Chapter membership is a valuable benefit of belonging to WID because of the local business and professional contacts and knowledge available. Members are automatically assigned to the nearest geographic chapter, based on zip code. Chapter membership does not require an additional dues payment.
Chapters host programs in cooperation with local industry interest or military installations, provide professional development and leadership opportunities, and support community-based charitable endeavors, members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and defense-related educational pursuits.
|National and chapter leaders at the October 2012 Leaders Conference in Arlington, Va. Pictured left to right: Jane Krueger, Picatinny; Linda Cramer, Greater Hampton Roads; Carin Elbert, Rocky Mountain; Heather Couvillon, Mid-Atlantic; Sarah Thomas, Greater Hampton Roads; Jennifer Osment, Palmetto; Julie Wood, Michigan; Kathleen Boyle, Greater Los Angeles; Maura Christensen, Palmetto; Christine Weatherspoon and Joy Fleming, Iowa/Illinois; Shelly Evans, Chesapeake Bay, Margaret DiVirgilio, Past National President; Lori Lindholm, Capital; Jane Casey, Staff Director; Joanne Longo, Central Florida; Patty Popour, Tennessee Valley. National Officers seated in front: Tricia Ward, President; Karen Conti, Vice President; Rebecca Patton, Treasurer; Treva Langston, Secretary; Brenda McKinney, HORIZONS Scholarship Director|
Interest in New WID Chapters
Defense professionals in several parts of the nation are considering a chapter of WID. Among other requirements, a well-defined geographic area must have at least 35 members. If you are interested, contact:
How to Start a Chapter
Learn the basic information you need to start a chapter of WID . Contact staff director Jane Patrick Casey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Women In Defence & Security Canada
If you do business in Canada, WIDS can broaden your professional contacts. Learn more at http://www.wids.ca.
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