cultivating Confidence Frees
You to Influence & Lead (November 3, 2015) is available here.
You can now view the recording of our event, Ȼents & $ensibility: Women and Money (September 9, 2015), with keynote speaker Gail Miller and three breakout sessions on UEN-TV and video at this link.
Our most recent blog post: Mayor JoAnn B. Seghini: 30 Years of Public Service and Still Going (September 28, 2015)
See New Research & Policy Briefs:Women, Confidence, and Leadership: What Do Utah Women Leaders Think? (February 23, 2015) and Why Do We Need More Women Leaders in Utah? (January 12, 2015)
Check out our list of women's groups (e.g., associations, networks, chapters, and clubs) throughout the state. Learn more about events within Utah for female professionals and students. View our research briefs on the status of women in leadership roles in Utah.