Week of Women (WoW) is a nationwide, annual event that gathers, in a cross-ethnic setting, more than 120 women and men from political parties, civil society, business, media, and academia, with the aim of expanding the pipeline of local women leaders skilled to assume greater leadership positions. Throughout the past ten years, WoW has become a critical venue for policy debate and intensive discussion with leading politicians and elected officials. This enables participants to hold their representatives accountable while simultaneously developing and shining a spotlight on women’s leadership. Since its launch, more than 900 participants, including women, men, youth, and minorities, have participated over the past nine years. More than 100 WoW alumni ran for office, and at least 18 taking on roles as ministers, deputy ministers, and senior government advisors, and MPs.