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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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Developing leaders to create positive results in Texas state government.

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Celebrate Women’s History Month!
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Celebrate Women’s History Month!

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Wishing a Happy Birthday to our Past President Elizabeth Patrolia! 🥳
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Wishing a Happy Birthday to our Past President Elizabeth Patrolia! 🥳

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Early Bird registration has been extended until NEXT FRIDAY, November 5th for this year's EWTG Virtual Professional Development Conference!

The 2021 EWTG Virtual Professional Development Conference will provide a day full of diverse, innovative, interactive, inclusive, and exciting topics with fresh perspective for professionals in Texas government, academia, and public and private partnerships.

The conference will include three concurrent sessions providing a total of twelve learning opportunities, along with two keynote sessions.

Can’t attend live on November 22, 2021, want to attend more than one presentation in the same concurrent session, or want to see the same presentation multiple times? Registrants who are EWTG members will have access to conference recordings through July 31, 2022 and non-members through December 31, 2021.

Attendees can gain additional resources from virtual exhibitor booths and networking events.

NEW this year, in conjunction with the virtual conference will be a virtual silent auction, with proceeds going to fund EWTG scholarships awarded to members to support professional and personal development and to reward and encourage EWTG participation.

Once registered, additional information will be sent with a personalized link that will allow registrants to access the conference site and set up a customized profile at least one week before the event.

Register here: http://ow.ly/REYq50GBkg6

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During #NationalHispanicHeritageMonth (September 15-October 15) we recognize the contributions and influence of #Hispanic and #Latinx Americans. Today, we honor Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Often referred to by her initials, AOC). Puerto Rican descendant AOC is the YOUNGEST congresswoman in United States history, and is also the first member to serve from the Bronx or Queens. Winning in what was seen as the biggest upset victory in the 2018 midterm primaries, AOC advocates for a progressive platform that includes a federal jobs guarantee, abolishing I.C.E, a proposed Green New Deal, and a 70% marginal tax rate for incomes above $10 million.
#NationalHispanicHeritageMonth #HispanicWomanYouShouldKnow

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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

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06/19/2021

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

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

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

Fun Friday Game!

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We are SO thankful for Executive Women in Texas Government for supporting Dress for Success Austin with their generous donation at the annual conference yesterday in San Marcos! We had so much fun meeting all you inspiring women! #EWTG #womensupportingwomen . . Executive Women in Texas Government EWTG- Houston EWTG-Brazos Valley Executive Women In Texas Government - San Marcos, Texas
Looking forward to teaching the ladies at the Executive Women in Texas Government EWTG- Houston how to use body language and nonverbal communication to negotiate and close out deals. I'm excited for this! See you tomorrow. #speaker
#SanMarcos #Texas: #NakedNetworking® at the 2019 #EWTG conference explores common #networking fear. What scares you? Post comments below and we'll cover them at the event.
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EWTG is excited to support Dress for Success Austin as our Fall community service initiative. At Dress for Success, each woman receives a suiting session, with a stylist, where they get 4 pieces and shoes (an interview outfit and a second outfit for a callback). Recipients also receive an initial career assessment, as well as a follow up meeting. Dress for Success is also committed to supporting its clients after they're employed by hosting a professional women's group that brings in speakers to provide clients with opportunities for continual career growth. EWTG will collect donated business attire and accessories at our annual conference November 24th and 25th. Dress for Success needs black handbags, unopened makeup, full size toiletries, as well as suiting and business attire. Please consider making a donation to help empower women and to help us reach our giving goal! Every dollar counts! Text EWTG2019 to 44-321 or donate online at: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/dress-for-success-austin/executive-women-in-texas-government #dressforsuccess #EWTG #inclusion #empowerment Executive Women in Texas Government EWTG- Houston
EWTG WOMAN OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS WANTED Each year, we honor one of our members who has distinguished herself in our organization, her career, and her community with our Woman of the Year Award. The recipient of this award epitomizes EWTG's values and represents the best of who we are as women and leaders. This award is the highest honor EWTG can bestow. Please take a moment to think about all the amazing EWTG women you know. Consider members of your executive success team, women with whom you've served on a committee or service project, or other EWTG members you've met at the annual conference or any EWTG event. Then, nominate the member you think best represents EWTG. Nominators are asked to submit contact information of a close friend, associate or family member of the nominee in order for the submission to be considered. Here's a hint: she is smart, talented, dedicated, and has demonstrated her abilities. You know her, and you know she deserves recognition! EWTG's 2019 Woman of the Year will be announced at the annual conference in November. You must be a member to submit a nomination. Nominations are due Sunday, September 15, 2019, at 5:00 pm. https://www.ewtg.org/page/WOTYNomination #EWTG #Leadership #Award #Texas #Governement #WOTY #Honor Executive Women in Texas Government EWTG- Houston
Executive Women in Texas Government trip to Space Center Houston; about to visit Mission Control.
From left to right Deborah Shaw-Boatner Executive Women in Texas Government (EWTG) President; Cindy Hale, EWTG Affiliates Director; Elizabeth Edwards, Family Law Attorney with Tindall England PC and Elizabeth Patrolia, EWTG Houston Affiliate President.
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Visit your local DressBarn this Saturday Dec 9 and take 30% off your entire regular priced purchase when you mention this post!