W2W Leadership Initiative’s May Updates

Updates on WILMA's Women to Watch Leadership Initiative

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WILMA’s Women to Watch Leadership Initiative has updates to share as we continue to work on the effort’s core mission of helping develop more women leaders in our area. Here’s what we’ve been up to with various W2W Leadership Initiative programs and what’s coming up next:

GET ON BOARD: In partnership with UNCW’s QENO, we’ll hold the next Get on Board training session 9-10:30 a.m. May 11. The training gives area women information about the roles and responsibilities for serving on boards of directors as well as a chance to answer questions about how to get connected to local boards. The registration deadline is May 7 for the online training from QENO, with a cost of $20. For more info and to register, go to wilmamag.com/women-to-watch/get-on-board.

LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE: Orientation kicked off in April for this year’s class at Double Run Farm in Brunswick County. May’s meeting, which focuses on leading through challenging times, takes place outdoors at Cameron Art Museum. Info and announcement of this year’s class: WILMAmag.com/women-to-watch

WILMA NETWORK: Members of the WILMA Network, made up of sponsors of the Women to Watch Leadership Initiative, meet on the second Tuesday of each month to welcome new members, catch up, and share goals for the year.

GETTING SOCIAL: WILMA’s Women to Watch Leadership Initiative social media pages, where you can find the latest info about leadership program announcements, applications, and updates on women who have been involved with W2W. Follow us at facebook.com/WILMAsWomenToWatch and on Instagram @WILMAsWomentoWatch.

IN THE LOOP: Keep up to date with these and other Leadership Initiative programs as well as applications announcement by signing up for the WILMA Leadership email at WILMAmag.com/email-newsletter.

– Vicky Janowski, WILMA editor, and Maggi Apel, vice president of sales, Co-directors of the Women to Watch Leadership Initiative W2W@WILMAmag.com

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