At WLF, we seek to stay informed on the latest research on women’s leadership, and we pride ourselves on carefully curating high-quality content for our program participants.  We also provide thought leadership through our own writing and publications.


We are avid readers at WLF! Here are some of our favorite books and other reading materials on women’s leadership.



Looking for inspiration on WLF curriculum topics?  Our blog offers reminders of the skills we teach and our thoughts on specific coaching questions.


“Simply put, Susan Dunlap and the Women’s Leadership Forum (WLF) produce better, more enlightened leaders at my firm – and helped me become one of them.”

Nikki Reeves, Partner, King & Spalding

“For me, WLF was about finding my tribe without even realizing I was looking for or needing one.”

Kara Daniels, Partner, Arnold & Porter

“WLF has had more beneficial impact on my career development as a senior lawyer than any mentor or matter I have ever had.”

Annie Froehlich, Counsel, Latham & Watkins

“This is the most valuable investment I have ever made in myself.”

Jennifer Bragg, Partner, Skadden Arps

“I have participated in WLF for over five years – during that time I made partner at my firm and had three more children (for a total of four!).  I love my life, both professionally and personally, and WLF gave me the tools to help make that happen.”

Preeya Noronha Pinto, Partner, King & Spalding

There are a lot of statistics out there about too few women equity partners, not enough women in the C-suite, etc. WLF is teaching women how to become leaders and achieve those senior positions – and enjoy each step of the way – one woman at a time.”

Partner, AmLaw 50 Firm

“Although the time investment seems daunting (especially when you bill by the hour), the rewards are boundless. If it doesn’t transform your life, at a minimum, it will transform your attitude about your life and your choices on how you want to live it.”

Partner, AmLaw 50 Firm