Nina Corder

Managing Director, Women Of Toledo
Nina Corder

Nina Corder is originally from Malaysia; but resides in Toledo for the past 20 years. She is the Managing Director of a grassroots educational and women nonprofit organization-Inclusive for Women Inc DBA Woman of Toledo (WOT). WOT become a hub where a diverse group of women’s leaders committed to bringing together a community to learn from and about each other at advocating for Diversity & Inclusion with a focus on Women Economic Empowerment.

She is also work as Global Destination Services Consultant with International Services. Actively consulting with assignees from Dana Corp, Grammer AG., and Owens Corning. In her lifetime, Nina has worked and lived in five countries, and traveled to more than 20 countries around the world.

She is also the President of American Association of University Women (AAUW)-Toledo Branch, serve for City of Toledo’s Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) Initiatives and 2017 United Nation Women’s Empower Women Champions for Change recipient working on HerHub Initiatives in Greater Toledo. Nina also represent District 9 -Ohio Delegates lobbying for Tittle IX in Capital Hill, Washington DC and 2016 Members of the White House Council for Women & Girls under Obama Administration.

Recent recipients 2017-2018 BNI of Northwest Ohio Jim Knott Community Service Award Recipient.

Prior to managing Women of Toledo, Nina served as a Chief of Operations for So Now Professional Network for Women. In addition, Nina was recognized as the Power of Women for the Junior League of Toledo, served as a Chairperson for the Secor Artist Network, So Now Network of Women Board Members, Steering Committee for Women of The World (WOW) Symposium and an Ambassador for the Momentum Northwest Ohio Young Women's Summit.

Nina earned both her Masters and Bachelor Degree from the University of Toledo, and completed her post-doctoral EDD in organization leadership with concentration in nonprofit culture and diversity.

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Breakout Session: "The Story of the Mouse, the Monster, and ME!" - Assertive Communication
Becoming assertive involves developing an awareness of what you need and want and believing that you have the right to ask for what you want. You treat yourself and your needs with the same respect and dignity as you’re expected to give to others. Acting assertively is a way of developing self-respect and self-worth. There is a two-way interaction between self-esteem and assertiveness. You may be surprised that assertive behavior brings you a greater response and increased respect from others and this experience, in turn, enhances your self-worth.
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