September 24th, 2019

Bellingham Golf and Country Club Ballroom

Social – 5:30pm

Dinner – 5:45pm     

Meeting – 6:00-8:00pm

CLOSED MEETING – PROFESSIONAL WOMAN OF THE YEAR FINALISTS PRESENTATIONS

If you would like to attend, please join one of our earlier meetings in the year and submit your application to join!

RSVP HERE

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October 11th, 2019

5:30-9:00
The Four Points by Sheraton
714 Lakeway Drive, Bellingham

PROFESSIONAL WOMAN OF THE YEAR GALA & SCHOLARSHIP FUNDRAISER

The PWOTY award is a unique opportunity to engage and support women with varying backgrounds, stories and areas of expertise. Every year, we ask the public to submit nominations to highlight amazing women playing pivotal roles in their business and community. These individuals develop future leaders, mentor our children and peers, and give back in ways that impact us all.

In addition to recognizing several of our community’s truly deserving professional, our annual banquet serves as an incredible opportunity to support students and fellow non-profits. The PWOTY banquet is Whatcom Women in Business’ sole fundraiser, allowing us to grant four scholarships each year to women furthering their education. Additionally, one non-profit is selected annually by membership. Supplemented by member’s donations, funds raised during the banquet allow us to make a generous contribution to their cause.

Purchase tickets to the Gala HERE!

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October 22nd, 2019

5:30-9:00
Bellingham Golf and Country Club Ballroom

Social – 5:30pm

Dinner – 5:45pm     

Meeting – 6:00-8:00pm

Speaker: TBD

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November 26th, 2019

Bellingham Golf and Country Club Ballroom

Social – 5:30pm

Dinner – 5:45pm     

Meeting – 6:00-8:00pm

JUST LIKE THE MEN: A BELLINGHAM FILM
Cassidy Brooks & Stacy Reynolds
Talking to Crows

 We’re a female-majority film production company producing a film written by Bellingham local, Ella Higginson, in 1914. The screenplay satirizes her own experience campaigning for another local Bellingham woman, Francis C. Axtell in 1912 resulting in a historic win for women in Washington state. Our presentation discusses the lost legacy of Ella, our adaptation of her original screenplay, and how we intend to make this film successful on local, academic, and mainstream levels.  We wish to connect with the women of WWIB as this film was written, directed, produced, and edited by a team of women that spans over 100 years.

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December 10th, 2019

Location: TBD

5:30pm

HOLIDAY PARTY

CLOSED MEETING

Party, party, party!

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