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NAFE-WIN Indianapolis Chapter


NAFE:
The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) is one of the largest and most effective professional associations dedicated to the advancement of women in the workplace for education, training, and networking. There are over 150 networks in the United States, and Women in Networking (WIN), Defense Finance and Accounting Service-Indianapolis (DFAS-IN) Chapter, is one of the Indianapolis affiliates.
The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) was founded in 1972. The organization has a rich history of providing education, networking, and public advocacy to empower its members to achieve career success and financial security.
NAFE is owned by Working Mother Media (WMM), which includes Working Mother and NAFE Magazine, the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), WMM Business Advisory Services, and a Conferences & Special Events division that produces the 100 Best Companies WorkLife Congress, the Best Companies for Women of Color Conference, and the NAFE National Conference, among other events.

WIN PURPOSE & VISION - Indianapolis Chapter:
Women in Networking (WIN) offers members monthly Leadership Forums, access to volunteer opportunities in the community, and exposure to on-line resources (www.nafe.com). The goal of WIN is empowerment to help professional and personal connections through career success.
(a) To partnership with other organizations, and businesses.
(b) To develop communication skills and goals to help employees function more effectively in the workplace.
(c) To provide appropriate connection with resources in the private, state, federal, and local communities in business/government. Provide networking information through various media such as TV, radio, and online communication.
(d) To share information on ideas on how to help others and to form partnership with other groups as WIN strives to meet personal and professional goals.
(e) To enhance the workplace and local communities by increasing training, self-esteem, energy, and enthusiasm about employee's jobs and careers.
(f) To encourage information regarding career growth, business, community involvement, and education for people to bring them together in networking situations in and out of the workplace.

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