An Astounding Turnout of 880 Participants from 82 Economies

Fuels Success of the 2004 Global Summit of Women

2004 Summit Sponsors
SungJoo Design Tech & Distribution Inc.

Global Summit of Women 2004
Seoul, Korea
May 27-29,  2004


2004 Photo Gallery

From the front page of the Korea Herald:
Banner hanging from Seoul's City Hall welcomes Summit delegates.

The Ministerial Roundtable at the 2004 Summit in Seoul.

Prime Minister of Mozambique Luisa Diogo, Vice President of Vietnam Truong My Hoa, Summit President Irene Natividad, Minister of Gender Equality Eun-Hee Chi, Monica Emerson, Executive Director - Corporate Diversity Office, DaimlerChrysler, and Minister of International Cooperation of Mozambique Lidia Brito join hands at Ministerial Roundtable on Women's Economic Development at the Global Summit of Women 2004.

At podium, Sung Joo Kim, CEO of Sung Joo Group.  Monica Emerson of DaimlerChrysler looks on (second from left).

2004 Parade of Ministers.

Summit President with the Vice President of Vietnam, Korea's Minister of Women, local business leaders and WEXPO vendors at the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the first WEXPO



What was presented...

Speeches from 2004 Summit  Sessions

Who participated ...

Economies Represented

International Planning Committee

Global Members &
International Partners

2004 Keynote Speakers

Luisa Diogo
Prime Minister; Minister of Planning & Finance, Mozambique
Named to the 2004 Time 100
Full article

and Honorary Co-Chair

Truong My Hoa
Vice President, Vietnam

2004 Summit Awardees

Global Women’s Leadership Award

Gertrude Mongella

African Parliament President Gertrude Mongella receives Global Women's Leadership Award from Summit President Irene Natividad (left) and Mozambiquan Prime Minister Luisa Diogo (right).

Korea Women’s Leadership Award

Dr. In Ho Lee

The recipient of the Korean Women's

Leadership Award, Dr. In Ho Lee, 

with Sung Joo Kim and Irene Natividad

Summit Outcomes...

McKinsey Report:
Leveraging Female Talent in Asia
Sponsored by McKinsey & Company

2004 Global Summit of Women Report: Women Government Executives Worldwide
Sponsored by DaimlerChrysler

What the Press is Saying...

"Summit Calls for More Women Leaders: Asia-Pacific Region Has Lowest Female Cabinet Representation"

"Korea Urged to Do More to Enhance Women's Status"

"Asia-Pacific Leads Other Regions in Women Presidents, Premiers"

 "International Women's Summit Opens in Seoul"

"A Tough Road to Equality for Korean Women"



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