THE FUTURE OF INCLUSIVITY
Will you join us?
Become a Pillar of Support for Women Empowering Defence
We’re on a mission to uplift and empower women within the Defence and Security Sector, and we believe in the power of collaboration to achieve this. If you or your organisation are passionate about this cause and wish to extend your support, we invite you to reach out. Let’s join hands and chart a path forward, amplifying the impact and driving change together.
We stand together
In a world where unity is strength, Women Empowering Defence stands as a beacon of solidarity and empowerment. We are a collective force, uniting individuals across the Defence and Security Sector, with a shared mission to champion gender equality and celebrate the diverse achievements of women.
Our organisation is built on the foundation of mutual respect, inclusivity, and a steadfast commitment to breaking down barriers. We are here to challenge biases, to shine a light on the accomplishments of women in our sector, and to inspire meaningful change. Together, we are not just shaping the present, but we are also crafting a more inclusive and equitable future.
We believe in the power of celebration, the strength of diversity, and the potential of every individual. Join us as we stand together, breaking barriers, inspiring change, and shaping a future where everyone can thrive.
Challenging biases and celebrating diverse women’s achievements in defence and security.
Providing a platform for individuals to celebrate their achievements and boost morale.
Sparking discussions and fostering aspirations for a more inclusive future workforce.
Actively showcasing women’s achievements to foster inclusivity and equal opportunities.
We would like to tell you more about why you should join us
If you think we could be a good fit for each other Please contact us, we look forward to speaking with you.
“As founders of Women Empowering Defence, we’re committed to promoting gender equality and celebrating the achievements of women in our sector. Join us in breaking barriers and shaping a more inclusive future.”
Jodie Evans & Natalie Maddox-Hussain