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Thank you for attending the swearing in of the new Executive Women in Government (EWG) officers for our 2017-2018 year. I am very excited to be the new President of EWG and I look forward to working with the other officers, and each of you, in the coming year. I would also like to thank Kim Berns for her leadership over this past year, and her continued support to the Board.

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Prepare, promote, support and mentor women for senior leadership positions in the Federal Government. Build a powerful network to share experiences, to enhance professional relationships, and to increase understanding among women executives in the Federal Government. Motivate women leaders in the federal government to contribute to effective succession planning by creating a mentoring culture within their sphere of influence.

Advocate for the advancement of women in senior leadership positions in the Federal Government, to include taking a public position on issues related to the purposes and goals of the organization; Provide an opportunity to become better acquainted with other professional women in an atmosphere conducive to the constructive exchange of professional ideas; and encourage by collective example and action, interest and participation in public service by other women.

EWG President Paige Atkins

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Women’s Leadership for Career and Fun (Overview)

(October 2017)

Attendees were inspired by Commissioner Dye as she discussed her career as an executive through changes in each Administration. Commissioner Dye imparted many actionable and practical tools of leadership and engagement. One of her lifelong recommendations is to build friendships, expand your network and to treat others well.

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Who Makes up EWG?

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EWG members represent all branches of the federal government, including current employees, those retired from the federal service, current and former political appointees, and former federal employees who are now in the non-profit and corporate sectors.

EWG means new professional contacts, new friends, and new insights helpful to your professional growth and business. Through EWG, professional women are reaching beyond, learning anew, and finding the ideas and opportunities they need to grow and advance in the new millennium.

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EWG Mentoring Program Mid-Point Evaluation

EWG Mentoring Program Mid-Point Evaluation

The Executive Women in Government (EWG) Mentoring Program has been carefully designed to help women who…

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