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Ten Pearls of Wisdom from Communications Industry Leader

WWPR recently hosted the 30th annual Woman of the Year awards luncheon on November 15, where we had the pleasure of Martha Boudreau, AARP’s Chief Communications and Marketing Officer, giving the keynote address.  In celebration of the 30th anniversary of this...

How Local Partnerships Support Sitar Arts Center

For many community-based nonprofits, partnerships enhance programming and provide a bridge to the working world. This model is embodied by Sitar Arts Center, WWPR’s 2018-2019 nonprofit pro bono client. Fourteen artistic partnerships support Sitar’s programming for...

Member Spotlight: Tesia Williams

Tesia Williams, Director of Communications at the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (HHS OIG) Tesia received a BA in mass communications from Hampton University in Virginia. As an undergraduate student, she didn’t immediately know her...

President’s Note: November 2019

Looking back at the last month, all I can think is: wow, what an amazing time to celebrate women. The 30th annual Woman of the Year Luncheon confirmed that this incredible network of mentors and colleagues can inspire and drive us to reach momentous achievements. ...

Event Recap of Flying Solo: A Guide to Freelance Life

Last month, WWPR members joined members of The Wing, DC’s first women-only co-working space and community, to hear from experienced freelancers about going solo. The three speakers offered an inside look at how they started their freelancing careers, some of the...