Ways to Engage
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Ways to Engage
Written by Womenetics Monday, May 13 2013
"Womenetics gave me this unique opportunity to travel across the country for the first time, to share my work and, most importantly, to learn about women's lives around the world," writes Kimberly Topping, a student at Lesley University in Massachusetts, in a letter about her experience as a 2012 Advancing Aspirations Global Scholarship (AAGS) winner. Womenetics has once again partnered US Bank and Discover for the fourth annual AAGS essay contest, which will award a total of $22,000 to 10 deserving finalists./p>
Tuesday, February 19 2013
From the CEO of a national restaurant chain to a groundbreaking “Super Lawyer” to an award-winning theater director, the honorees of the fourth annual Womenetics Atlanta POW! Awards are fearless problem-solvers who represent diverse backgrounds and industries, and make significant contributions to Atlanta’s business and cultural landscape.
A world-renowned neurosurgeon, the global leader of corporate responsibility for a Fortune 1000 corporation and a Top 10 Green Business owner are among the nine honorees of the inaugural Chicago POW! Awards, presented by Womenetics. The first annual Chicago awards will take place on March 7 and will celebrate outstanding women from diverse sectors including finance, education and medicine. Read more about these transformative corporate and community leaders who bring the POW! factor to everything they do.