Women 100 Forum
The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (RMAS) created the forum to mark the 100 years celebration of the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) foundation, when women officially joined the British Armed Forces in military supportive roles. RMAS chose the 100th year anniversary as an opening to engage with a large number of organisations who have a shared interest in a future where a range of skilled, inclusive and diverse women are regarded as the most important factors in success.
Together we continue to develop the excellent work started at the W100 Strategic Forum – focussed on female empowerment and maximising the talent of women in the workplace.
We very much appreciate your continued engagement in this project so that further valuable insight can be gained, analysed and shared across our mutual organisations and network.
Please support a short survey based around the themes of the Forum designed to understand how you and your organisations are maximising the talent of women in the workplace.
All participants for the survey will be completely anonymous and no personal information is required.
TO COMPLETE THE SURVEY, CLICK HERE
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CLICK HERE