Education & Scholarship
ABWA is proud to announce The Women's Instructional Network (WIN) – an exciting new sophisticated, interactive online learning and communications tool designed exclusively for ABWA members. ABWA is the first association to offer this unique opportunity.
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The education of women is of paramount importance to the American Business Women's Association, and therefore, the Atlanta Area Council of ABWA.
Metro Atlanta area ABWA Chapters and Express Networks annually contribute thousands of dollars to support education through national and local scholarships and grants.
In support of the ABWA Mission Statement, the Atlanta Area Council Education Committee will present its annual Leadership Education Workshop on Saturday,
June 11, 2011. at the Midtown Hotel.
Excellent presenters and speakers will provide leadership material that will guarantee success for every member, Chapter and Express Network. Entire Executive Boards and Members will not want to miss this exciting program. Leaders Promise to Deliver will enlighten every ABWA member regardless of length of service or experience.
For more information, contact: For more information, contact: Marlene Coggins or Deborah Shields.
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