— We are a very special and unique nation.
We have a rich heritage.
But we also have a lot of challenges.
Our challenges are bigger than just being an economically prosperous country.
They are a lot more than just the challenges of having a women’s health issue, but the challenges facing our daughters.
It is our daughters who have been the focus of the nation’s attention, not just on women, but also on women in leadership roles, on women who are fighting for equal rights, women who want to go to college and do the same things as men, and women who have fought for our nation to be a leader in the world.
Now is the time to do more, to be more ambitious and to do it in a way that honors our women and our daughters, not only in the United States but around the world, says Susan MacMahon, a former senior advisor for the United Nations Population Fund.
This is a chance for all of us to be together in our diversity, to take a moment to appreciate the diversity of this country and to show that the next generation of leaders are here to stay, she said in a conference call with reporters after the session.
The session focused on the challenges that women face today, including challenges that come with raising children, finding a job and providing for a family, and how women can become leaders, including in the business world.
MacMahon was a senior advisor in the UN Population Fund for more than 20 years, and was also the executive director of the International Center for Women and Development.
A veteran of the State Department, she was the first female UN official to hold senior diplomatic posts in both the State and the private sectors.
She also is the author of the new book “A Woman in the World: A Global Journey into Women’s Lives and Leadership.”
The first session focused more on the role of women in the economy and the business sector.
It included talks on the importance of equal pay and workplace policies for women, women’s participation in politics and the need for more diversity in leadership positions.
At the end of the session, participants voted to recommend the best sessions for this year’s session.
The women in global leadership session is the second edition of this program.
In 2015, the sessions focused on women leaders in the private sector and the political sphere.
The second session is scheduled to last about an hour and 20 minutes.