OWL Hawaii

The Organization of Women Leaders is a professional organization of women executives seeking to unite leaders of the public and private sectors   in Hawaii. For more than two decades, the membership has been represented by a broad specturm of civic, business and government leaders.

Next Lunch Meeting:   JULY 13, 2015  (Monday)
11:30 am  at The Pacific Club
Cost:  $45  (please reserve by July 8, 2015)

Our Speaker:

Meda Chesney-Lind, Ph.D.

Women’s Study — University of Hawaii at Manoa

“Looking Forward, Looking Backward:  The History of the Women’s Movement in Hawaii”

The presentation will reflect on the unique aspects of women’s history in our islands and it will focus on notable women as well as review events that characterized each of the “waves” of feminist efforts.

Meda Chesney-Lind, PhD teaches women studies at UH Manoa.  She is nationally recognized for her work on women &  crime & an advocate for women & girls who come in contact with the criminal justice system.  In 2013, she was honored by the Western Society of Criminology for her contributions to the field of gender, crime & justice.  Meda earned her undergraduate degree from Whitman College in Washington, then a Masters & Ph.D. degrees in Sociology at UH Manoa.


OWL Is a Wise Way for Women to Connect!

The Organization of Women Leaders is a great way to connect with other women executives from the public and private sectors. Connect your friends, colleagues and business associates to OWL by inviting them to join OWL or be your guest at an OWL luncheon. Guest registration for OWL luncheons is $45 per event (luncheon is included in membership for OWL members).

OWL events are a great place to:

  • Hear ideas from Hawaii’s most successful business and community leaders
  • Sharpen business and negotiation skills
  • Network with powerful women business and community leaders

Please  Contact Us  if you’re interested in becoming a member of the Organization of Women Leaders.