Stay Connected with Atlanta's Professional Women

Monthly Luncheon

What: How to Teach Your Money to Work in 5 Simple Steps

When:  Tuesday, February 27th  11:30 am – 1:15 pm

Where: 103 West @ 103 West Paces Ferry Rd NW,
Atlanta, GA 30305, Atlanta GA

Most of us went to school and we learned how to work. But if you really want to get ahead in life with less effort and less stress, you need to teach our money how to work too.

Speaker: Patricia Stallworth, MBA is a money coach and financial empowerment activist. She helps individuals and business owners live life on their terms by changing their relationship with money.


Community Outreach

What: The Drake Closet – Clothing Drive

When:  During our February and March luncheons

The Drake Closet offers new and gently used women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories, with prices ranging from $3-$25.

How to Help:
AWN is hosting its annual clothing drive in support of The Drake House during our February and March luncheons. Please bring used (but in good condition) women’s clothing items and accessories to donate to this fantastic organization.

Thank you for your support!

Professional Development

What: AWN’s Dinner and Discovery

When:  Tuesday, February 13th  6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Where: Cobb Galleria Centre
400 Galleria Pkwy, Training Room Atlanta, GA 30339

Program:  Are YOU A Savvy Networker?:
Specific strategies to obtain effective results.

Speaker: Bonnie Ross Parker created Xperience Connections™, a program supporting professional women nationwide. She is an author of several books and has received numerous awards. She believes that the possibilities are endless for those who value and nurture relationships.


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AWN and NAWBO Speed Networking

Speed networking is like speed dating for professionals. It evolved from the speed dating model of meeting a lot of people in a short amount of time. Speed networking is a structured process for facilitating introductions and conversation between two people who do not know each other.

Be sure you prepare a short elevator speech which summarizes key elements of your work, and remember to bring plenty of business cards with you to this event. Once you sign up for the event, we will send some sample questions you might want to use that night.


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About AWN

Atlanta Women’s Network is a group that shares valuable resources with Atlanta’s diverse community of professional women. AWN is not about paying a fee to distribute business cards; it’s about learning best practices for career success and developing business relationships that last.

Atlanta Women’s Network, founded in 1979, holds luncheons at 103 West in Buckhead on the fourth Tuesday of every month. Registration begins at 11:30 am followed by networking and an informative presentation by top-notch speakers. The program ends by 1:15.

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Professionals with all levels of experience flavor the meeting discussions with personal insight, giving everyone the opportunity to teach and learn at the same time.

Atlanta Women’s Network is a good investment, bringing enjoyable enrichment to each gathering and providing tools through timely programs that can be put to use immediately. By joining this group, you are joining a broad spectrum of women with aspirations that mesh with yours.

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