Join Associations Like eWomen Network

When you are embarking on a new endeavour in life, it makes sense for you to join groups, associations and organizations to learn from people who are further along the path in terms of where you ultimately want to be. In my life, I’ve been blessed to have mentors who have shared their time, wisdom and experience with me to help me grow in different areas. In turn, I’ve mentored and coached people along their life’s journey in specific areas.

I recently joined the eWomen Network (Toronto Chapter) an organization that supports women entrepreneurs through events, networking, and other resources. The eWomen Network was started by Sandra and Kym Yancey over 15 years ago and has chapters across North America. Each chapter is unique and the members come together to network, learn, support and make business connections with each other.

I’m inspired by the members that I’ve met at the Toronto Chapter who have encouraged me. Thank you especially to Daniela, the Managing Director of the eWomen Network (Toronto Chapter) who is inspirational, has encouraged me with words of wisdom and has been supportive as I move forward along the path of my entrepreneurial journey.

If you are interested in learning more about the eWomen Network please feel free to email me at deborah@deborahangelaustin.com.

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2 thoughts on “Join Associations Like eWomen Network

  1. eWomen Network is a great place to meet great women and men too!

    I usually recommend that you not only join an organization BUT also contribute by volunteering to get the most out of your membership. Give to get never gets old!

    Patti Pokorchak, MBA
    Small Biz Sales Coach
    Author of the upcoming book “The Accidental Farmer: From Laptop to Llama and Back Again!”
    http://SmallBizSalesCoach.ca
    416-951-3842

    • Great tip Patti! When joining an association people should think about volunteering and contributing value to the organization, not just the networking aspects. I am looking forward to your upcoming book!

      Deborah