EWI of Spokane
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Support EWI of Spokane’s Scholarship Programs. By participating in these events, you are supporting scholarship programs that benefit local high school students and adults in scholastic transition.
October 19, 2021
Networking – 5:00 p.m.
Dinner and Meeting – 5:30 p.m.
EWI’s 2021 Scholarship Banquet will be at Beacon Hill Catering & Events. Our special guest speaker will be Latisha Hill. Latisha is the Vice President of Community and Economic Vitality at Avista Corp.
At this meeting, the 2021 EWISP scholarship winners will find out how they placed (1st, 2nd, or 3rd) and each will give short presentations beginning with “This I believe…” You won’t want to miss this!
Members have a standing reservation for all chapter meetings and must notify the Sergeant-at-Arms of any planned absence. Please email the Sergeant-at-Arms at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“I wasn’t aware that joining EWI would not only expand my professional network and career, but also create valued friendships! I’ve had the opportunity to participate in many volunteer opportunities in our community as well as engage in professional development. I really enjoy being able to be a representative for my firm!”
—Amanda Landreth, Washington Trust Bank
“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 former company significantly by increasing our client base and providing valuable leadership tools.”
—Jill Gaffney, Sustaining Member
“I have been captivated by this organization from day one – the commitment to Spokane, each other, learning and growing together. You feel so special to be part of this dynamic energy and it inspires you to invest more deeply in this community. What a unique opportunity to be involved in something professionally that is also so personally fulfilling.”
—Sinéad Voorhees, Whitworth University