Each year, at the AUSA Annual Meeting at the Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C., the Army Women’s Foundation brings together experts on defense, economic, political, health, and social issues that affect soldiers, particularly women soldiers. We’ve examined and celebrated the changing military missions and roles of Army women, the challenges they face transitioning back to civilian life, and their resiliency in handling both.
We look forward to continuing the dialog necessary for supporting strong soldiers and families.
2023 Annual Leadership Symposium at AUSA
With a theme of “Be All You Can Be,” the U.S. Army Women’s Foundation Leadership Symposium will highlight how Army women are innovating and adapting to operate in an evolving and complex world. From recruiting, retention, and talent management, to training and mentoring the force for a multidomain fight.
2022 Annual Leadership Symposium
The U.S. Army Women’s Foundation presented a dynamic symposium highlighting senior Army women’s talents, resiliency, and capabilities, presenting a wide range of leadership experiences. Our theme for this year’s program was “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow – Army Women Telling Their Stories.” In this leadership symposium, four senior Army leaders answered questions about military experience, leadership, advice, and opportunities in the Army.