- Dr. Farhat Asif, President of IPDS and Co-Founder of Diplomatic Insight Group, is the first Pakistani woman selected for the 2023-2024 IWF Leadership Fellows program.
- The IWF program empowers emerging women leaders across fields.
- Dr. Asif’s notable journey includes awards like the N-Peace Award and a Coady Institute fellowship.
Dr. Farhat Asif, serving as the President of the Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies (IPDS) and being a Co-Founder of the Diplomatic Insight Group, has achieved an extraordinary feat. She has become the first Pakistani woman to be chosen for the highly esteemed 2023-2024 International Women’s Forum (IWF) Leadership Fellows program.
Dr. Farhat is a notable figure known for her contributions to the fields of peace, diplomacy, and international relations.Her work reflects a commitment to promoting peace and advancing diplomatic initiatives on both national and international levels.
What is the IWF Leadership Fellows Class?
Dr. Farhat Asif’s inclusion in the 2023-2024 IWF Leadership Fellows class is a momentous milestone, underscoring her outstanding achievements and steadfast dedication to advancing women’s leadership, as stated in a press release.
The IWF Leadership Fellows Class is a prestigious program offered by the International Women’s Forum (IWF). The International Women’s Forum is a global organization that brings together accomplished women leaders from various fields, including business, politics, academia, and the arts. The Leadership Fellows Class is designed to identify and nurture emerging women leaders who have demonstrated exceptional potential and commitment in their respective fields.
Selected participants in the Leadership Fellows Class typically undergo a rigorous and immersive leadership development program. This program includes mentorship, networking opportunities, skill-building workshops, and exposure to a diverse range of leaders and experiences. The aim is to empower these emerging leaders to have a greater impact in their careers and communities.