Athena Valley of the Sun is dedicated to leadership development to position women for success in business and career, life and community endeavors.
AVOS offers the opportunity to experience extraordinary women as role models that exist in each of us. Our organization provides opportunities for sharing stories of overcoming odds, challenging broken systems, taking brave actions, mending polarities or being the calming voice in the shouting of oppositions.
Athena VOS strives to develop the next generation of women leaders through the Young Athena Leadership Program, Young ATHENA Clubs and Symposiums.
This program offers young women, in grades 11 and 12, a unique opportunity to explore eight leadership principles through training, service learning activities, and motivational experiences.
ATHENA Valley of the Sun honors exceptional Arizona women and the amazing things they are doing in our community.
By honoring exceptional leaders, the ATHENA® Leadership Award program seeks to inspire others to achieve excellence in their professional and personal lives.
ATHENA Executive Leadership Certificate is offered in partnership with ATHENA International and Acacia University.
The certificate program content covers a deep dive into the ATHENA Leadership Principles to include coaching on how to enhance your strengths, face leadership challenges and master your leadership capacity.
Join this collaborative group who are concerned about the future of women leadership in education, business and community in the Valley. Lets make a difference by sharing what we know about finance, strategy, business acumen, community building and women’s leadership.
Guests are welcome to attend up to 2 Emerging ATHENA meetings at the guest rate before becoming a member of ATHENA Valley of the Sun.
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ATHENA is an amazing organization that supports and develops women leaders.Monica Kelly
Athena is so much more than business networking. In fact, it’s not about that at all. And although becoming better networked is a happy by-product, it’s really about developing the leadership skills for ongoing success.Karen Estrin