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In an engaging moderated conversation panelists share experiences of becoming a leader within their companies and organizations, discuss how they entered the field, challenges they have faced along the way, strategies they have used to advance, and expectations about the future of renewable energy and/or women in the workplace.
5 Reasons you should attend! 1. Expand your toolkit – Hands on training focused on enhancing your leadership and career skills. Small group sessions will focus on communications in the workplace, media, and more.
The WoWE Leadership Forum is a professional development opportunity like none other! No other event combines leadership training, wind energy industry education and networking with companies and organizations from all over the industry PLUS other renewables.
The 2015 WoWE Leadership Forum will be an experience like no other, combining professional development with tools to advance renewable energy. Join professionals from across the country as we discuss current renewable energy trends and policy issues; all while gaining valuable tools to enhance your career and build your companies and organizations.
Whether you were running around like crazy in Orlando or you weren't able to be there in person this year, we wanted to be sure you didn't miss any of the great details.
The winners of the Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) Awards were announced at the annual luncheon held at AWEA's WINDPOWER 2015 Conference in Orlando, FL. The awards put the spotlight on professionals at the pinnacle of the industry as well as on the up-and-coming next generation of leaders. All three winners provide examples of achievement, creativity and courage.
5 Reasons to Attend the WoWE Luncheon at WINPOWER in Orlando. Network, Celebrate, and Collaborate with women across the industry.
Each year, Women of Wind Energy awards fellowships to women college students or recent graduates to attend the annual American Wind Energy Association WINDPOWER conference. The fellowship honors wind industry pioneer Rudd Mayer of Boulder, Colorado, who passed away in 2002. With great pleasure I'd like to introduce our 2015 Fellows!
Collaborate, challenge yourself, and strategize! Connect with others and build skills in a supportive small-group environment. Discuss industry trends, experiences in the workplace, work-life balance, and topics important to you. Practice presenting and communicating your own expertise. Expand your knowledge of the renewable energy field learning from your peers. Support and promote workplace equality and advancement with your group.
Nominate your colleague for Woman of the Year, Rising Star and WoWE Champion
January 2015: Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) launches application process for 2015 Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellowships
WoWE awards fellowships to women who are college students or recent graduates to attend the annual American Wind Energy Association WINDPOWER conference.
The fall always brings a lot of activity here at WoWE HQ. September kicked off right away with the WoWE-ELP Negotiations Training in Philadelphia on September 2nd and 3rd. It was the first time hosting an event like this for WoWE and it was a huge success.
If you missed this year's luncheon- here are some of the highlights from the Annual Awards, the Rudd Mayer Fellows, photos, videos and more!
The winners of the Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) Awards were announced on Thursday May 8 at the annual luncheon held at AWEA's WINDPOWER 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, NV. The awards put the spotlight on professionals at the pinnacle of the industry as well as on the up-and-coming next generation of leaders. All three winners provide examples of achievement, creativity and courage.
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) has selected six 2014 Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellows and plans to recognize them at the group’s annual luncheon on Thursday May 8 during the WINDPOWER 2014 Conference and Exhibition in Las Vegas, NV.
Luncheon Tickets are now available
Applications are starting to roll in for our 2014 Rudd Mayer Fellowships. If you know a student or recent grad that might be interested pass along the info – Applications due Feb 28
Executive Director, Kristen Graf takes a look at some of the highlights from 2013 for Women of Wind Energy
September marked the start of conference season with a bang. WoWE Executive Director, Kristen Graf, offers a round-up of her travels to celebrate, learn and network with a large and varied community.
Persuade your boss to send you to the WoWE Leadership Forum
Don't Miss the WoWE Leadership Forum - Here's Why...
Executive Director, Kristen Graf, spent time this month in Washington DC connecting with other women's organizations and making visits to Capitol Hill
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) Honors Lucille Olszewski, Dr. Julie Lundquist and Ian Baring-Gould at Annual Luncheon
March 2013: Honoring leading women in the wind power industry (cross-posted from AWEA's Into the Wind)
Great article from the American Wind Energy Association highlighting the leading women in the wind power industry.
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) Awards were announced yesterday at the annual luncheon held at AWEA's WINDPOWER 2012 Conference in Atlanta, GA.
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) has selected six 2012 Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellows and plans to recognize them at the group’s annual luncheon on Wednesday June 6 during the WINDPOWER 2012 Conference and Exhibition in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jan Blittersdorf of NRG Systems recognized for her “model of leadership”
And we are having a party to celebrate - join one in your area or connect online on February 16
Rudd Mayer Fellowship applications are due February 27, 2012
Save the Date!! WoWE Forum to be held Wednesday November 2 in Carlsbad California just before the AWEA Fall Symposium
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) has selected six 2011 Rudd Mayer Memorial Fellows and plans to recognize them at the group’s annual luncheon on Wednesday May 25 during the WINDPOWER 2011 Conference and Exhibition in Anaheim, California.
During the organization’s spring board meeting, Abby Arnold, Elizabeth “Liz” Salerno, and Rachael Elliot were appointed to the board of directors.
Women of Wind Energy (WoWE) seeks nominations for two outstanding women that will be honored at the annual luncheon during the WINDPOWER 2011 conference in Anaheim California this May.
Industry veterans and and interactive program will create a valuable space to assess both individual and corporate opportunities to sustain women's leadership at all levels of the renewable energy industry.
Save the Date!! WoWE Forum to be held Wednesday November 17 in Phoenix Arizona just before the AWEA Fall Symposium
WoWE's 2010 Woman of the Year and Rising Star Awardees were announced during AWEA's WINDPOWER 2010 Conference in Dallas, Texas.
Enroll now for WoWE's Mentoring Program. Registration will be open until June 18, 2010.
Reserve tickets now for WoWE's luncheon to be held Wednesday May 26 during AWEA's WINDPOWER 2010 conference in Dallas, TX.
Nominations for Woman of the Year and Rising Star are now being accepted and are due March 31, 2010.
Rudd Mayer Fellowship applications are due March 8, 2010
You're looking at WoWE's new website, marking our incorporation as an independent nonprofit. Special thanks go to DNV Global Energy Concepts, WoWE’s 2009 Underwriting Sponsor for Web Development, and other corporate partners for making this work possible.
Kristen Graf, formerly of the Clean Energy program of the Union of Concerned Scientists, will join WoWE in early November as our new Executive Director.
Every year at our annual WINDPOWER luncheon, WoWE honors those women who are past, present and future movers and shakers in the industry. But this year, we also announced..
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