To exert influence by supporting and inspiring women leaders.
To expand opportunities for entrepreneurial women.
To mix with high calibre women.
To engage with people who affect our future.
Our mission is to forge fundamental alliances among our members to advance the personal and professional development of women everywhere.
To provide our members with opportunities to take active roles in leadership, community activism, and lifelong learning. To encourage our members to enjoy useful information exchange and pursue meaningful friendships.
|Asociation de Empresarias y Profesionales de Panama|
|Panama, Panama |
|Phone: (507) 264-4741 |
|Marta Picota, President|
|Broad based membership. Purpose is to improve women's condition through integral development and promote the progress of entrepreneurs and professional women by means of training and leadership development. Community projects focus on training to improve women's status. Programs include Youth Group, Young Career Women, development of Microenterprises, Young Values Recognition.|
| Australian Education and Leadership Centre Pty Ltd|
| 2 Bulwer Street|
| Perth, WA Australia 6000|
| Phone (08) 9227- 8689|
| Fax: (08) 9227-8851|
| Tracey Hodgkins, CEO|
|At AELC, our vision is to take people from the Ordinary to Extraordinary. We achieve this through the design and delivery of niche, innovative education programs or experiences that support and enable the development of leaders. Particularly, we work with women in leadership and develop their skills to enable them to take leadership roles in their desired area of business or disciplines.|
| Canadian Assoc. of Women Executives & Entrepreneurs|
| 401 Bay Street Suite 1600|
| Toronto, ON. Canada M5H 2Y4|
| Phone: (416) 756-0000|
| Fax: (416) 929-5256|
| Helga Teitsson, President |
| Patty deLaat, Association Manager|
|At CAWEE our mission is to provide opportunities for all businesswomen at every stage of their career, to empower other women in the development and advancement of their business’ and professional lives, fostering financial independence, professional development and personal satisfaction.|
|Canadian Women in Communication |
|67 Yonge Street, Suite 804|
|Toronto, ON Canada M5E 1J8|
|Phone: (416) 363-1880 ext 302 |
|Janice McDonald, Chair|
|Joanne Stanley, Executive Director|
|CWC's mandate is to support the involvement and advancement of women in the converging communications industry in Canada. Services include a member directory, National Mentorship Program, Scholarships for Career Accelerator Executive Training, Internship Exchange Program, Jeanne Sauve Professional Development Program, Annual Awards, Women on Boards Directory, member access to confidential child, elder and personal care information.|
|Douglass Screen Printers, Inc. |
|2710 New Tampa Hwy|
|Lakeland, FL USA 33815|
|Lane Hickey Wiggins, President|
|Kimberly Chappell, CFO|
|Rossely Martinez, VP Marketing and International Sales|
|We provide premier graphics to our clients, an opportunity for our team that is a path to both personal discoveries and an economically sound future, and have great fun doing it.|
|Professional Women's Network (PWN)|
|4 Rue Galvani 75838 |
|Paris, Cedex 17 France 75838 |
|Phone: +33 9 70 44 62 62 |
|Marijo Bos, President |
|European Professional Women’s Network is a vibrant growing pan-European federation of 18 women’s network. Our common objective is to provide women with the tools, networks and support they need to assume leadership. We aim to share knowledge across Europe, and are participating in several Europe-wide initiatives. We combine a sophisticated online networking platform, linking several thousand business women across Europe, with regular, offline events in many cities across Europe. |
|EWMD lnternational e.V |
|Mainzer Strasse 52 |
|Wiesbaden, Germany 65185 |
|Phone: 0041 76 389 21 24 |
|Kris Hauf and Ursula Boehle, Co-Presidents |
|EWMD is an international network of individual and corporate members, drawn from professional organisations and all areas of business, education and politics. EWMD was founded in 1984 with the vision to improve the quality of management with respect to people, children, age and the cultural diversity of Europe. Women and men as individuals, double career couples or families should have a balanced work and private life. EWMD has members in more than 25 countries, including Europe and the United States, South Africa and Asia. There are ten active national chapters, and a growing number of regional chapters. |
Founded in 1974, Executive Women in Government is an organization of women executives who serve in the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches of the Federal Government. EWG’s mission is to prepare, promote, support and mentor women for senior leadership positions in the Federal Government. EWG has a powerful network where experiences are shared and professional relationships developed. EWG contributes to effective succession planning in the Federal government by providing a mentoring culture. EWG’s programs reflect this culture, in particular the annual training summit.
