Partnership strives to improve the status of women in business
When women do better, countries do better. Engility is proud to participate in the 2017 Fortune/U.S. Department of State Global Women’s Mentoring Partnership, a public-private partnership between the U.S. Department of State and Fortune Most Powerful Women. This international exchange program pairs top female executives in the U.S. with emerging leaders from around the world. The program aims to improve the status of women in business by providing them with skills and experience to enhance their leadership capacities, expand their networks and “pay it forward” in their businesses, communities and countries.
Engility CEO Lynn Dugle will mentor Tshikani Colleen Makhubele, one of the founding members of the Mzumbe Group of Companies and currently director and CEO. From April 30 to May 12, Makhubele will meet with Dugle and other senior leadership across Engility to learn best practices in business and leadership.