Furman’s Women’s Leadership Institute recognizes 2020 graduates

Greenville Journal

The Women’s Leadership Institute of Furman University recently recognized its class of 2020 graduates. This year’s class was comprised of more than 30 women from a variety of fields.
Since first forming as a lunch-and-learn networking event called Connections in 1998, the WLI has evolved into an annual program consisting of four half-day sessions covering topics such as negotiation and conflict resolution, communication skills, public speaking and leadership styles.