|Federally Employed Women (FEW)|
|700 N. Fairfax Street, Suite 510|
|Alexandria, VA 22314-2090|
|Phone: (202) 898 - 0994|
|Michelle Crockett, President|
|More information coming soon!|
|Financial Women's Association of New York |
|215 Park Avenue South Suite 1712 |
|New York, NY United States 10003 |
|Phone: (212) 533-2141 |
|Fax: (212) 982-3008 |
|Maureen Adolf, President |
|Jennifer Openshaw, Executive Director|
The Financial Women’s Association brings together high-achieving professionals from every sector of the financial world. It is dedicated to developing future leaders, enhancing the role of women in finance, and investing in the community. The FWA was established in 1956 when eight enterprising women on Wall Street met to share professional experiences and further their knowledge. Now, FWA proudly numbers more than 1,000 members worldwide. The FWA continues to live up to its mission, by:
- Furthering knowledge with outstanding programs that explore social concerns, technology, financial and political issues.
- Expanding horizons through international conferences and regular briefings with government officials and industry leaders.
- Contributing to its communities, reflected in 20+ years of scholarships and mentoring programs, internships, and community service activities.
|Joseph L. Rotman School of Management University of Toronto |
|105 St. George Street |
|Canada M5S 3E6 |
|Toronto, ON |
|Phone: 416 978-4441 |
|Fax: 416-978-5549 |
|Dr. Beatrix Dart|
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|The Initiative for Women in Business at the Rotman School of Management was launched in 2008 to empower women to advance in their careers and to pursue business education. It provides programs that refine management skills and help women develop the tools they need to be effective leaders and senior executives. The Rotman Initiative supports women from the classroom to the boardroom by offering continuing education, mentorship and networking opportunities. Its vision is to be the leading voice on issues facing women in management. |
|National Association of Women Business Owners|
|601 Pennsylvania Avenue NW South Building, Suite 900|
|Washington, DC United States 20004|
|Fax: 202-403-3788 |
|Billie Dragoo, President |
|Founded in 1975, NAWBO is the voice of America’s more than 10 million women-owned businesses. By representing the interests of women entrepreneurs across various industries from state capitals to our nation’s capital, NAWBO strives to advocate on behalf of women business owners on matters of public policy as well as develop programs to navigate women entrepreneurs through the various stages of business growth and provide networking opportunities where members can share best practices. Learn more at www.nawbo.org.|
|Newfoundland and Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs (NLOWE)|
|2nd Floor, Regatta Plaza II|
|84-86 Elizabeth Avenue|
|St. John’s, NL A1A 1W7|
|Fax: (709) 754-0079|
|Paula Sheppard, President|
|More information coming soon!|
|Organisation des Femmes Dévouées en Action (OFEDA)|
|Route Frere 32 |
|Port-au-Prince, Haiti |
|Phone: 37263639 |
|Aline Despeines |
|After the earthquake of January 2010, we joined together to help each other through the devastation of personal loss. We are working together to support and encourage each other to live with hope and possibility.Our goal is to start businesses so that we may find a way out of the tent camps, reclaim our lives and continue to move forward with security and dignity. |
|Pensacola Women's Alliance is a group of women from diverse backgrounds who meet monthly for fellowship, food and networking.|
The goals and purposes of the Pensacola Women's Alliance (PWA) are to:
Encourage the advancement of women by disseminating information and conducting educational seminars.
Promote the acceptance of women in positions of responsibility.
Encourage the expansion of opportunities for women.
Improve the status of women, generally.
Provide a network for working women with representation from a broad range of professions.
We are a networking organization for women in Pensacola, Florida and surrounding areas. We are not a fundraising organization but do support Pensacola Junior College, the University of West Florida, and George Stone Technical School with annual financial grants.
PrimeTime Business and Professional Women's Association is an entirely volunteer-run association for multinational business and professional women in Singapore. Celebrating its 15th anniversary in 2012, PrimeTime takes pride in the diversity of its membership which covers the full age range, over 30 nationalities and a broad range of professions and industries. The association offers a diverse range of activities, over 90 events each year, with a focus on professional development, social networking, and community outreach activities.
