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WNORTH Conference Call for Applications

Two local women on the rise will be awarded a scholarship to attend the WNORTH Conference April 15-17 at the Nita Lake Lodge.
WNORTH is a boutique-style conference focused on providing a forum for women who are aiming for, or already on, a senior executive leadership track. Top female business leaders in corporate, public and entrepreneurial sectors, will come together, under this year’s conference theme of Cultivating Legacy, to enhance their leadership training, engage in high-level networking and witness inspirational talks from global leaders.

To nominate yourself or someone else please complete the nomination form.

NOMINATE

Don’t forget that WNORTH is extending an exclusive offer to Whistler Chamber Members to attend the Conference. By using the Promotional Code WHISCHAMBER20, Members receive a discount to attend this impactful leadership development opportunity. Register using this link to take advantage of this special member rate.

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