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Midwest Region: What Does NAWIC Mean to You?
Have you seen Midwest Region PR/Marketing Chair, Jodi Wimerslage's slideshow about NAWIC? She shared it at the MWR Fall Conference in October and we can't get enough of it! What a great highlight of all we do in the Midwest, "The Heart of NAWIC".
DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE Jodi Wiemerslage - NAWIC Midwest Region Director
The Midwest Region is on to a great start to another successful year. Planning for Fall Conference is underway thus I am reminded everday how wonderful our Members truly are. I encourage you to register and join the jounrey with the most incredible woman you will ever meet.
My goal for the next two years is to focus on Chapter Success. What I envision is Chapters helping other Chapters develop and share best practices to provide a meaninful experience for all of our members. There is a MWR Task Force currently working on a Train the Leader program that will be announced at Fall Conference for which I think you all will appreciate. I also will be working with your MWR Commitee Chairs to guide them to the Chapters who need their help the most! I encourage you all to reach out to them for advice.
Check back for updated information as we progress together. I am a proud First Timer as your Director and love your words of wisdom. My door is always open.
I want to leave you with a quote from our past director Vickie Nickel, " I joined NAWIC to Belong". I hope you find that true in yourself.