Executive Women in Government (EWG) was founded in 1973 by the Honorable Barbara Franklin and other high-ranking government Women as a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization comprised of Federal Government women executives. Members prepare, promote, and support women for senior leadership positions in the Federal Government and the military through networking, shared knowledge and experience, and mentoring.
EWG Networking Event – Cultivating Relationships for Advancement, Success, and Achievement
Thursday, September 20, 2018 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM (EDT)
“If your actions create a legacy that inspires others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, then, you are an excellent leader.” — Dolly Parton
We are excited about our inaugural EWG networking event for the 2018 – 2019 program year. We hope you can join us for an exceptional evening of networking with past, present, and future mentors and proteges in EWG’s flagship Mentoring Program.
Our host location for this event, the DACOR Bacon House, provides the perfect setting for an evening filled with conversation and connection. We’ll be joining them for their regular September Jazz Evening on the patio, where light refreshments will be served and beverages will be available for purchase. We’ll also have a fun networking activity to ensure everyone has an opportunity to “work the patio.”
Have questions about EWG Networking Event – Cultivating Relationships for Advancement, Success, and Achievement? Contact Executive Women in Government (EWG)
“We, the women in government who were really concerned about the advancement of women, began having meetings. I was then serving in the White House and was able to arrange meetings there, first in the Roosevelt Room, then as our numbers grew, in larger venues. After I left the White House, we wanted to keep meeting, so we formed Executive Women in Government in 1973 and created by-laws in 1974. The level of camaraderie and support was astounding. For us, EWG was an anchor, a place to come to share experiences, support one another, and make life-long friendships.”
—Honorable Barbara Hackman Franklin