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The Professional Woman Network (PWN) is a 3,800 member organization whose members have received certification and training and are from such fields as education, healthcare, banking, religious organizations, human resources, and consulting. A number of them are trainers for large corporations, several are international consultants, and over 200 members had existing consulting practices but received further training from PWN so they could broaden their bases of offerings.

Facts about PWN members:

  • 850 hold Masters Degrees
  • 590 hold Doctorates
  • 1,890 are African American
  • 145 are ordained clergy
  • 3 have traveled to China to consult
  • 1 has traveled to the former Soviet Union to train
  • 98% are female; 2% male
  • 90% are consulting/training on a part-time basis
  • 85% wish to do consulting on a full-time basis and will eventually
  • Are highly diverse, originating from such countries as Zimbabwe, Zambia, the Phillipines, England, Australia, Saudia Arabia, Egypt, Jamaica, Dominica, South Africa, Mexico, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Canada, Nigeria, Kenya, and Somalia

BOARD OF ADVISORS:
Forty International Advisory Board Members are available to you as a resource on such topics as:

  • Stress Management
  • Diversity & Multiculturalism
  • Marketing to Latino communities
  • Holistic health
  • Nutrition &Wellness
BENEFITS:
  • Quarterly newsletter "COMMUNIQUE" linking you to other members and giving you updated information
  • Annual International Conference held in Louisville to give you continuing education.

SUPPORT:

Once you have completed certification and training, you will have support. Whether you have questions about writing proposals, designing your letterhead, or simply want to "brainstorm", you will receive support, encouragement, and direction. Private mentoring provided by PWN CEO, Linda Ellis Eastman

 
Linda Ellis Eastman, CEO, The Professional Woman Network
P.O.Box 333 Prospect, KY 40059 502-345-4139
lindaeastman@prodigy.net

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