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March 2016
HONOLULU EDITION
Chartered November 3, 1967
March 2016 | Vol. 8, No. 3
Letter from the President
Aloha EWI of Honolulu Members~
I am excited to announce our March “Taste of Mardi Gras” wine tasting fundraiser
event on Wednesday, March 9, 2016 at 5:30pm, held at member firm The Plaza Club.
Presale Tickets are $75 which will include heavy pupus and an assortment of great
wine vendors. We want to thank Jason Fukeda, Manager of Fujioka’s Wine for
assisting us in securing these vendors. Showcase vendors are Young’s Market
Company / The Estates Group, Southern Wine & Spirits (SWS) / American Wine &
Spirits (AWS), Chambers & Chambers Wine Merchants, Johnson Brothers of Hawaii
and Paradise Beverages. We have jazz and blues entertainment by Nicholas Kaleikini
performing with a trio featuring Chalin Shadowboxing, formerly of the UK group Juce.
Wear “Black”, beads and masks will be provided.
It’s going to be a fun event! We hope to see our EWI of Honolulu firms well
represented at our event along with EWI alumni, friends and leaders from the
Hawaii business community.
Cheers!
All proceeds of the “Taste of Mardi Gras” event will benefit the EWI of Honolulu
Na Wahine Scholarship Program. This scholarship fund will allow some of our
members to attend EWI’s leadership conference, known as LCAM in Spokane
Washington in September 2016. LCAM provides professional development
opportunities for our members.
The Na Wahine Alaka’i Leadership Award was established to recognize the talent and leadership potential of an EWI
of Honolulu rep. This year we will award up to $1,700 in monetary support for a rep to attend the EWI Leadership
Conference and Annual Meeting (LCAM) and Academy of Leadership in Spokane, WA, September 21-24, 2016.
Nominations are now open and I can’t wait to see who will join me in Spokane!
This month’s Connect contains the Straw Ballot that seeks nominations for board positions for the 2016-17 year.
Creating a succession system of leaders in our chapter is critical to our continued health, strength and growth. The
successful volunteer leader will work with inspiration and passion not only for themselves but others. If you have a
passion for EWI and a heart of service I encourage you to take on a leadership role on the board.
To Date we have 62 Member Firms.
***PREZI CHALLENGE: What is my favorite NFL Football Team? Please email me the answer before Wednesday,
March 9th @ [email protected] Hint: Where is Mardi Gras famously celebrated???
IGNITE YOUR CAREER | ENGAGE YOURSELF | THRIVE WITH EWI HONOLULU!
Maegan Brandt, 2015-2016 EWI of Honolulu President
President’s Message p.1 • Taste of Mardi Gras p.2 • Chapter Leadership p.3 • Board Meeting Highlights, Dates to
Note p.4 • Professional Development p.6 • Na Wahine Alakai Nomination Form p.7 • 2016-17 Straw Ballot p.8 • Whale
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Counting Event p.9 • FEB Mtg Recap p.11 • EWISP Save The Date p.13 • Golf Tournament 2016 p.14 • RESULTS
Guide p.17
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Mission
Executive Women International (EWI) brings together key individuals from diverse businesses for the purpose
of promoting member firms, enhancing personal and professional development, and encouraging community
involvement.
Vision
To be a global women’s organization of 5,000 engaged members empowering others for positive change
Values
Integrity | Excellence | Respect | Collaboration
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Honolulu Chapter Board Meeting Highlights
January 27, 2016
Treasurer’s Report:
• Treasurer’s report tabled to February’s Board Meeting
Committee Reports:
ASIST – Roseann Freitas
• Scholarship Applicant Judging - Saturday, June 4, 2016 at the Outrigger
Reef Waikiki Beach Resort – Boardroom 1 & 2.
• Scholarship Banquet – Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at the Outrigger Reef
Waikiki Beach Resort – Diamond Head Meeting Room.
Communications and Marketing – Jodi Uehara
• February Connect is scheduled to be released on: Friday, January 29,
2016
• Articles for the March Connect are due on: February 10, 2016
EWISP – Kim Asuncion
• All 3 judges have been secured: Civic sector – Nicole Velasaco,
Executive Director, Office of Economic Development, City and County
of Honolulu; Business sector– Pat Kozuma; Aston Waikiki Sunset
General Manager and Education sector – Joel Johnson; Adjunct
Professor, Chaminade University.
