Have you Heard of Mentoring Women’s Network?

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Have you Heard of Mentoring Women’s Network?

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You may have heard of the organization because Rainmakers is a Program Partner, but are you aware of all the wonderful benefits of joining the organization? By becoming a part of the giving community, you are granted access to webinar trainings to help you develop your leadership skills, various networking events in cities nationwide, and also the opportunity to sharpen your leadership skills by serving as a mentor in the program. This program was created to provide you with the opportunity to expand your network and create long-lasting relationships.

Mentoring Women’s Network Foundation is also launching their elite, 500 Circle, group. They are selecting 500 wildly successful leaders throughout the nation who have knowledge and experience to share a desire to develop women through a virtual mentoring relationship. There are many benefits that come with being a 500 circle member as well such as having exclusive access to our directory of members throughout the country, Support and development with our leaders in your peer group, and complimentary training and certification from Mentoring Women’s Network.

How can you get involved?

Email Samantha Lawson at Samantha@mentoringwomensnetwork.com or complete an interest form.

Alison Martin-Books
Alison Martin-Books
With impressive background work and roughly 15 years in nonprofit work, Alison Martin-Books has a passion for doing work that makes a difference in the lives of others. After serving as Executive Director at two different national nonprofit organizations, her commitment to her passion for developing female talent led her launch Mentoring Women’s Network. In her role, Martin-Books acts as a liaison to a national committee responsible for the leadership development content for the organization and consults with corporations on the development and strategy aligned with initiatives for emerging female leaders. She is also the author of the book, “Landing on My Feet: Learning to Lead Through Mentoring” and speaks regularly on behalf of the organization.

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