Hosted our first five-day forum at Trinity University with 50 guests.
Grew our audience from ambassadors of two-countries to over 30+ country representatives in attendance
Moved the forum to the Southern Methodist University School of Cox and welcomed guests from 85+ countries
Received applications from over 150+ countries and raised 80k in sponsorships
Restructured the forum to a one day summit in Tampa, Florida with an audience of over 400+ Leaders. That same year we hosted a Military Forum in partnership with McDill Airforce Base.
Survived a pandemic!
Hosted the forum digitally with 500+ attendees and Ambassadors and launched our first mastermind focused on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
Rebranded the Women Ambassadors Forum to realign with our values and expand our work through cultural immersions and the launch of our membership
[Women Ambassadors Forum]
In 2015, the Women Ambassadors Forum (WAF) was founded by Ingrid Harb, while she was a student in her early twenties, with the mission to unify a diverse network of female change makers from around the world to become part of a physical community of ambassadors. Through our global network of ambassadors, our organization impacts not only each of our selected participants, but also the communities to which they dedicate their efforts to make a positive impact.
Since 2015, every year, we have welcomed 200+ young leaders from 150+ countries with the ultimate goal of connecting the world’s most impactful young leaders to create a better world, with more responsible and effective leadership.
In order to empower, we must also purse changes in the way people think as well as in the laws and traditions that are in place. The Women Ambassadors Forum focuses not only on providing the tools and opportunities for women to become the best leaders they can be— but to also inform and educate about how we can change the world we live in.
[About our founder]
INTERNATIONAL SPEAKER, GLOBAL ADVOCATE & ENABLER OF CHANGE
Ingrid Harb is an international speaker and founder of three globally recognized organizations, she also identifies as a #MexicanAmerican. Throughout her upbringing, neither country accepted her wholeheartedly, deciding she was always “too much” of one culture and not enough of the other. This limiting belief didn’t stop Ingrid, and she relays the message that it shouldn’t stop you either. At only 27 Ingrid has raised 500k+ funds, partnered with over 50 Fortune 500 Companies and created over 40+ global forums and local forums that have reached women from over 135 countries. On a personal level, Ingrid is on a spiritual journey to create safe, profound and loving containers for women to awaken the depth and light within themselves. The wisdom she is sharing and learning from is rooted in Native American rituals and ceremonies, helping women connect to their truth.
The forum includes
We designed a forum that provides each ambassador the necessary tools to excel and generate a ripple effect not only in their respective communities but also worldwide.
Hands on workshops
Private Facebook Group
Every year, we obtain a pool of applications from proactive leaders from across the globe that have already demonstrated an effort to create change within their social environments. Once reviewing applications, we then invite a selective pool of applicants to attend our forum.