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Global Ambassadors

Over the next five years, our goal is to reach thousands of women leaders around the world.

Mentoring Women Leaders

We believe strong leaders can be drivers of economic opportunities and that women are a force that can drive economic, political and social change in the developing world. We’re proud to partner with Vital Voices to help extraordinary women around the world unleash their leadership potential.

Global Ambassadors Northern Ireland

Highlights from our Global Ambassadors Northern Ireland forum

May 12, 2014

As part of our ongoing partnership with Vital Voices, women business leaders from around the world will gather in Belfast, Northern Ireland, this month to spur women’s leadership and economic advancement. This program will focus on women from post-conflict and ongoing peacebuilding countries and the ways that their entrepreneurship and leadership can advance economic growth. From May 12 - May 16, established businesswomen will mentor emerging women leaders from the private sector and social enterprises from countries like Rwanda, Somalia, Indonesia, Croatia, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine and Northern Ireland…  learn More about Highlights from our Global Ambassadors Northern Ireland forum

Belfast - Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland 2014 | Women’s leadership in post-conflict and peacebuilding countries

This spring, women business leaders from around the world will gather in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to spur women’s leadership and economic advancement, with a focus on women from post-conflict and ongoing peacebuilding countries and their importance in peacebuilding. The Global Ambassadors Program in Belfast, Northern Ireland will begin on May 12 and run through May 16, where successful businesswomen will mentor emerging women leaders from countries like Rwanda, Somalia, Indonesia, Croatia, Lebanon, Libya, Palestine, and Northern Ireland. This meeting will also commemorate the 16th anniversary of the 1998 Good Friday Peace Accords, highlighting the important role women can play in peace agreements…  learn More about Northern Ireland 2014 | Women’s leadership in post-conflict and peacebuilding countries

The Huffington Post

Memories of Mexico City

Mar 24, 2014

IN THE NEWS (The Huffington Post): Imagine if Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg or Steve Jobs had been born in Africa or Asia or Latin America. Do you think they would have realized their potential? Now imagine if each of these men had a sister who was also an innovator. Do you think she would have had access to the same resources that her brother enjoyed, to realize her dreams?…  learn More about Memories of Mexico City

GAP Mexico Mentor & Mentee

Highlights from our Global Ambassadors Mexico forum

Mar 06, 2014

In March, Bank of America and Vital Voices will bring the Global Ambassadors Program to Mexico City, Mexico for the first meeting of 2014. The mentoring program will connect women business leaders from Latin America and the Caribbean to senior women executives, who will help the participants access networks, gain expertise around strategic planning, and create impact in their countries’ economies…  learn More about Highlights from our Global Ambassadors Mexico forum

Mexico

Mexico 2014 | Empowering Business Women in Latin America and the Caribbean

Our March 2014 Global Ambassador Program in Mexico City brings together Global Ambassadors and women business leaders from around Latin America and the Caribbean. The program will focus on empowering women entrepreneurs to be active contributors to their countries’ economies…  learn More about Mexico 2014 | Empowering Business Women in Latin America and the Caribbean




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Global Ambassadors Program invests in emerging women leaders around the world
Women represent one of every country’s greatest natural resources. We all know that when women are empowered, economic growth improves lives for individuals, families and communities.

BRIAN T. MOYNIHAN
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER