Our Gender Champions

  • Jamal Abdi

    National Iranian American Council
  • Andrew Albertson

    Foreign Policy for America
  • Jonathan Bellish

    One Earth Future
  • Jenna Ben-Yehuda

    Truman Center, Truman Project and Women's Foreign Policy Network
  • Matthew Bunn

    Managing the Atom
  • Amb. William J. Burns

    Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
  • Jeff Carter

    Physicians for Social Responsibility
  • Joe Cirincione

    Ploughshares Fund
  • Marissa Conway

    Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy
  • Jonathan Cowan

    Third Way
  • Cary Crawford

    Institute of Nuclear Materials Management
  • Lynn Fahselt

    ReThink Media
  • Maggie Feldman-Piltch

    Unicorn Strategies
  • Brian Finlay

    The Stimson Center
  • Ellen Friedman

    Compton Foundation
  • Nancy Gallagher

    Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland
  • Dr. Vartan Gregorian

    Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Stephen B. Heintz

    Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • Dr. Roger Howsley

    World Institute for Nuclear Security
  • Amb. Bonnie Jenkins

    Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security
  • Derek Johnson

    Global Zero
  • Dr. Chantal de Jonge Oudraat

    Women in International Security
  • Al Jubitz

    Jubitz Foundation
  • Dr. Joanna Kidd

    Ridgeway Information
  • Daryl Kimball

    Arms Control Association
  • Susan Korn

    US Women in Nuclear
  • Marilyn Kray

    American Nuclear Society
  • Valerie Lincy

    Wisconsin Project
  • Kristina Lunz

    Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy
  • Stephen Miles

    Win Without War
  • Dr. Ernest Moniz

    Nuclear Threat Initiative
  • Dr. Matthew Moran

    King's College London
  • Dr. Ali Nouri

    Federation of American Scientists
  • Nancy Parrish

    Women's Action for New Directions
  • Keith Porter

    The Stanley Foundation
  • Dr. William Potter

    James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies
  • Joan Rohlfing

    Nuclear Threat Initiative
  • Elena Sokova

    Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation
  • Cecili Thompson Williams

    Beyond the Bomb
  • Sir Adam Thomson

    European Leadership Network
  • John Tierney

    Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
  • Alexandra Toma

    Peace and Security Funders Group
  • Penny Willgerodt

    The Prospect Hill Foundation

Jamal Abdi
President
National Iranian American Council

Pledges:

  • Aim for 50% of board seats and staff leadership positions held by women, guarantee at least 40% by end of 2019
  • Create, publish and enforce a policy on respectful behavior for events and meetings hosted by NIAC by March 2019
  • Engage in compensation analysis and ensure all staff members are at or above the 50th percentile based on their job description; share this information with all individual staff annually

Andrew Albertson
Executive Director
Foreign Policy for America

Pledges:

  • No less than 40% of the membership of each of our leadership structures will be women (e.g. board of directors, advisory board, city committees, etc).
  • No less than 40% of our event speakers will be women
  • No less than 40% of participants in our scorecard advisory meetings will be women
  • No less than 35% of our Capitol Hill meetings will engage the offices / staff of women MOCs
  • FP4A staff will not appear on single gender panels
  • Elevating women’s voices in media
  • Hearing equal numbers of questions from women and men at our discussion events
  • Including bills introduced by women in our Scorecard

Jonathan Bellish
Acting COO & Vice President, Strategy
One Earth Future

Pledges:

  • OEF pays employees equally regardless of gender, and will publish aggregate pay information on its website.
  • Each of One Earth Future’s programs will develop diversity and inclusion goals for their respective impact assessments, and will report progress on the OEF website.
  • No OEF employee will speak on a panel or participate in conference whose invited panelists and speakers do not represent the populations most affected by the topic, particularly as it relates to gender and nationality. Exceptions can be made only after the panel organizer is informed of OEF’s policy, no accommodation can be made, and the head of OEF Human Resources, COO, or CEO signs off.

Jenna Ben-Yehuda
President and CEO, Truman Center and Truman Project
Founder,Women’s Foreign Policy Network

Truman pledges:

  • Leadership and Accountability
  • Media and Media Promotion
  • Work-Life Balance

 

WFPN pledges:

  • Achieve an average of 50% women’s participation in a specific number of the organization’s largest public events annually.
  • Collaborate with professional networks and organizations dedicated to the issue of increasing women’s participation to host a specific number of events per year.
  • Develop guidelines for hosts and moderators to encourage balanced participation and use of honorifics during panels and Q&A sessions.

Matthew Bunn
Professor of Practice and Co-Principal Investigator
Project on Managing the Atom

Pledges:

  • Expand outreach for our fellowship program, with the goal of ensuring that 40-60% of Managing the Atom research fellows will be female.
  • Set a goal of 50% of invited outside speakers being female.
  • Ensure that all final applicant pools for new hires include female candidates.
  • Establish and promote a formal organizational policy on respect, inclusion, and belonging.

Amb. William J. Burns
President
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Pledges:

  • Hold at least one organization-wide bias awareness training by fiscal year end.
  • Implement an enhanced parental leave policy and explore the implementation of a teleworking policy.
  • More rigorously pursue the cultivation of young talent through our Junior Fellows Program. Partner with at least five top universities to reach out to minority students interested in international affairs, with the objective of developing a diverse community of potential applicants.
  • Strive to engage equal numbers of male and female panelists for the 2019 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference, which brings together experts and officials from more than forty-five countries and international organizations.

Jeff Carter
Executive Director
Physicians for Social Responsibility

Pledges:

  • Achieve gender balance on our Board of Directors by the end of this year.
  • Update our hiring policies/procedures this year to ensure that they promote gender equity.
  • Ensure gender balance as we recruit and mobilize new health professionals to speak out on nuclear weapons issues.
  • Include questions related to gender diversity, equity, and inclusion as a part of our chapter annual reporting process, starting this year.
  • Ensure gender equity when recruiting speakers for our events.

 

Joe Cirincione
President
Ploughshares Fund

Pledges:

  • Every staff member adopts the Panel Parity Pledge, with the goal of avoiding appearing on or hosting single-gender panels unless there are specific, compelling reasons, and tracking and reporting appearances.
  • Program will aim to increase the number and amounts of grants to women-led projects and organizations by 10% or reach parity in each of its campaigns. We recognize this goal is a first step towards improving the diversity of gender identities in our grant leads in the long-term.
  • As part of its commitment to creating a diverse, equitable, and inclusive Board of Directors, the Ploughshares Fund will maintain gender balance on its board.

Marissa Conway
Co-Founder and UK Director
Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy

Pledges:

  • Develop guidelines for CFFP events to encourage balanced panel participation and moderation of Q&A sessions
  • Speak publicly in at least half of all public appearances about how to achieve gender equality in foreign policy
  • Carry out annual workshops (with a facilitator, as needed) for staff on unconscious bias and inclusive leadership.

Jonathan Cowan
President
Third Way

Pledges:

  • Conduct an annual staff survey to monitor the levels of awareness and perception in relation to diversity and inclusion in the organization at all staff levels;
  • Carry out workshops for staff on unconscious bias and inclusive leadership in consultation with external experts; and
  • Train staff on effective interviewing skills to promote concepts of diversity and inclusion in organizational hiring processes.

Cary Crawford
President
Institute of Nuclear Materials Management 

Pledges:

  • Approve no slate of candidates from the Nominating Committee for any individual Executive Committee position that does not have at least one woman. a. Note: as INMM is a volunteer organization, it may occur that no female volunteer can be identified. In such a case, INMM commits to require a written report from the Nominating Committee Chair on steps taken to avoid the single gender slate, and to provide that report to all members.
  • For the technical program of the Annual Meeting: a. Collect data on the gender diversity of paper presenters and chairs over 2 years; b. Require that proposals for discussion panels or Special Sessions include a list of speakers that are not a single gender.
  • Develop new guidelines for Session Chairs at the Annual Meeting on how to achieve diverse participation in discussion/Q&A sessions by recognizing and encouraging contributions from all genders and ages in the audience; convey this guidance in writing as part of a revised Session Chair Guide and verbally at the daily Speakers’ Breakfast.

Lynn Fahselt
Director & Co-Founder
ReThink Media

Pledges:

  • Continue to promote gender and racial diversity as ReThink expands its senior management structure. Increase the ratio of female-identifying board members from 1:2 to 1:1, and maintain 1:2 ratio (or greater) of board members of color, as we double and triple the board size in 2019-20. Maintain or improve 40% female ratio of manager positions in the organization by mid-2020, and increase representation of people of color in management positions to 1/4 or greater.
  • Conduct management-wide and staff-wide bias awareness training on gender and race. This may include training from the Management Center, having all staff take one of the tests on unconscious bias, and/or carrying out workshops for all staff on unconscious bias and inclusive leadership. In addition to our policy of conducting annual 360-degree reviews of all staff, in 2019-20 we will systematize that policy to include the development of a written staff and professional development work plan with each staff member with particular attention to strengthening and positioning the leadership and skills of women and staff of color.
  • In 2018-19 ReThink Media designed and held two media skills trainings tailored to support women and women of color at varying levels of career development within the nuclear policy space. In 2019-20, our goal will be to expand this to four and to continue to dedicate significant staff time to promoting these voices in the media.
  • ReThink Media currently provides all full-time staff with paid maternity and paternity leave, health and retirement benefits, and a paid sabbatical after seven years. We also pay all of our internship and fellowship positions. In 2019-20 our goal will be to formalize and expand our flextime policies and build in opportunities for direct feedback from staff regarding other potential improvements in our work-life policies.

Maggie Feldman-Piltch
Managing Director – Partner
Unicorn Strategies

Pledges:

  • Create and implement a code of conduct for all events, meetings, and activities, including creating ways to review and address potential violations of the code in a meaningful way.
  • Ensure our panels and events include diverse voices with an emphasis on women of color, women in the military, and diversity of political affiliation.
  • Incorporate young and emerging leader’s voices in our events in meaningful ways, including as paper authors, panel introducers, and other substantive roles.

Brian Finlay
President and CEO
The Stimson Center

Pledges:

  • The Stimson Center will develop a toolkit for all of its programs offering workable strategies on how to incorporate a gender perspective in activities and project deliverables.
  • Stimson will institute a targeted professional development plan to diversify the pipeline and professional growth of early-to mid-career women.
  • The Stimson Center will educate all staff on policies, informed by best practices, related to reporting and responding to sexual harassment.

Ellen Friedman
Executive Director
Compton Foundation

Pledges:

  • Compton will target at a minimum 50% of its grantmaking to support women-led organizations.
  • Compton will take steps by 2019 to apply a gender lens to its endowment.
  • Compton commits to have a minimum of 50% women on our board by 2019.

Nancy Gallagher
Director
Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland

Pledges:

  • Develop and implement a plan to communicate through CISSM’s website and programmatic activities that increasing gender and other forms of diversity in the next generation of security policy professionals is a core part of CISSM’s mission.
  • Ensure that at least 50% of speakers at CISSM-sponsored public events are women and others with perspectives that are underrepresented in U.S. security policy  discussions.
  • Meet with CISSM-associated faculty each semester to identify ways to incorporate more women’s perspectives and gender-related dimensions of policy in courses and research to broaden learning objectives and improve policy outcomes.

Dr. Vartan Gregorian
President
Carnegie Corporation of New York

Pledges:

  • Dr. Gregorian, as well as all Corporation staff overseeing nuclear grantmaking, pledge to avoid whenever possible appearing on single-gender panels on nuclear issues.
  • Within our nuclear grantmaking we commit to applying the principles of gender parity embodied in the Panel Parity Pledge to the composition of review panels, juries, and speakers that advise our nuclear grantmaking.
  • Within our nuclear grantmaking we commit to tracking gender balance among our grantees and reporting the results.
  • We commit to circulating a brief survey to our nuclear security grantees to collect information on how they think about and implement gender diversity and to signal that this issue is important to us.
  • Within our nuclear security portfolio, we commit to soliciting more proposals with a gender lens, and to encouraging greater gender balance within new and existing projects. We will report the results of this effort.
Stephen B. Heintz
President
Pledges:
  • Develop a deeper understanding and analysis of how the inclusion of women, women’s perspectives, and feminist/gender lenses contributes to progress on nuclear issues and/or the U.S.-Iran relationship to help inform our grantmaking on these issues.
  • Ask our grantees who host events and meetings on nuclear issues about the inclusion of female speakers, participants, and attendees.
  • Conduct organization-wide bias awareness training on gender and race.

Dr. Roger Howsley
Co-founder and Executive Director
World Institute for Nuclear Security

Pledges:

  • From 2018 onwards, target women inclusion in WINS workshops and WINS Academy courses to improve the gender balance, provide WINS Academy scholarships for women, measure progress at every level and communicate progress and results regularly.
  • Design and implement a dedicated area of the WINS website by 1st July 2018 to promote gender equality and build professional networks.

Amb. Bonnie Jenkins
Founder and President of the Board
Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation

Pledges:

  • Collaborate with professional networks and organizations dedicated to the issue of increasing women’s participation to host a specific number of events per year.
  • Provide media training to the organization’s experts, ensuring attendance/recipients include 50% women.
  • Create a formal mentorship program for mid-career staff in the organization, ensuring that women constitute at least 50% of the mentees and mentors.

Derek Johnson
Executive Director
Global Zero

Pledges:

  • Spearhead a “Women in Nuclear Advocacy” roundtable group to provide a space for women in the movement to discuss strategies, challenges, career paths, and the unique approach that women in this movement can offer. We’d like to begin with a bi-monthly meeting including women leaders from partner organizations and others. We hope to grow the group as more women enter the space and help hiring organizations connect with women job-seekers.
  • Provide media training for all Beyond the Bomb and Global Zero staff – with a particular focus on women who can be positioned as experts for media engagement. In addition, all staff will be trained on the role of women in the movement and ways to highlight gender parity during media interactions.
  • Achieve an average of 50% women’s participation in activist training events and Action Corps Leaders.

Dr. Chantal de Jonge Oudraat
President
Women in International Security

Pledges:

  • Commit to organizing policy roundtables that include panelists of various ethnicity, gender minorities, religion, origin, and political ideology.
  • Commit to adding a gender analysis to the most pressing security issues in any publication, event, or speech.
  • Commit to expanding membership to include ethnicity, gender minorities, religion, origin, and political ideology. WIIS will do so by inviting organizations that it does not traditionally partner with for events or programs. To asses the demographics of our membership, WIIS will include an optional race or origin form for each member to fill out when they create their profile in the WIIS database. At the end of each fiscal year, WIIS will assess our membership demographics internally.

Al Jubitz
Founding Director
Jubitz Foundation

Pledges:

  • Achieve an average of 50% women’s participation in a specific number of the organization’s largest public events annually.
  • Collaborate with professional networks and organizations dedicated to the issue of increasing women’s participation to host a specific number of events per year.
  • Commit that every article, op-ed, and blog post produced by the organization that quotes experts and policymakers includes at least one woman’s quote.
  • Ensure every issue (or a set number of articles each year) of an organization’s magazine, blog, or journal includes at least one article with a feminist or gender lens.
  • Increase the number of grants awarded to women-led projects and organizations by 5% until the grant portfolio has gender parity.
  • Ask grantees for data related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, including gender, for their board, staff, and strategy. If possible, provide aggregate/averaged data about the overall portfolio on the foundation’s website.

Dr. Joanna Kidd
CEO and Director
Ridgeway Information

Pledges:

  • Trial gender blind recruitment for the nuclear non-proliferation programme’s year-long interns
  • All members of the organisation commit to the Panel Parity Pledge when speaking on Ridgeway’s behalf
  • Introduce bias awareness training for all staff

Daryl Kimball
Executive Director
Arms Control Association

Pledges:

  • Ensure that regular media training is available at least once a year to our female early career experts on staff.
  • Apply the Gender Parity Pledge to the recruitment of speakers at events that we organize or co-sponsor.
  • Ensure that at least 30% of the non-staff authors who contribute to our publications in any given year are women; and that we devote at least one feature article or news report in our publication, Arms Control Today, that addresses issues relating to the gendered impacts of weapons and war and/or the gender diversity in the field of arms control.

Susan Korn
Chair of US Women in Nuclear
US Women in Nuclear

Pledges:

  • Foster education of girls in STEM curriculums through our public outreach to help create an interest in nuclear technology careers.
  • Sponsor a Women’s Leadership Cohort in the nuclear industry to help develop high potential women to move into the executive ranks.

Marilyn Kray
President
American Nuclear Society

Pledges:

  • Develop an overview of the roles and responsibilities of session organizers and chairs, which will encourage balanced participation during panels and Q&A sessions.
  • Create, publish, and enforce a policy on respectful behavior for meetings hosted by the organization.
  • Deliberately create/use multiple types of spaces and settings for networking (i.e. not just bars), and ensure those spaces are open to all genders.

Valerie Lincy
Executive Director
Wisconsin Project

Pledges:

  • Ensure that all selection panels and final applicant pools for new positions in the organization are not single gender.
  • Ensure that early career experts (especially women) are single author on at least one article per year.
  • Promote gender diversity in senior management positions, aiming at 50% of board and manager positions are held by women and guaranteeing that at least 40% of such positions are held by women.

Kristina Lunz
Co-Founder and Germany Director
Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy

Pledges:

  • Develop guidelines for CFFP events to encourage balanced panel participation and moderation of Q&A sessions
  • Speak publicly in at least half of all public appearances about how to achieve gender equality in foreign policy
  • Carry out annual workshops (with a facilitator, as needed) for staff on unconscious bias and inclusive leadership.

Stephen Miles
Director
Win Without War

Pledges:

  • Create and educate all staff and board on formal policies, informed by best practices, related to reporting and responding to sex harassment.
  • Ensure Win Without War’s experts list has at least 50% women and/or non-binary individuals.
  • Ensure at least 50% of Win Without War’s 2019 interns are women and/or non-binary individuals.

Dr. Ernest Moniz
Co-Chair and Chief Executive Officer
Nuclear Threat Initiative

Pledges:

  • NTI will work over the next five years to sustain or enhance gender diversity in its leadership team and staff, Board of Directors, and symposia and seminar presenters.
  • NTI will update, within six months, its policies and procedures to ensure that they promote gender equality within the workforce.
  • NTI will conduct annual training focused on promoting respect for diversity within the workplace.

Dr. Matthew Moran
Reader in International Security & Co-Director, Centre for Science and Security Studies (CSSS)
King’s College London

Pledges:

  • Increasing the diversity of speakers at events: All CSSS staff will take reasonable efforts to organise and to participate in events with diverse speakers. To help CSSS and other UK organisations do this, we will work with UK organisations to produce a list of diverse voices on nuclear and related issues, including chemical and biological weapons. We will share this on our website and employ a post-doc or PhD student to maintain and update it every year. CSSS will also seek to take advantage of new systems for video conferencing in our events, to help bring diverse voices to our events in London.
  • Ensuring our events are inclusive: Develop guidelines for hosts and moderators to encourage balanced participation and use of honorifics during panels and Q and A; create, publish and enforce a policy on respectful behaviour for meetings hosted by the organization. The guidelines will be distributed to all speakers at our events as well as shared on our events web page.
  • Diversity and inclusion training: All staff (including visiting staff and interns) will undertake the relevant D&I training offered by King’s in their first 3 months. Any staff with a management role (including supervision of post-docs) will undertake King’s D&I training for managers within 3 months of assuming a management role.
  • We hope to work with other nuclear and international security-focussed organisations around London to create a day-long event for secondary school students (targeting all-girl schools, with mixed schools able to send delegations that have gender parity). The idea would be to introduce them in an exciting way to nuclear issues and the opportunities for studying and working in the field. We would work with widening participation at King’s and explore using the new King’s Science Gallery or a similar venue.

Dr. Ali Nouri
President
Federation of American Scientists

Pledges:

  • FAS will make sure to add at least 2 women to the board within one year.
  • FAS will develop a parental leave policy.
  • FAS will make sure that interns don’t work without compensation.

Nancy Parrish
Executive Director
Women’s Action for New Directions

Pledges:

  • WAND is committed to hiring and promoting women from diverse backgrounds. We particularly seek to raise the voices of women of color, LGBTQ women, and differently abled women because we believe that having a diversity of experience is critical to producing the highest quality work and effectively communicating to the largest audience possible.
  • WAND is committed to being a resource for others organizations and individuals seeking diverse women’s voices for speaking and writing opportunities.
  • WAND will host monthly meetings for women Capitol Hill staffers who work in or are interested in denuclearization, peace, and national security. These meetings are bi-partisan and are led by a different woman expert each month. The goal is to create a space where women who are early in their career can learn from those who are more seasoned and we can grow the number of women who will continue to work in the field as policy experts, activists, and elected officials.

Keith Porter
President and CEO
The Stanley Foundation

Pledges:

  • Create and adhere to a set of principles regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion, including gender, in developing invitation lists for our nuclear policy programming events, and ask our partners to adhere to them as well for those events we plan jointly.
  • Achieve an average of 45% women’s participation in our nuclear policy programming events in 2019 and 50% by 2020.
  • Develop guidelines for roundtable chairs and other discussion leaders to encourage balanced participation and use of honorifics during our nuclear policy programming events.

Dr. William Potter
Center for Nonproliferation Studies Founder
James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies

Pledges:

  • Include at least one woman as a principal subject expert in every grant proposal.
  • Commit to gender parity in the distribution of CNS graduate research assistantships every semester.
  • Ensure that there is gender parity in the CNS Summer Undergraduate Fellowship Program.

Joan Rohlfing
President/COO
Nuclear Threat Initiative

Pledges:

  • NTI will work over the next five years to sustain or enhance gender diversity in its leadership team and staff, Board of Directors, and symposia and seminar presenters.
  • NTI will update, within six months, its policies and procedures to ensure that they promote gender equality within the workforce.
  • NTI will conduct annual training focused on promoting respect for diversity within the workplace.

Elena Sokova
Executive Director
Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation

Pledges:

  • Achieve gender parity in the VCDNP biannual training courses on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament, including among the lecturers for the course.
  • Hold and participate in at least three events focused on the role of women in nuclear (panel discussions, specialized events, and outreach to universities).

Cecili Thompson Williams
Director
Beyond the Bomb

Pledges:

  • Spearhead a “Women in Nuclear Advocacy” roundtable group to provide a space for women in the movement to discuss strategies, challenges, career paths, and the unique approach that women in this movement can offer. We’d like to begin with a bi-monthly meeting including women leaders from partner organizations and others. We hope to grow the group as more women enter the space and help hiring organizations connect with women job-seekers.
  • Provide media training for all Beyond the Bomb and Global Zero staff – with a particular focus on women who can be positioned as experts for media engagement. In addition, all staff will be trained on the role of women in the movement and ways to highlight gender parity during media interactions.
  • Achieve an average of 50% women’s participation in activist training events and Action Corps Leaders.

Sir Adam Thomson
Director
European Leadership Network 

Pledges:

  • We will extend the personal panel parity pledge to the whole ELN team so that we all challenge unbalanced panels (as per the terms of the pledge).
  • We will improve gender balance in our commissioning practice. We will survey our performance since June 2017 and then establish a percentage improvement target, preferably 50% of commissioned authors for the ELN website to be female by the 3 month period March-May 2020.
  • We will improve gender balance in all three of our main networks: senior, mid-career (Contact Group) and the Younger Generation Leaders Network (YGLN). We will aim to make the biggest percentage improvement by 1 June 2020 in the network where it is needed most – our senior network.
  • We will improve gender balance on our Executive Board by 1 August 2020 (allowing for the likely timing of AGMs).

John Tierney
Executive Director 
Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation

Pledges:

  • Aim for our early career experts (especially women) to be a single author on at least one blog and one outside published piece per quarter.
  • Aim for 40-50% social media exposure for all female staff and interested board members.
  • Aim for at least one female expert on each Nukes of Hazard podcast.

Alexandra Toma
Executive Director
Peace and Security Funders Group

Pledges:

  • Ensure that all selection panels and final applicant pools for new positions in the organization are diverse on a number of characteristics, including gender and race.
  • Pay PSFG’s Fellows (interns) a living wage, and travel and networking stipends.
  • Conduct organization-wide bias awareness training on gender and race.

Penny Willgerodt
Executive Director
The Prospect Hill Foundation

Pledges:

  • Increase funding by at least 5% in FY2019 going to disarmament/nuclear security/arms control projects led by women.
  • Present a woman nuclear expert speaker to the PHF Board at one board meeting in FY2019.
  • Create a toolkit for current grantees to undergo staff surveys to monitor levels of awareness in their respective organizations about gender equity.