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The program, with its aim to promote women empowerment and leadership, carves out an important niche in the landscape of executive programs. Although the strengthening of new female leadership roles is not the focus of most executive programs in Brazil, the theme is internationally recognized and has gained special attention today as companies and organizations that aim to promote gender equity tackle persistent gender inequality and gender bias in the workplace.

We understand the challenges to professional growth in women's careers and the role that networks play as a decisive factor in replicating good practices and encouraging behaviors focused on changing the institutional culture of agencies and public agencies. Executive education programs for women with a leadership profile are often designed with the sole purpose of bringing together leading women to share experiences, design new professional strategies and deepen reflection on innovation and positive disruptions in the institutions where they operate.