Regina Women's Network Inc., 1984-

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Regina Women's Network Inc., 1984-

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The Regina Women's Network Inc. is a non-profit organization in Regina, Saskatchewan. The organization was established in early 1981 by nine women who saw the need for a group that would encourage and support the personal and career aspirations of women in Regina and the surrounding area; share information and professional expertise; provide learning opportunities in personal and professional development; encourage companionship; and provide a meeting place for women to make business contacts. The Regina Women's Network Inc. (RWN) was incorporated on July 13, 1984 under the provisions of the Non-Profit Corporations Act.

Members of the RWN include women of all ages from a variety of professional backgrounds, including accounting, advertising, education, health care, interior design, manufacturing, public relations, real estate, and sales. The RWN publishes a directory and newsletter for members and hosts mixers, luncheons and special events, including seminars, fashion shows, and trade shows. Officers include directors, a president, vice-presidents, a secretary and a treasurer. Various standing committees deal with operational issues, such as membership; programming; the newsletter; public relations and special events. A general meeting and supper is held annually.

The Regina Women's Network currently (2010) continues to operate in Regina.


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