The association welcomes guests at its events which include: 2nd Thursday meeting, The Arts Group, Book Review, DineTime, Golf Group, Human Resource, Marketing, Mothers Support Group, Personal Power Lunch, PrimeTime Outreach, Professional Development Series, Small Business Group and WineTime. PrimeTime is a member of the Singapore Council of Women's Organisations.
|Professional Women International Brussels asbl |
|Brussels, Belgium |
|Phone: +32 473 980386 |
|Fax: +32-2-6481577 |
|Armelle Loghmanian, President |
Professional Women International (PWI) is a Brussels-based, multi-national networking forum for women in business. Founded in 1991, PWI is a non-profit, dynamic organisation dedicated to fostering professional and cultural contacts for businesswomen with different national, cultural and professional backgrounds.
Its purpose is to enhance the individual and collective value, image, competence and influence of members. The organisation provides an environment for personal and professional development in which members interact, exchange knowledge, share experiences and discuss business opportunities.
PWI values cultural diversity and co-operation as a way to create understanding between women of different backgrounds. It promotes partnerships with other women’s networks, in Belgium and throughout Europe. PWI organises regular events: from networking dinners with speakers who offer insight into life and business, to hands-on workshops, networking drinks and cultural visits.
|Stella maris College |
|17 Cathedral Road |
|Chennai, Tamil Nadu India 600086 |
|Phone: 91-44-28111987 |
|Fax: 91-44-28111129 |
|Dr. SR. Jasintha Quadras |
|The mission of the college is to empower young women to face the challenges of life with courage and commitment, to be builders of a humane and just society, and to promote a learning community in which all, especially those from less privileged backgrounds, feel part of the collaborative high quality educational process which is value based and leads to holistic growth.|
|The Committee of 20 |
|Stolovyi per., 6, str. 2 |
|Moscow, Russia 123995 |
|Phone: +7-495-697-61-33 |
|Fax: +7-495-697-61-33 |
|Elena Fedyashina, Executive Director |
|The Committee of 20 is dedicated to helping Russian women entrepreneurs increase their success and be recognized as an influential power in the economic development of the country. |
|Slingerwerg 4, 2111 AH Aerdenhout|
|Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|Phone: +1 347 460 3633 |
|Corinne Heijn, President and Founder|
|To facilitate and accelerate the global expansion of women's businesses.|
UnitedSucces unites, connects and grows women owned businesses across continents.
|Women Chiefs of Enterprises International|
|PO Box 346|
|Carole Park, Qld Australia 4300|
|Fax: (07) 3259 8785|
|Julie Anker, National President |
|Donna Parker, Office Manager|
|Women in Housing & Finance |
|400 North Washington Street, Suite 300 |
|Alexandria, VA United States 22314 |
|Phone: 703-683-4742 |
|Fax: 703-683-5480 |
|Sandra Troutman, President|
|WHF is a premier association of women and men that actively promotes its members in the fields of housing and financial services while retaining a focus on its women members. WHF promotes its members through the presentation of topical programs and opportunities in housing, financial services, professional enrichment, and leadership enhancement and the opportunity to meet with government and private sector leaders.|
|Women in Logistics and Delivery Services Council |
|2001 L Street NW Suite 1000 |
|Washington, DC United States 20036 |
|Phone: 202-466-1184 |
|Shoshana Grove, President|
To provide educational events, programs, tools and mentoring to women in the logistics and delivery services industry.
To promote women's leadership in the logistics and delivery services industry. The industry includes, e.g. providers, suppliers and users of the U.S. and international postal, express, courier, transportation, supply chain and logistics systems services, and related government functions.
Loretta Raider, President
|Learn more about global women's business and social issues; make new friends. |
|Women Leaders Forum of Coachella Valley |
|74-923 Hwy 111, PMB 129 |
|Suite 104-56 |
|Wells, CA. United States 92210 |
|Amy Blaisdell, President |
|At Women Leaders Forum of the Coachella Valley, our focus is on support of women in business, the professions, academia, government, and the not-for-profit sectors. We invite women from all cities in California's Coachella Valley to join us in empowering the women of all ages in a manner that will enhance their lives.|
|Women Presidents' Organization |
|155 East 55th Street Suite 4H |
|New York, NY United States 10022 |
|Phone: 212-688-4114 |
|Dr. Marsha Firestone, Founder & President |
|Leandra Joseph, Executive Assistant|
|The Women Presidents' Organization (WPO) is a nonprofit membership organization whose members are a diverse group of entrepreneurial women presidents who have guided their businesses to generate at least $2 million in annual sales. (or $1 million for a service-based business) Each chapter serves as a pero advisory group. |
|Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)|
|1120 Connecticut Ave, NW, Suite 1000|
|Washington, DC 20036 USA|
|Pamela Prince-Eason, President and CEO|
|More information coming very soon!|