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Executive Women International

Where professional women and men come together to help their companies, their careers, and their communities.

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July Meeting – Past President’s Fundraiser and Summer Celebration

Tuesday, July 16
Rick Richard’s Home

5pm: Social

5:30pm: Dinner (Business Meeting – Officer slate, Chapter Amendments)

8pm: Conclusion

Member Deadline to RSVP: July 10

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August Business Meeting

Tuesday, August 20
Spokane Club

5pm: Social

5:30pm: Dinner (Business Meeting – Officer Elections, LCAM Delegates, Corporate Initiatives, Chapter Budget)

8pm: Conclusion

Member Deadline to RSVP: August 14

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Wine & Win Fundraiser

Join us on Thursday, September 12 from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Maryhill Winery Spokane Tasting Room for our second annual Wine & Win fundraiser.  This is a fun networking opportunity where you can enjoy some great wine, food, conversation and the chance to win some amazing raffle prizes.

Tickets are $30 which includes appetizers and two drink tickets.  Raffle tickets and additional drink tickets are $10.  Tickets will be available soon at eventbrite.com or will be available to purchase at the door.

 

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Why EWI of Spokane?

Connections

“EWI’s connections have benefitted my business and personal life. I moved to Spokane with 14 years of design experience but limited connections. I was excited to find that joining EWI invigorated my business in Spokane, but I was surprised to find that I also gained meaningful friendships through my participation in EWI.”

—Sarae Boyer, Pure Magic Media

Careers

“As I reflect on my years in EWI, I cherish the relationships I have gained and the professional development our chapter has provided to me. These relationships and professional growth rewarded my company significantly by increasing our client base and providing valuable leadership tools that strengthen my company.”

—Jill Gaffney, Greenleaf Landscaping

Community

“I joined six years ago, and the first meeting I attended was a meeting where young adults came and spoke about why they deserved a scholarship, and I cried through the whole thing. I said, “Where do I sign up? What do you want me to do?” It’s a little commitment that goes a long way. I know I sound like a pamphlet, but it’s all real. That’s why I joined.”

—Penny Hollars, Larry H. Miller Downtown Toyota

We are community leaders.

Are you ready to take advantage of real-world leadership opportunities, make an impact in the Spokane community, and grow your network with lasting business and personal connections?