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04.11.2022

W2WM is Looking for Its Next Team Member

Are you someone who is passionate about helping ALL women thrive? Do you want to join our team of connectors, collaborators, supporters, guiders, uniters, and bridge-builders. Join our team as our Development and Marketing Assistant (apply by April 24, 2022) This position will be a key member of the organization’s

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04.04.2022

Becoming Better Together: Latoya & Penny

“I started off 2021 with a theme of becoming better.” How many of us can say that was truly the case for us, too? After a very unexpected 2020, when 2021 came around, many of us were ready for a better year. 2021 didn’t give us the relief we may

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02.07.2022

Mentoring is a Life-Long Opportunity

Faced with many challenges during school and college-aged years, it almost goes without saying that mentors can be enormously influential. However, as you go through early adulthood and beyond, mentors may seem less available and harder to find. Our goal at Woman to Woman Mentoring, in addition to providing one-on-one

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12.02.2021

Learning about our Strengths: A Partnership with Legacy Financial

One of the cornerstones of Woman to Woman Mentoring’s programming is Gallup’s CliftonStrengths. By offering our mentees an opportunity to learn about their strengths, they begin applying and investing in them to spark real change. To give each of our mentees the full CliftonStrengths opportunity, we are thrilled to partner

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11.04.2021

W2WM Names Ashley Waters as New Executive Director

Woman to Woman Mentoring is very pleased to announce the hiring of its next Executive Director, Dr. Ashley Waters. Waters, who currently serving as the Chair of its Board of Directors, was selected after an extensive regional search and hiring process. “As our organization continues to respond to the needs

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10.07.2021

Mentee Spotlight: Irina Sbornova, Psychology + Biology Major

by W2WM Senior Program Assistant Andrea Baker The Women in STEM Program virtually continued during the COVID-19 pandemic, though most college students across the country experienced difficult setbacks like housing, food security, unmet mental health needs, and whether they’d be able to build their resumes with job shadowing opportunities, fieldwork,

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