FEW Webinars

March Webinars

2024 FEW NTP Chair Interest Meeting (Virtual Event)

  • Description/Topics: As planning for next year’s National Training Program (NTP) approaches, we invite you to the 2024 FEW NTP Chair Interest Meeting. During this meeting, FEW members who are interested in becoming the 2024 FEW NTP Chair can come to learn more about it without committing. (Open to current FEW members)

Women's History Month – Celebrating the Women that Tell Our Stories (Diversity Webinar)

  • Description/Topics: The 2023 theme: “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.” The theme honors women in every community who have devoted their lives and talents to producing art and news, pursuing truth, and reflecting society decade after decade. Wendy Chun-Hoon serves as the 20th director of the Women’s Bureau, appointed by President Biden on February 1, 2021. Wendy is skilled at coalition building, bridging strategy across grassroots community organizing, and public sector policymaking at state and national levels. She has held senior positions in Maryland state government and private philanthropy, overseeing large-scale, results-driven initiatives for worker and family economic justice. Wendy Chun-Hoon is the Director of the Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau. The Women’s Bureau champions policies and standards that safeguard the interests of working women, advocates for the equality and economic security of women and their families, and promotes quality work environments. For the past ten years, Director Chun-Hoon has led Family Values @ Work, a national network of grassroots coalitions that have won more than 60 new paid leave policies bringing new rights to 55 million workers and their loved ones and are organizing to win greater access to childcare, and fair wages and employment conditions for workers. Recognizing the ways in which her own family would be excluded from new policies for paid time to care, Director Chun-Hoon spearheaded the development of the Family Justice Network, building cross-movement organizing among paid leave advocates, communities of color, groups working for reproductive and disability justice, equality for LGBTQ individuals, and organized labor that has made inclusive family recognition a hallmark of the paid leave movement. Under her leadership, FV@W’s staff and board grew and are now majority women of color. She was also instrumental in bringing together dozens of organizations to form a coordinated national campaign known as Paid Leave for All. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to ensure women’s equitable recovery. Join us on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, at noon as Director Chun-Hoon shares about this and her career journey within the Federal Government.

Leveling Up for Success Training Series: Session II - Leadership Positions and Powerful Communication (Training Webinar)

  • Description/Topics: Communication between genders is fraught with difficulty. Women's communication methods must be both intelligent and adaptable for the high-stakes games of senior management. This practical and insightful training, based on research and the experiences of working women, explains the fundamental distinctions between the manner in which men and women think. It also examines how these differences affect how men and women convey job dedication, management experience, leadership, and a variety of other promotion-related skills.

FEW Partner Webinars

There are none scheduled at this time.

On-Demand Webinars

Special Emphasis Program Webinars

GEHA Benefit Webinars

GEHA Health and Wellness Webinars

Women’s History Month Webinar Series
Show Up to Rise Up.
FEW Focus Area Webinar Series
Benefits Planning into Retirement
Investment Planning
Long Term Care
Other Topics

For additional information, contact the Vice President for Training at trainingVP@few.org.