PWN Rome is a dynamic volunteer-based and not profit membership organization of women with diverse backgrounds, cultures and profession, where women can meet other women coming from a different experience and stage of their professional path/life.

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PWN  Rome offers you a one-stop platform to connect with like-minded professionals from across the world; to develop your skills and competencies, and to share your experience and knowledge. Become a member of the PWN Global community and you can:

  • Access a ready built global professional network that will help you to achieve your career aspirations

  • Learn from diverse sources (local events, mentoring, forums, webinars and dynamic content) how you can advance your career and make a difference to gender balance globally

Become a Corporate Partner and make a difference. We will support you with our corporate services, raise your visibility as a Gender Balanced Organisation and meet your  needs with a comprehensive programme. Together we will place gender balance at the very core of your operations.

 

 

 

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Welcome to PWN Rome!

PWN Rome belongs to PWN Global, the Professional Women’s Network; a dynamic fast-growing offline and online networking and leadership development group for professional women of different sectors and industries.

We aim to be an International Association for career-oriented women in Italy, recognized for our networking opportunities, professional activities and pioneering initiatives which set the stage for significant change. We want to model a feminine way of working which leverage everyone's contribution: gender balanced decision making creates strength of character, resilience and growth. We aim at accelerating the pace of change and our community to embrace new skills and put reforms into action.

Our values are: Courage, Respect, Gratitude, Collaborative Intelligence, Excellence & Talent

 

 

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