• Next Committee Meeting: Wednesday, February 17, 2016; Hawaii Prince
Hotel; 5:30pm-7:00pm
Philanthropy – Jennifer Ihara
• NOAA Whale Counting is on Saturday, February 27, 20016 at Magic
Island 8 a.m.-12:15 p.m. will post on Facebook.
• Next Committee meeting: TBD in Feb/March at Panya Bistro at 5:30
p.m.
Program – Julie Vaugh
• February Dinner: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at Empress Restaurant
– Imperial Room (2nd Floor) at 5:30 p.m. Speaker will be Alan Lum –
Feng Shui Master will highlight the membership on prosperity in the
workplace. Please wear Red.
• Membership Drive Recruitment Challenge: Bring a guest for a chance to
win a free lunch. Guest joins – automatic winner.
• March Wine Fundraiser: Sub-committee met on Wednesday, January
20, 2016 at member firm The Plaza Club. The theme is Mardi Gras at
member firm The Plaza Club.
Retention & Recruitment – Melissa Tree
• 61 member firms and 66 member representatives.
• Posted New Membership: Michelle Wee, Pacific Beach Hotel.
• New Member Welcome Bags: Ask member firms for “Schwag” items;
requesting 15 items per firm.
Sergeant-at-Arms – Karen Mendes
• There were 29 representatives, 8 guests and 3 no shows at the
Wednesday, January 13, 2016 membership meeting held at member
firm The Pagoda Hotel.
• 48% member representatives were in attendance.
2015-2016
Officers & Directors
President
Maegan Brandt
Insurance Solutions LLC
VP/President-Elect
Wanda Sanchez
SageView Advisory Group
Secretary
Leslie Ikei
Y. Hata & Co.
Treasurer
Karen Choe
New York Life Insurance
Sergeant-at-Arms
Karen Mendes
American Solutions for Business
Communications & Marketing
Director
Jodi Uehara
APP Hawaii
Retention & Recruitment
Director
Melissa Tree
Robert Half International
Programs Director
Julie Vaugh
Hagadone Printing Company
Ways & Means Director
JaDawn Perez
American Carpet One
EWISP Director at Large
Kim Asuncion
Aston Hotels
Appointed Positions
ASIST Chair
Roseann Freitas
Archipelago Hawaii
Philanthropy Chair
Jennifer Ihara
Level 3 Communications
Bylaws/Parliamentarian
Brenda Kanno
The Research Corporation of the
University of Hawaii
Advisor
Cora Kim
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
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Ways and Means – JaDawn Perez
• Committee meeting was held on Monday, January 25, 2016, 5:30 p.m. at
the Hawaii Convention Center.
• Golf Tournament solicitations letters will be stuffed on Monday, February
8, 2016 and will be mailed out no later than Friday, February 12, 2016.
Unfinished Business:
• Collegiate Task Force updates (Cora Kim): still looking for an advisor and
will need to secure by next fall; working with HSMAI collegiate chapter. We
need at least 6 members to be recognized as a registered organization. If
anyone has any contacts at the University of Hawaii, please contact the task
force. Consider creating a scholarship once the collegiate chapter is
implemented. Brenda suggests chapter approval. Membership will need to
think of what is our responsibility; what’s expected of the student group;
time commitment? Suggestion was to prepare a proposal presentation to
membership.
• Fidelity Bond Renewal Premium (Maegan Brandt) – Received official
signed renewal bond; covers core members; insurance bond of any theft of
monies from our chapter. Premium remained flat; added Ways & Means
Director.
New Business:
• President Maegan Brandt is a part of the Corporate Social Media
Committee. More information to follow on a new website platform as
mentioned in the January Corporate Connect.
• EWI will not have any Spring Conference this year
• Combined Southwest Pacific/Northwest Board Forum - Saturday, June 18,
2016 in San Diego. EWI San Diego to host. Current, incoming and future
board is welcomed to attend. Maegan and Wanda will represent EWI
Honolulu Chapter. Registration packet will come out in March; there is a
$100 registration fee.
DATES TO NOTE
Tuesday, March 1, 2016
@ 10am: March
Professional
Development Webinar!
Identifying Your Target
Market and Your Ideal
Client – How Hard Can It
Be?
Presenter: Cortney Ihde
Wednesday, March 9th,
2016: Taste of Mardi
Gras- EWI Wine Tasting
Fundraiser @ 5:30pm,
The Plaza Club
Wear “Black”
Wednesday, March
30th, 2016: BOD’s MTG
@ 5:30pm, WCC
Happy Birthday!
Jennifer Padre
Karen Garcia
JaDawn Perez
Cherelle Ford
Taryn Kabei
Jocelyn Collado
March 2
March 11
March 11
March 16
March 23
March 31
Next Meetings:
• February Professional Development Webinar “WOE to WOW - Excelling
Women in Leadership and Helping Them Find Their WHY!” will be held on
Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
• The next membership meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 10,
2016, 5:30 p.m. at Empress Restaurant.
• The next board meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 24, 2016,
5:30 p.m. at the Waialae Country Club Boardroom.
Share your News and Photos in the monthly CONNECT
Contact: Jodi Uehara [email protected] 808-927-5400
Submission deadline: April Issue: March 9, 2016
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MARCH PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
WEBINAR
Identifying Your Target Market and Your Ideal Client – How Hard Can It Be?
Presenter: Cortney Ihde
Date: Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Time: 10:00 AM
In our work and in our EWI Chapters, we often hear that the process of seeing what we offer is a challenge and
sometimes very frustrating. What would happen if it was easier to do both by learning a new way to articulate what we
have to offer and the audience we are targeting was getting the message? Do you think our results would be better?
Join us for this webinar to learn:
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How To Identify Your Target Market
How to Articulate Your Ideal Client/Member
Practical Tips You Can Implement Immediately
Ability to Confidently Represent Your Organization Moving Forward
Cortney Ihde is a Certified Business Growth Coach with ActionCOACH, the World’s #1 Business Coaching
Firm. She currently serves as a Director on our EWI Corporate Board. Cortney understands the dynamics and
expectations that business owners face as she has over 15 years of experience working within a multi-generational
family business. She is also a business owner herself and has successfully built profitable and cohesive teams in two
Direct Sales companies. Cortney has leadership experience working with and serving on local non-profit boards, in
addition to many civic and community committees and organizations. She is a graduate of University of Wisconsin
with a BS in Marketing. Cortney is passionate about seeing more businesses leverage their marketing efforts to
increase sales and profitability.
Dial-in: 877.204.3718 or Toll Free 303.223.9908
Conference Code: 9883627
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2016 Na Wahine Alaka’i Leadership Award
The Na Wahine Alaka'i Leadership Award was established in 2004 to recognize the talent and leadership potential of
EWI of Honolulu Representatives. We are pleased this year to award up to $1,700 in monetary support for a
Representative to attend the annual EWI Leadership Conference and Annual Meeting (LCAM) and Academy of
Leadership in Spokane, Washington from September 21 – 24, 2016. The Awardee will be responsible for all other
expenses related to attendance. Receipts must be provided in order to receive reimbursement of expenses up to
the awarded amount.
Selection Criteria:
• Nominees must be an active Representative in good standing of EWI of Honolulu for a minimum of one year.
• Past Presidents, previous awardees, sustaining members, and chapter life members are not eligible.
• Nominees must regularly attend monthly Chapter meetings and participate fully in committee assignments
and meetings.
• Preference will be given to first-time attendees to LCAM.
• Individuals selected must commit to serving in a Chapter Board position.
Program Guidelines:
• Nominations may be submitted by another EWI member (Representative or Executive) or self-nominated.
• Nominees must complete a Nomination Form which includes a narrative (not to exceed one page) as to why
the individual is worthy of this award.
• Awardee shall present a report to the Chapter membership on the LCAM experience and the sessions
attended.
Nomination Form
Nominee
Firm
Representative Since
Attended LCAM Before?
No ________
Yes _______
Year & Place: ____________
Active on Committee?
No ________
Yes _______
Committee: ____________
Attends Monthly Mtgs?
No ________
Yes _______
# Attended this Year: ______
Why should this Nominee be selected? (Please attach additional sheet if necessary; not to exceed one page).
