The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce invites you to nominate a woman professional from your organization for our Women’s Leadership Program Class of 2024.
Women's Leadership Program empowers women leaders with the skills and a network they need to excel in their own careers and to create conditions for other women to thrive. 
To learn more about the program curriculum & dates, visit this page.

The cost of participation, which includes sessions, course materials, and tuition at Simmons University is $4,500 for the virtual cohort and $5,500 for the in-person cohort. 

  • Self-motivated, high-performing women at any stage in their careers who are committed to full program participation.
  • Currently employed by a Chamber member organization.
  • Diversity is also strongly considered when making selection decisions.
  • Though self-nominations are accepted, we encourage you to solicit a nomination from your manager or another leader to ensure you have organizational support to participate.

Selection Process

We will send the nominee a link to submit an application starting on June 6, 2023. Nominations are due by August 25, 2023 and applications are due by August 25, 2023. A selection committee will make and communicate decisions by early-mid September. 
If you have any questions, please contact Colin Wilson, Learning & Development Programs Coordinator, at 

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* 1. Your Contact Information (Nominator)

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* 2. Are you nominating yourself?

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* 3. Who are you nominating?

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* 4. Why are you nominating this candidate? Please share 2-3 primary reasons.

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* 5. How did you find out about Women's Leadership Program?

Please press "done" on the bottom of the page to submit your nomination.

We will accept rolling nominations through August 25, 2023. Nominees will be invited to complete an online application due by August 25, 2023.

Thank you for your nomination! If you have any questions, please contact Colin Wilson, Learning & Development Program Coordinator at