Win-Win Coalition members are dedicated to facilitating work across sectors to deepen the impact of women’s empowerment programs for women, business and society.
Views of one member do not necessarily reflect the views of the Coalition as a whole or any other member.
(as of November 2016)
Ana Criquillion is a French-Nicaraguan long time gender justice and women’s rights activist. She is founder of Puntos de Encuentro (“Common Ground”), a Nicaraguan non-profit organization, specialized in communication for social change and women’s and girls’ rights as well as a founder of several women’s funds. In 2005, Ana was selected by Ashoka as fellow, an award that honors innovative social entrepreneurs from all over the world. Since 2010, she has worked as an independent international consultant, specializing in feminist non-profit start-up, management and resource development. Ana is currently coordinating the start up of a new digital campaigning platform dedicated to gender justice and women and girls’ rights, to be launched in 2016.
Dina Dublon is a member of the Board of Directors of Accenture and PepsiCo Inc. and is a member of the Supervisory Board at Deutsche Bank. Earlier she served as Chief Financial Officer at JPMorganChase and a Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School. She was also the Co-Chair of the Women's Refugee Commission and a member of the Board of Directors of the Global Fund for Women for ten years.
Jennifer Milliken leads Milliken Strategy & Communications, a consulting firm she began in 2007 that specializes in corporate and NGO strategy as well as resource mobilization. Among her roles, Jennifer oversees and directs all content for the Women’s Forum on the Economy & Society. Based on her success with their Global Meeting over the last six years, she has been engaged to create/advise on dynamic programs for national Women’s Forums in Myanmar, Dubai, Brazil, Mexico and Italy. Jennifer worked previously as Principal at Smadja & Associates where she combined her analytical and networking expertise to build a variety of business initiatives for international corporations.
Lisa Witter is an award-winning serial social and political entrepreneur, writer and public speaker. She is an expert in the intersections of women's issues, communications, government, politics, philanthropy and behavioral change. In 2010, she was honored as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and serves on WEF's Global Agenda Council for Behavior. She is the Co-founder and Chairman of Apolitical, whose mission is to make government great for citizens everywhere by supporting the innovative and impactful public servants working on solving our hardest problems. She founded and is a special advisor to Assemblyfor, a B-Corp that applies behavioral science for social good and was a partner and an executive for the largest public interest communications agency in the U.S., Fenton, for 13 years.
Marissa Wesely, Chief Executive Officer
Marissa Wesely is the Chief Executive Officer of Win-Win Strategies.
She is also an Advisor to the “Path to Empowerment” series hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Corporate Citizenship Center. Previously, she was a 2014 Fellow at Harvard’s Advanced Leadership Initiative and a Global Fellow at the Wilson Center, affiliated with the Center’s Global Women’s Leadership Initiative. Marissa is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and an active member of a number of non-profit boards, including the Board of Directors of Global Fund for Women.
Prior to 2014, Marissa was a corporate partner at the global law firm Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, and was regularly recognized as a leading lawyer in banking and finance, including as the 2013 Finance Lawyer of the Year at the Chambers’ Women in Law Awards. As a long-standing advocate for women’s rights in diverse settings, Marissa has received many awards, including the ABA’s 2014 Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award, which recognizes lawyers who have excelled in their field and inspired other women lawyers. Marissa speaks and writes regularly on issues of women’s leadership and women’s rights, including as the author, with Dina Dublon, of the cover story in Stanford Social Innovation Review’s spring 2015 issue, “Empowering Women at the Grassroots."
Top Image: Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, New York 2013