Nominated by:
__________________________
Date
_________________________
Email
Submit to:
__________________________________
Printed Name/Signature
__________________________________
Phone
Maegan Brandt by April 29, 2016
Phone/Email
808-853-3403
[email protected]
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Straw Ballot
2016-17 OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EWI OF HONOLULU
The Nominating Committee seeks your input on individuals willing to serve our chapter…a rewarding experience!
A minimum of three (3) directors, which includes the President-elect, must have served on the Chapter Board the
previous year. No director shall serve more than five (5) consecutive terms.
Enter your first choice for each position, and if desired, your second choice. Following presentation at the June 8,
2016 membership meeting, nominations may be made to President, Maegan Brandt, in writing by any five (5)
representatives prior to July 31, 2016, at which time the nominations are automatically closed. All nominees must
have indicated their willingness to serve, if elected.
First Choice
Second Choice (optional)
Vice President/President-Elect
___________________________
__________________________
Secretary
___________________________
__________________________
Treasurer
___________________________
__________________________
Sergeant-at-Arms
___________________________
__________________________
Retention & Recruitment
___________________________
__________________________
Program Director
___________________________
__________________________
Communications & Marketing
___________________________
__________________________
Ways and Means Director
___________________________
__________________________
Director-at-Large EWISP
___________________________
__________________________
Note: Wanda Sanchez was elected for a two-year term as Vice President/President-elect and therefore will assume
the Presidency in 2016-17.
Send this form to the Nominating Committee Chair Cora Kim, Hawaii Prince Hotel via email:
[email protected]
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Directory Changes
Please notify Retention & Recruitment Director Melissa Tree of Robert Half International if you have any changes in
your address, email, telephone number, etc. so the change can be made in the directory.
[email protected] / 808-531-0800
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Important Dates
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March 9: “Taste of Mardi Gras” Wine Tasting Fundraiser – The Plaza Club
Deadline to submit articles for the April Connect
April 13: Membership Meeting – Speaker: Laura Beeman, UH Women’s Basketball Coach
Deadline to submit articles for the May Connect
May 11: EWISP Scholarship Dinner
Deadline to submit articles for the June Connect
June 8: Business Meeting – The Plaza Club
Deadline to submit articles for the July Connect
July 13: ASIST Scholarship Dinner – Outrigger Reef
Deadline to submit articles for the August Connect
August 10: American Carpet One Firm Night
Deadline to submit articles for the September Connect
August 26: EWI Scholarship Golf Tournament
September 14: Installation of New Board Members
Deadline to submit articles for the October Connect
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To help ring in the year of the Fire Monkey, EWI of Honolulu had Feng Shui expert Alan Lum
educate our membership and guests on Feng Shui and Chinese Astrology. We learned that
CNY starts always on February 4th when the spring festival begins. President Maegan
Brandt opened the program with a traditional Lion Dance. Members and guests wore red for
Good Luck. 62 people in attendance.
Why EWI….
By Member Representative Adele Tasaka of Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau
Why EWI?
How could you not
The organization that leads us all
Creates energy that makes us feel tall
Connections and friendships
Leadership and growth
Community action
Is just a small part of our hearts satisfaction
Love and support
These fine ladies provide
Business and fun
Success in careers
Helping others both members And new friends
No matter where we go… memories stay dear and near in our hearts
No better group than the ladies of EWI
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Visit the EWI Corporate Website
If you haven’t visited the EWI Corporate website yet, please do so!
There’s a special members-only login, where you can get access to the Corporate
directory of EWI members, view recorded teleseminars and webinars, and learn
more about EWI.
If you don’t know your login information, call the Corporate office toll-free at 877439-4669 or email [email protected] and they will help you.
www.ewiconnect.com
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Team Information
Executive Women International
Honolulu Chapter
Team One
Team Captain__________________________
Address_____________________________________________
Member Firms*
4 Miles, LLC
Hilton Waikiki Beach
Accuity, LLP
Honolulu Cartridge World
Allied Builders System
Howard Hughes Corporation
Phone______________________________________________
AMEC
Insurance Solutions LLC
Handicap____________________________________________
American Carpet One
Ito Healthcare Group
American Solutions for Business
Lamination House, Inc.
APP Hawaii
Level 3 Communications
Email ______________________________________________
Player Two____________________________
Address____________________________________________
Phone______________________________________________
Aqua Hospitality
Ligs University
Archipelago Hawaii
Marie Louise Fine Garment
Cleaners
Aston Hotels
Meridian Properties, Inc.
