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POSTPONED: 2018 WIN Impact Retreat -- DC (Canceled)

Event Details

Sat, October 20, 2018
Stanford in Washington
The Sant Building, 2655 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington DC 20008
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$50 for General Admission, $20 for Current Students
Dr. Alexis Charles, PhD '16

Join the Stanford Alumni Women's Impact Network (WIN) for our fourth annual Women’s Impact Retreat in DC! This event has been postponed from June and will take place in October 2018. During this fun and interactive retreat, you’ll meet other Stanford alumni and students interested in having real social impact, and you’ll walk away with an understanding of your own capacity to drive positive change.

We’ll start the day with an exploration into your personal strengths and skills and how you are uniquely situated to make change.   Using Design Your Energy, a new video-guided activity developed in partnership with Bill Burnett, ’79, MS ’82, and Dave Evans, ’75, MS ’76, from the, we will help you focus on the things in life that give you energy and identify activities that drain you.  We’ll provide the space to dig deep into what is meaningful to you, reflect on barriers to achieving your goals, and take steps to turn your goals into an actual plan.

Along the way, you’ll connect with a community of extraordinary Stanford women who care about making a meaningful impact in the world around them. You’ll end the day with an empowering self-care training that will help you feel good while you’re doing good.

A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Some scholarships available upon request; email for scholarship details.

We welcome all Stanford alumnae and students interested in social impact and/or gender equity to join us and connect for this retreat! Space is limited, so please register early to secure your spot. Join the official SAA club here to learn about all upcoming WIN events. 

Please contact Alexis Charles, PhD '16 or April Bell, BA ’95 at if you have any questions. 


The Stanford Alumni Women's Impact Network (WIN) connects the dynamic experiences of social-justice oriented Stanford alumni and affiliates to shift dialogue and impact change.  Learn more.

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