Focusing on fundamental leadership strategies provides emerging African-American women – to impact organizations in which they are employed, and communities in which they live and serve
The NAAWLI, Inc. Leadership Program, with its focus on fundamental leadership strategies, provides rising African-American women employees, volunteers, entrepreneurs and managers the opportunity to identify and reinforce their strengths and develop proactive strategies and behaviors to make high-quality impact in the organizations in which they are employed and the communities in which they live and serve.
How are objectives achieved?
The Institute uses surveys, assessment tools, formal instruction, branding workshops, cohort group discussions, wellness training and one-on-one interaction with subject matter experts to assist Fellows in becoming successful and effective leaders today and tomorrow.
How do I apply to the program?
Download the printable PDF application from the NAAWLI, Inc. program page, complete, save and submit the completed application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the printable PDF application from the NAAWLI, Inc. program page, complete, save and mail the completed application to P.O. Box 3484, McKinney, TX 75070.
Request an application by email email@example.com and submit the completed application by mail to P.O. Box 3484, McKinney, TX 75070.
For additional questions, please feel free to contact our office at: 972.542.6810.
Is there an application fee?
What are your admissions requirements?
What is company sponsorship?
What is the process for obtaining sponsorship from my company?
This Organization Sponsorship Agreement form should be completed by the individual authorized by the organization to grant sponsorship to the applicant. The organization understands that the support of its employee during the NAAWLI Leadership Program is a critical factor in the successful completion of the program. If the employee is accepted into the NAAWLI Leadership Program, the organization agrees to do the following during the program duration:
“Release the employee from work on all workshop days, which include three 3-4-day sessions in Dallas, Texas.” Ensure that the employee’s business commitments will not conflict with the required onsite sessions.
In addition, this program requires that the sponsor completes a Sponsoring Statement as part of the application process. This statement provides the Admissions Committee with a better understanding of your background, roles and potential as a leader. Upon receipt of your application, the Admissions Committee will email the executive a link to an online Sponsoring Statement form. This Sponsoring Statement must be completed before the committee will review your application.