Bank of Hawaii
Miller-Hee Realty Inc.
Becker Communications, Inc.
Mokulele Airlines
Handicap____________________________________________
Better Business Bureau of
Hawaii, Inc.
Player Three__________________________
Blood Bank of Hawaii
New York Life Insurance
Central Pacific Bank
Northwestern Mutual Financial
Network
Address____________________________________________
mPower Hawaii
Clean Break Hawaii
Office Girl Empire
Phone______________________________________________
Coldwell Banker Pacific
Properties
Outrigger Enterprises Group
Handicap____________________________________________
Cowabunga! Computers
Pacific Business News
C. S. Wo & Sons, Ltd.
Pacific Guardian Life Insurance
Team Two
Team Captain__________________________
Elite Parking
The Plaza Club
First Foundation Bank
Punahou School
First Hawaiian Bank
Remedy Intelligent Staffing
Hagadone Printing Company
The Queen’s Health Systems
Phone______________________________________________
Hawaii Convention Center
The Research Corporation of
The University of Hawaii
Handicap____________________________________________
Hawai‘i Medical Service
Association (HMSA)
Address____________________________________________
Email ______________________________________________
Player Two___________________________
Address____________________________________________
Phone_____________________________________________
Robert Half International
Hawaii News Now
SageView Advisory Group
Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki
Samantha Kasnetz
Hawaii Tech Support
SH Consulting LLC
Hawaii Visitors and Convention
Bureau
Starwood Hotels in Waikiki
Hawaiian Electric
UHA
Y. Hata & Company Limited
Golf
Handicap___________________________________________
Player Three__________________________
Address____________________________________________
Phone_____________________________________________
Handicap___________________________________________
(00) 0100-4494 rev 1.16 FN
21st Annual Scholarship
Golf Tournament
“Tee Up for Education”
Sustaining Members*
Edith Won
Chapter Life Member*
Eleanor Urakawa
*Membership as of January 2016
HAWAII PRINCE GOLF CLUB
Friday, August 26, 2016
EWISP (Executive Women International
Scholarship Program) provides scholarship funds
to outstanding high school seniors for their pursuit
of a baccalaureate degree from a post-secondary
education institution. Students are judged on their
oral and written communication skills, creativity,
scholastic records, financial need, involvement in
extracurricular activities, leadership qualities and
honors, citizenship, attitude, and clearly defined
career goals. In 2016, EWI of Honolulu will award up
to $20,000 in scholarships.
ASIST (Adult Students in Scholastic Transition)
Scholarship Program provides financial support
to adults facing economic, social, or physical
challenges, who are looking to improve their
situation through educational opportunities
(non-traditional students). The goal of the
scholarship is to enable recipients to improve
their self-esteem and to have a positive impact on
their personal life, employment, and community
through the furtherance of their education.
In 2016, EWI of Honolulu will award up to $20,000
in scholarships.
Who is EWI? Executive Women International is
a professional organization that brings together
key individuals from diverse businesses for the
purposes of promoting member firms, enhancing
personal and professional development, and
encouraging community involvement. EWI is
unique in that the firm, not the individual, holds
the membership.
Since its establishment in 1938 in San Francisco,
California, the organization has grown, and today,
EWI has more than 1,400 member firms and
1,700 representatives in chapters in major cities
across the U.S. and Canada. EWI of Honolulu was
established in 1967 and currently has 62 member
firms and 66 representatives.
Thank you for your support and for participating in
our 21st Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament.
See you there!
