Participants in WILpower boost their knowledge and skills through nine monthly, thoughtfully-paced, interactive workshops with expert speakers and coaches. Small discussion groups also reinforce the messages heard in the workshops, and regular networking events help participants to connect with other participants and alumnae.


Topics include:​​​

  • Negotiate for Success

  • Effective Networking

  • Leading Change

  • Building Your Leadership Brand

  • Projecting Credibility and Confidence

  • Leveraging Your Leadership Competencies

Registration for WILpower 2020 is now closed. Please join our mailing list to receive updates and to be notified of the 2021 program.

Click the buttons on the map below to see information about the current 2020 program and speakers for each location.

LWT offers WILpower programs and events in

San Francisco, Palo Alto, New York and Seattle.

Watch WILpower grads and LWT Board members 

share their WILpower program experiences




Who are our WILpower Participants?

In 2019 we had an average of 66 participants per location. The WILpower program attracts a diverse group of women from a broad range of professions that includes legal, HR, finance, operations, engineering, technology, sales, and marketing.  The program targets women with over four years of experience, but the majority of participants have considerably more.

A High Return on Your Investment


A comprehensive leadership development program such as WILpower is typically quite expensive. LWT’s objective is to make this program available to as many women as possible by offering it at a rate that is a fraction of the normal cost. LWT can price WILpower at a highly-discounted rate thanks to our all-volunteer Board and our speakers who generously reduce their standard fees to support and partner with the LWT mission.  


Our experience is that women who join us encounter incredible value in the WILpower program and the LWT mission. Participants often become LWT volunteers in subsequent years to help “pay it forward,” and empower other women to achieve their own leadership potential.  

Program details are available on the location-specific WILpower program pages for New YorkPalo Alto, San Francisco, and Seattle.

Employers are often happy to sponsor your participation in WILpower. View a sample employer letter. 


WILpower Rings

To reinforce the lessons learned in the WILpower sessions, we offer small, informal discussion groups we call Rings. Rings are facilitated by WILpower alumnae who have experienced the impact of the WILpower program first-hand.


Participating in a Ring gives you a place to explore and dig deeper into the main ideas presented in the WILpower sessions, as well as the personalized strategies and tactics you will employ to put the lessons you learn into productive use. We have found that the Rings provide yet another way for you to connect with and support other women in your cohort, share professional victories and challenges, and grow your leadership skills tool kit. 


No two Rings are exactly alike, as each will reflect the personality of the women who join and their unique goals for joining WILpower. Even so, you can expect to:


  • Connect with your Ring partners and learn their WILpower stories

  • Speak candidly about your current and stretch goals

  • Challenge each other to put into practice what you've learned in the WILpower sessions 


Information on signing up for Rings –which is optional, but strongly encouraged– will be provided during the early 2020 WILpower sessions.

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