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Please take a moment to explore our resources and to learn about how Voices of Women supports women in finding their voice. Click on WWW.WLFI.COM to see a brief video clip about Voices of Women.

IVoW offers opportunities for women to connect.

Power of Women's Story
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Women's Leadership Kit
             Go to IVoW Resources to learn more about
              this new resource created in partnership
  by Margaret Wheatley, Christina Baldwin & Anne Linnea


If you would like to receive information about IVoW events, email us at indianavoicesofwomen@gmail.com and request to be placed on the email list.

Applications are NOW being accepted for the
2014-15 IVoW Experience
The next nine-month IVoW Experience begins August 2014

Indiana Voices of Women (IVoW) offers a nine-month educational and spiritual journey which was originally created by Miriam Therese Winter at Hartford Seminary in Connecticut.

Applications for the 2014-15 IVoW Experience will be accepted beginning January 2014. If you would like to discuss your potential participation in the program please contact Barbara Kerkhoff, IVoW Orchestrator, at indianavoicesofwomen@gmail.com or call 765-418-3772.

 
Voices of Women is rooted in the belief that as women we are best encouraged to work out of our own creative passions and speak strongly with our own voices when we have opportunities to:


The strength of this curriculum-based program is in the capacity to speak honestly to women's deepest needs, as well as to affirm the journey of all women. This experience offers a rich mix of spirituality, ritual and practical application as a basis for facilitating leadership in the community where we live and work.
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"My sisters, my daughters, my friends - - find your voice!"
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
President of Liberia
2011 Nobel Peace Laureate