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What WIL means to me …
Membership in WIL has provided me with the opportunity to meet and work with highly intelligent and like-minded women who are interested in making a difference. —Mary O
I’ve been an involved and active WIL member since the beginning. Because I’ve live such a sheltered, privileged life in this country, I wanted to give back, learn about how the poor majority of women live in developing countries and make some contribution toward empowering them to better their own lives and the lives of their families that has long-term sustainability. It’s been fulfilling to learn through our programs, to have established Microfinance Village Banks and funded worthwhile projects through our grants that help many women and their children rise out of poverty, become educated and empowered in their families and communities.
It’s also been wonderful for me personally to be part of this exceptional community of intelligent, accomplished, compassionate and activist women. —Linda Resnick email@example.com
For me, WIL is an ethnically, culturally and generationally diverse group of women who are committed to the global empowerment of women. Its members are thoughtful, dedicated and passionate about transforming the lives of women around the world. The WIL community understands the importance of making education, technology and entrepreneurship available to women, especially in developing countries, so that they can begin to create better futures for their children, their communities, and of course, for themselves.
WIL has afforded me the opportunity to create meaningful friendships with other professional women who have enriched my life, personally and professionally. For me, WIL is more than just a women’s association, it is an inspiring group of women who challenge me to think deeply about critical issues that impact women around the world. —Wendi L. Wasik, www.wasikconsulting.com
WIL presents an opportunity to share my abundance with those who have less and, especially, to empower women and girls to lead their lives as they would dream them to be. —Patricia Weeks, ACC, RTTP, http://patweeksconsulting.com
WIL Members in Cuba 2014
Members experienced the music and art of Cuba.