21st Annual Scholarship
Golf Tournament
HAWAII PRINCE GOLF CLUB
91-1200 Fort Weaver Road, Ewa Beach
Phone: 944-4567
August 26, 2016
11 a.m. Registration
12 p.m. Shotgun Start
Lunch and Awards Banquet Included
TOURNAMENT FORMAT
3-PERSON SCRAMBLE
Maximum Handicap: Men 30, Women 36
Soft spikes are mandatory
FEES
PLATINUM SPONSOR
$2,500
GOLD SPONSOR
$1,000
($1,200 tax deductible –
limited spaces available)
($500 tax deductible)
Includes:
Two Teams
Sponsor Banner
Placed at Clubhouse
Special Sponsor
Recognition in Printed
Materials
Sponsor Sign
Placed at Hole
Expedited Check-In
Special Contests
Mulligans
Lunch, Dinner,
Refreshments, Snacks
Includes:
One Team
Sponsor Recognition in
Printed Materials
Sponsor Sign Placed
at Hole (shared)
Special Contests
Mulligans
Lunch, Dinner,
Refreshments, Snacks
TEAM OF THREE
GOLFERS
$550
($180 tax deductible)
Includes:
Special Contests,
Mulligans, Lunch, Dinner,
Refreshments, Snacks
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact JaDawn Perez • Phone (808) 224-1326
Email: [email protected]
Sponsor Information

Where does your money go? Your participation
in the golf tournament, our major fund-raising
event, will support EWI’s mission of community
involvement and allow us to continue to provide
generous scholarships to individuals pursuing a
higher education degree and to support other
philanthropic activities related to literacy. A small
portion of the proceeds will also support some of
our operational expenses.
Company/Individual Name*
Contact Person*
Mailing Address*
City/ZIP Code*
Phone*
Email Address*
* = Required
Available Sponsorships
❏ PLATINUM SPONSOR - $2,500
❏ GOLD SPONSOR - $1,000
❏ TEAM OF THREE GOLFERS - $550
If the tournament must be canceled due to extreme
weather conditions, safety concerns, or any other
reason, fees cannot be returned. Thank you for your
understanding.
❏ I cannot attend, but enclosed is our donation
check for $________ and/or we would
like to donate the following to be used as
tournament prize(s): ________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
_________________________________
To reserve a spot, please make
check payable to:
EWI®
and mail payment with this form to:
Attn: JaDawn Perez
P.O. Box 2295
Honolulu, HI 96804-2295
Golf
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SAVE THE DATE
21st Annual
EWI Golf Tournament
Friday, August 26, 2016
Hawaii Prince Golf Club, Ewa Beach
For more information:
JaDawn Perez
(808) 224 1326
[email protected]
Your participation supports EWI Honolulu
Chapter’s scholarship programs
for high school seniors (EWISP) and adult
students in transition (ASIST).
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How Member Firms Benefit from EWI: RESULTS
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Relationships
EWI is an organization that believes in long-term, highly valuable relationships. EWI does not
work as a “quick-hit” lead generator. Rather, member representatives build lasting, sustainable,
and ultimately valuable business connections through trust and respect. The relationships your
employees form create associations between your organization and a diversity of other prestigious
firms and executives in your city.
Education
EWI offers hundreds of professional development webinars and other resources each year on
topics relevant to a member representative’s business and personal growth. Your investment
provides affordable access to professionally produced training that would be difficult for many
businesses to provide to their employees. To further your investment, member representatives are
encouraged and expected to share their learning with other employees.
Skills
EWI member representatives practice strong business ethics and build core skills such as public
speaking, effective leadership, mentoring, strategic planning, and even how to effectively and
efficiently run meetings with Robert’s Rules of Order.
Untapped Potential
Participation in EWI quickly raises your firm’s visibility among your city’s business community.
This affords you the ability to promote your products and services to audiences you may not reach
otherwise, both locally and throughout EWI’s North American network. Your firm will also have the
ability to build contacts by hosting Chapter Firm Nights or attending other Firm Nights and various
business meetings throughout the year.
Leadership
Many EWI member representatives cite leadership opportunities as a driving motivator for their
participation. EWI offers a number of ways to build real-world leadership skills through Chapter
leadership, Corporate Board participation, our Academy of Leadership program and other
initiatives. Additionally, your membership positions your firm and your member representatives as
leaders within your business community.
Tangible Returns
The EWI network is incredibly loyal and motivated to see your member representatives and your
firm succeed—more often than not, representatives look to one another first when they need a
specific product or service. Your firm will be listed in the EWI International Directory, considered
the “blue book” of industry professionals, which constitutes a network across the United States and
Canada for the exchange of information and business matters.
Support
Your member representatives will have a support structure of like-minded individuals outside of the
office for career advice and other needs. EWI membership also provides you with an opportunity to
support and recognize a top-ranking person within your firm by appointing her/him
to represent your organization. Lastly, EWI offers your firm a number of ways to support your
local community through good works, scholarship programs, and other philanthropic initiatives.
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