Tervis CFO Accepted Into The International Women's Forum 26th Class of Fellows

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The International Women’s Forum (IWF) Leadership Foundation announced its 2019-2020 Fellows Class, featuring 38 top-performing women leaders from 11 countries. Chief Financial Officer Hosana Fieber, of  Venice company Tervis Tumbler Company, was chosen to join the 26th Class of Fellows. Each year, the IWF Leadership Foundation selects a group of diverse and accomplished women from a competitive applicant pool to partake in the Fellows Program, a year-long, intensive leadership development experience. Previous classes include Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Governor of Victoria, Australia Linda Dessau, Former NASA Director Ellen Ochoa, and Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

This class of Fellows will convene for the first time in November at the 2019 IWF World Leadership Conference in Toronto, where they will participate in orientation and training sessions conducted by IWF members. The orientation will be followed in 2020 by executive education programs at INSEAD and Harvard Business School. Additionally, each Fellow will be paired with an IWF member-mentor and tasked with completing a legacy project that will leverage the skills they learned to help others. 

Photo of Hosana Fieber, courtesy of Tervis.

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