Meet our Alumnae

Meet our Alumnae, and see how they continue to #LeadLikeEleanor

Here’s to the brilliant women who continue to channel the compassion and tenacity of Eleanor Roosevelt in everything they do. Their stories are inspirational and their determination is awe inspiring. We could not be more proud of their accomplishments.



Meet Delphi Cleaveland, GLW 2010

Delphi is a recent Cornell University grad who majored in German area studies, feminist, gender & sexuality studies, and law &amp: Society. Hear her story:

“The empowerment derived from my experience at Girls’ Leadership Worldwide, the fearless tenacity and strength of young women working together, they’re qualities I know will stick with me for the rest of my life.”


Please contact us if you would like to be put in contact with a GLW alumna. Members of our expansive alumnae network are always happy to answer questions and usher in the next class!

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Girls from Around the World

[Green Star] GLW international participants (33 countries)
[Blue Cirlce] GLW domestic participants (33 countries)


Alumnae Stories

To the wonderful women of GLW’s past: We invite you to share your stories, your favorite memories, and the hottest headlines of your life today! Where have your adventures taken you? What fresh wonders have you come across and pursued? What sets your soul on fire these days? Let this be YOUR platform for expression, a place to showcase your accomplishments and share in the empowerment of female-driven leadership. Feel free to attach links to your blog, photos of your favorite things, or screenshots of the wonderful woman you are today! All stories gathered will be compiled and shared on our website and social media in celebration and encouragement of EMPOWERING GIRLS EVERYWHERE!

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Universal Declaration of Human Rights

Article 20 (1) Everyone has the right to freedom of peaceful assembly and association.
(2) No one may be compelled to belong to an association.