With more than 30 volunteer committee members, ProWIN — Professional Women’s Information Network — has become a force to reckon with in metro-Atlanta. One of the area’s premiere women’s networking organizations, ProWIN hosts its signature luncheon speaker series six times a year, plus more than a dozen other professional development and networking events to support business and career growth among women leaders.
ProWIN recently announced the honorees for its first ever Volunteer of the Year Awards. “The women who dedicate their time and talent to support ProWIN are the lifeblood of our success,” says Linda Collett, 2018 president. “These volunteers include our committee members, Board of Directors, and Advisory Board; all smart women who understand that we build business by building relationships.”
Volunteer committee members were nominated by the Board of Directors for their dedication to the organization’s goals, demonstration of outstanding commitment and professionalism, and diligence in performing their duties.
The 2018 ProWIN Volunteers of the Year are:
- Joyce Auskelis: As President of DefinintNEXT, LLC, Joyce helps high-potential professionals find their best career fit. She offers a comprehensive range of career transition services including assessment, goal setting, job search strategy, targeting organizations, networking, interview preparation, and progress tracking. Joyce has served on ProWIN’s professional development and events committees.
- Betty Fowler: A Feng Shui consultant, certified interior re-designer, author, speaker, and workshop presenter, Betty believes that everyone deserves to live and work in happy, healthy, thriving spaces. Her goal is to help Feng Shui become a mainstream topic in our society. Her business focus is helping professional women shift the energy in their physical spaces to propel them forward and renew their enthusiasm for work and life. Betty has served on ProWIN’s marketing and events committees.
- Paula Fowler: A Principal at Cresa Atlanta, Paula has over 20 years of management and consulting experience in areas such as sales, marketing, finance, manufacturing, software development, operations, human resources, and customer support. She is a strategic leader with proven ability as an internal consultant in analyzing existing operations and implementing strategies, processes, and technology to improve company profitability. Paula has served on ProWIN’s member retention committee and its Advisory Board.
ProWIN congratulates these volunteers.
ProWIN — Professional Women’s Information Network — is one of the largest non-industry-specific women’s networking groups in metro-Atlanta. Founded in 2002, ProWIN has grown into a community of influential businesswomen in all business sectors. ProWIN’s membership represents a diverse, accomplished group of professionals who impact the metro-Atlanta business landscape.
As a valuable information resource, ProWIN has created a dynamic forum for the exchange of ideas, leads, knowledge, and expertise. With these resources, members have experienced career advancement, business growth, and strategic connections.
ProWIN attracts thousands of professional women — corporate executives, business owners, thought leaders, and decision-makers — from across metro-Atlanta.
A ProWIN member is a woman who is actively building her business or career, usually in a professional or entrepreneurial role.
ProWIN’s signature event is its signature Speaker Luncheon Series, held the third Wednesday of odd-numbered months. These 2-hour luncheons allow for open networking, table networking and an informative speaker on a business topic that’s applicable to all.
ProWIN follows up on its educational piece with Professional Development workshops throughout the year. There are additional networking opportunities at morning Percolators and at evening networking socials.
Now is the time to connect with other successful businesswomen in the metro-Atlanta area. Enhance your career, build beneficial relationships, and promote your business through sponsorship opportunities.