The Women’s Forum for the Economy & Society recently conducted its global, annual conference, calling on leaders across generations, cultures, backgrounds and geographies to take collective action on global challenges like economic and health inequalities and climate change. In response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on global health disparities and gender equality, the Women’s Forum convened its global conference to focus on “women’s issues as human issues” – believing that diversity nurtures the ideal environment for creativity and innovation, generating a positive societal impact.
Lisa Stevens, Aon’s chief people officer and head of global human capital solutions, and Julie Page, Aon’s chief executive officer, UK, each participated in panel discussions during the conference, demonstrating our values of being committed, united and passionate.
- Women’s Health Through the Life-Course: Stevens and other speakers answer the question, “how can we develop long-term approaches to women’s health that take into account social behavior and policy drivers that affect health at every life stage?”
- Uniting Innovation and Purpose: Page shares her perspective on Aon’s purpose and what it means for colleagues, clients and society.
The Women’s Forum is an organization built on an active community of more than 30,000 engaged ambassadors, committed to providing an international platform for action, highlighting women’s voices and their vision to create a more inclusive future for all.