Cultivating a new generation of
Launched in 2009 at the Clinton Global Initiative, G(irls)20 places young women at the centre of decision- making processes. Through our signature programs, Global Summit and Girls on Boards, we make strategic investments in young women through education and training, building networks, and access to unparalleled opportunities at home and abroad. While advocating for change at the global level through the annual G(irls)20 Global Summit, we are invested in changing the status quo for women at decision-making tables in communities across Canada by placing Girls on Boards
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2017 Communique to G20 Leaders
After an all-day strategic session, the 2017 delegates created a communique with 19 recommendations for the consideration of G20 Leaders.
G(irls)20 has the potential to increase the pipeline of top female executives and global decision makers. As a young entrepreneur, I am excited to report that I am on my way to fulfilling the goals that G(irls)20 helped me aspire to as a young delegate…The Summit was one of the most formative weeks of my life!
Delegate Representing India
G(irls)20 Summit 2011
G(irls)20 is one of the most efficient and effective organizations leading to positive change on a global scale. I’m proud to support the innovative and important work they conduct to power our next generation of female leaders worldwide.
Global Advisor, G(irls)20
Founder and CEO, McPherson Strategies, LLC
At Norton Rose Fulbright we work hard to create an environment where our talent can reach their full potential on the basis of merit and skill. This is why we support G(irls)20 and the empowerment of girls and women by developing and investing in the next generation of women leaders.
Partner and Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion
Norton Rose Fulbright
We work collectively with partners across the private, social profit, academic and government sectors to economically empower girls and women, allowing them to be agents of economic and social change in their own countries and communities.