Executive Women in Texas Government EWTG- Houston

Executive Women in Texas Government EWTG- Houston EWTG was founded by six visionary women who recognized the need for women in higher levels of state gov to have an educational and networking support group
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Vision
Developing leaders to create positive results in Texas state government.

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07/06/2021

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#Focus #Mindfulness #Meditation When you get stressed out, worried, or anxious at work or in another space, remember to breathe and focus on something that relaxes you. #MentalHealthisImportant

07/04/2021
06/20/2021
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06/19/2021

Timeline Photos

Happy Juneteenth!

Today the nation celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. Originating in Galveston, Texas, Juneteenth has been celebrated annually on June 19 in various parts of the United States since 1866. The day was recognized as a federal holiday on June 17, 2021, when President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act into law. Juneteenth's commemoration is on the anniversary date of the June 19, 1865, announcement of General Order No. 3 by Union Army general Gordon Granger, proclaiming freedom for slaves in Texas.

Juneteenth is a joyous and spirited celebration of community. To commemorate Juneteenth, Black communities celebrate by having parades, going to festivals, hosting barbecues, and coming together in fellowship and prayer. Learn more by joining Juneteenth activities in your local community.

05/09/2021
EWTG Members, The State Agency Council Board would like to invite Executive Women in Texas Government Members to the Out...
04/28/2021

EWTG Members,

The State Agency Council Board would like to invite Executive Women in Texas Government Members to the Outstanding Women in Texas Government Awards program on June 8, 2021.

CLICK BELOW ⤵️ to register...
https://lcra-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Hg-R8MoaQE-hqvyx4e8vsQ

EWTG Members,

The State Agency Council Board would like to invite Executive Women in Texas Government Members to the Outstanding Women in Texas Government Awards program on June 8, 2021.

CLICK BELOW ⤵️ to register...
https://lcra-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Hg-R8MoaQE-hqvyx4e8vsQ

Check your email 📧 to register for this virtual networking event!
04/20/2021

Check your email 📧 to register for this virtual networking event!

Check your email 📧 to register for this virtual networking event!

04/01/2021
Fun Friday Game!
03/12/2021

Fun Friday Game!

Fun Friday Game!

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03/09/2021

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Please help me wish our Affiliate Chair- Brenda Grays a Happy Birthday!
03/03/2021

Please help me wish our Affiliate Chair- Brenda Grays a Happy Birthday!

Please help me wish our Affiliate Chair- Brenda Grays a Happy Birthday!

03/01/2021

Happy Women's History Month! Spend some time this March learning more about the women, past and present, who shape our world. Check out our website for virtual exhibits, biographies, classroom-ready resources for educators, upcoming events, and more. Together, we can tell a more inclusive and representative history: www.womenshistory.org

#womenshistorymonth #nationalwomenshistorymuseum #womenlead

Please help me wish one of our active Retiree members Ms. Brenda McCoy a Happy 80th Birthday!
03/01/2021

Please help me wish one of our active Retiree members Ms. Brenda McCoy a Happy 80th Birthday!

Please help me wish one of our active Retiree members Ms. Brenda McCoy a Happy 80th Birthday!

Stay home! But if you have to drive, review the tips below before getting behind the wheel 🚘
02/17/2021

Stay home! But if you have to drive, review the tips below before getting behind the wheel 🚘

Freezing temperatures can present unpredictable road conditions and affect your vehicle. Here are a few tips to stay safe during this wintery blast:
• Plan ahead and allow your engine to heat up and ice to thaw before driving.
• Check road conditions beforehand at DriveTexas.org.
• Have a full tank of gas and emergency kit on hand in the event you become stranded.
• Go slow – black ice is virtually invisible; drive slowly, break slowly, and turn slowly.
• Approach bridges, overpasses, ramps, and shaded areas with caution.
• If your car skids on ice, ease off gas and breaks and steer into the direction of the skid until you regain traction and then straighten out.
(C0182) #winterdrivingtips

02/15/2021
Happy Valentines Day! Post pics with your loved ones in the comments! 🤗 🥰
02/15/2021

Happy Valentines Day! Post pics with your loved ones in the comments! 🤗 🥰

Happy Valentines Day! Post pics with your loved ones in the comments! 🤗 🥰

02/13/2021
February marks the start of Black History Month, a federally recognized celebration of the contributions Black Americans...
02/02/2021

February marks the start of Black History Month, a federally recognized celebration of the contributions Black Americans have made to this country and a time to reflect on the continued struggle for racial justice.

For more information on Houston Black History Month events visit ⤵️
https://www.eventbrite.com/c/black-history-month-virtual-events-cwyhygw/

February marks the start of Black History Month, a federally recognized celebration of the contributions Black Americans have made to this country and a time to reflect on the continued struggle for racial justice.

For more information on Houston Black History Month events visit ⤵️
https://www.eventbrite.com/c/black-history-month-virtual-events-cwyhygw/

01/28/2021
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EWTG Needs You!
Consider Volunteering for the EWTG Scholarship Committee!

Distinguished Colleagues,

Welcome to another great year of EWTG Membership that will include featured informative events, member networking, and collaborative opportunities that will assist us in our professional roles. It is an honor to be able to lead this outstanding group over the next year! The great work and advancements in EWTG are not possible without the fantastic work of our committees and this is where you come in!

As we hit the ground running for this next year, we are actively looking for volunteers to serve on the scholarship committee. The Scholarship Committee works with the executive board to assist with the following:

Administers the EWTG Scholarship program for general scholarships, Leadership Texas scholarships and Leadership America scholarships.

Designs and revises the scholarship application, announces application deadlines, reviews the applications, and recommends scholarship awards to the Board.

Present recommendations to board for approval before any action is taken.

Additionally, EWTG is always looking for volunteers to assist in other areas to provide the best opportunities in promoting leadership in service through professional development. Please take a moment and review the following committees and reflect on what you find interesting and be willing to assist with their successful operations. Members are invited to to serve on one or more committees as they have time.

If you would like to be a part of an EWTG committee, please complete this form or send an email at [email protected]. A representative of the committee will connect with you to provide more information.

CLICK BELOW ⤵️

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01/21/2021

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EWTG Houston Charter Member Memoriam
01/20/2021

EWTG Houston Charter Member Memoriam

Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG)
01/18/2021

Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG)

Today, we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. King was the chief spokesperson for nonviolent activism in the Civil Rights Movement. We encourage you to reflect during this day of service on King's dream for racial equality in the US.

01/01/2021
Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG)
12/25/2020

Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG)

To all who celebrate, may you have a peaceful and joyful Christmas!

11/26/2020
Check out our Vice President ChanDrika Mia moderating one of the first sessions “Living Intentionally: The Intersection ...
11/23/2020

Check out our Vice President ChanDrika Mia moderating one of the first sessions “Living Intentionally: The Intersection of Poverty, COVID-19 and Racism”

Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG)
11/19/2020

Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG)

Only 5 days left until our first Virtual Professional Development Conference!

Today, we highlight Emily Ramshaw, Co-Founder and CEO of the 19th*. Ms. Ramshaw will be participating in our featured conversation: Women Leading in 2020 and Beyond: Action, Asterisk and Allies. Hear more from Ms. Ramshaw (http://ow.ly/VE3m50CosHa) at the November 23 EWTG Virtual Conference. Register here: http://ow.ly/hfvz50CosHb

11/12/2020

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