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AFWA Chapters work hard to plan successful events, recruit members, and develop communications – and deserve recognition for the great things they are doing! Congratulations to these 2017 AFWA Chapter Achievement Award recipients!
We’ve all seen this happen. A dedicated Board Member serves her time for many years, making her way through the organization’s leadership pipeline. She finishes her term as President, engages a little as the Immediate Past President, and then you never hear from her again.
the Kansas City chapter was on the brink of dissolution, with no activity and declining membership. The Board met and resolved to rebuild the chapter into a dynamic organization which would provide value and rewarding opportunities to its members
Whether you’re moving into a new position, or moving off the Board entirely, here are 4 ways you can leave your Chapter better than how you found it.
The Mesa East Valley Chapter of the Accounting and Financial Women's Alliance is the recipient of the 2016 Chapter Achievement Award - Communications
The recipients of the 2016 AFWA Chapter Achievement Awards in membership, programming, communications, fundraising, and scholarship
Why, in the age of virtual communication should a millennial step out of her comfort zone to join a local professional group?