The WE Cool Yule Holiday Party for Sunday December 9 has been CANCELLED.

Myers Park Country Club has let us know they have cancelled all scheduled events for Sunday and Monday based on the weather reports they have been following. This includes our WE Cool Yule Holiday Party.

We appreciate the close communication MPCC has provided us for this advance notice and for Emmy Lou Burchette, hosting WE /MPCC member, for her ongoing assistance. A decision will be made in the next week about rescheduling this event for January, or just refunding  members for this event.

Stay safe and warm in light of the approaching weather. Wishing each of you the Happiest of the Holidays.


Women Executives (WE) is a diverse group of accomplished women who support and nurture each other's personal and career growth.  WE provides a forum for professional interactions, sponsors programs for professional growth, and encourages its members to develop their leadership potential and serve the community.  The goal of WE is to be an organization that is representative of leaders in the business, professional, educational and non-profit community of Charlotte.  Membership in WE is by invitation only through a sponsored application process.

WE President 2018-2019

Sue Gorman
Women Executives:  Connect, Share and Nourish

Last year - at this very time of year - we were celebrating our 40th anniversary as Women Executives. It was a lovely evening that honored our founding members and celebrated how together we have supported and nurtured each other's professional and personal growth through the decades.
 
For me, it was inspiring to hear the "why" of WE's founding. To hear the stories of our executive women 40 years ago, reminds me how far we have come both as women and executives. Yet, with even the most current stories in the media today, we are constantly reminded that women supporting women, particularly peers, is as necessary now for personal and professional success as it was 40 years ago.

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WE Celebrates 40 years!


Watch the video to learn what 40 years of WE means to us.
 


The power of WINGS

How do you know WINGS is making a difference? Take two minutes to view this video featuring scholars, mentors and donors. Then consider how your time, talent, and financial support can make the WINGS scholarship program soar to even greater heights!



WINGS Scholarship and WECS NEWS

WINGS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM RECEIVES $25,000 FROM WELLS FARGO FOUNDATION
For Immediate Release: March 24, 2017
  
"You motivated me and inspired me to push until I achieved my goals.  And sometimes a 'thank you' just doesn't express the gratitude I feel.  The WINGS scholarship changed my life dramatically."
-WINGS 2015 graduate Joanna Thevaos
 
CHARLOTTE:  In a new grant designed to increase the number of scholarships, Wells Fargo Foundation has donated $25,000 to the Women Initiating and Nurturing Growth through Scholarship (WINGS) Program.
 
The WINGS scholarship program supports female college students age 25 and older who are pursuing a degree at Johnson C. Smith University, Queens University of Charlotte, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, CPCC, and Johnson & Wales University - Charlotte.  In addition to receiving funds to support their studies until graduation from college, WINGS scholars are also assigned a volunteer mentor from the Women Executives (WE) organization, a unique feature to this scholarship program.  The WE mentors help the scholars establish a clear vision and plan of their educational and career goals, as well as maintaining their GPA and course credits. WE mentors work with scholars to provide coaching, friendship and support throughout their college experience and beyond. 
 
"The Wells Fargo Foundation is committed to supporting community groups like Women Executives for Community Service that help women get college degrees and improve their lives and the lives of their families.," said Jay Everette, SVP and community affairs manager of Wells Fargo. "Initiatives like the WINGS Scholarship Program will help Charlotte break the cycle of poverty through education and better jobs."