Membership in the Professional Women of Winston-Salem is open to women from all industries in all stages of their careers who want to develop a strong, lifelong network. PWWS offers members a host of priceless benefits:
Invitation to attend all of our luncheons held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at Footnotes on 4th Street, Winston-Salem, from 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM. Networking begins at 11:30 and the speaker typically begins at noon.
A detailed member profile on the PWWS website allowing you to tell your story, promote your business and / or share some of your life experiences with our members and guest.
Membership card and pin.
Access to membership perks that are promoted throughout the year by various business owners and local supporters of PWWS.
Regular Membership ($95)
VIP Membership ($249)
***The VIP Membership option includes all 12 lunches for the year at a substantial discount. The Regular Membership is dues only and your lunches will be purchased each month you attend. The PWWS membership year runs annually from the date you join. The PWWS membership committee will notify you when it’s time to renew.
At this time we are not processing membership payments through the website. Please email email@example.com in order to process your membership dues.
The purpose of your profile page is to give us all a high level overview of who you are and what you do, but also a deeper dive into your story by you sharing some of your personal ups and downs and lessons that you have learned in your journey. Also, these profiles are a reference for you to learn more about our PWWS women.
At the next luncheon, when you collect a business card from one of your fellow members, if you didn’t have time to really get to know each other, maybe you can take a minute to read her story and find new ways to connect before your next encounter at a luncheon or special event.
We also use your profile and the business links that you provide to help promote you through our social media avenues.
In today’s economy, business is all about building relationships with people. It is important for us to truly get to know one another so that we can help support each other in our professional and personal endeavors.