Our work began with a series of projects to support a more diverse and inclusive presidential transition. In our earliest days we:
These early programs highlighted the ample opportunity to strengthen American foreign and national security policymaking and demonstrated the numbers of women capable of serving at the highest levels of defense and diplomacy leadership.
Today, LCWINS continues this work through programs that build a bipartisan network of support for women’s leadership ascension and success.
Many members of the LCWINS community have returned to public service in senior national security and foreign policy leadership positions. We are proud of our alumni and appreciate their continued service.
The LCWINS Board of Directors drive the mission and strategy of LCWINS.
The LCWINS Honorary Advisory Committee includes senior national security leaders who share our mission and help raise awareness of the work and impact of LCWINS.
The LCWINS Leadership Council is a group of committed leaders in their fields lend their expertise and time as volunteers to improve the representation of women in America's national security and foreign policy leadership.