Democrat? Pro-Choice? Pro-Women?

If you are, then you should know about the Women's Information Network -- a very cool Democratic, pro-choice organization dedicated to supporting and empowering young women.

Although based in Washington, DC with a chapter in NYC, WIN has a 26-year network of politically engaged alumnae spread throughout the country who follow WIN online as a great resource for information on issues, events, campaigns, causes, networking and job opportunities in all fields.

WIN's Annual "Young Women of Achievement Awards" this Thursday, February 25th in Washington, DC, is a great intro and opportunity to meet some of the most prominent national leaders in the choice community.

Young Women of Achievement
Thursday, February 25, 2016

Carnegie Institution for Science
1530 P Street, NW
6:30pm Doors Open
6:30pm Networking Reception
7:30pm Awards Ceremony

WIN Members: $30, Non-members: $35 * Membership/Ticket Combination: $60 *
Sustainer Membership & Ticket Combo: $130

About YWA: YWA is WIN's annual recognition of the best and brightest (35/under), pro-choice, Democratic women in the fields of organizing and labor, leadership, entrepreneurship, political and campaign work, service and nonprofit advocacy, and the choice movement.

Sponsors: NARAL Pro-Choice America, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Advocates for Youth, Catalist, LLC, Conway Strategic, EMILY's List, Feminist Majority Foundation, Fifth Estate Communications, NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland, Enthusiast, DC Abortion Fund, DemList and others!

For more info and to buy your tickets, go to YWATickets.

If you cannot join us for the event, Join WIN for other networking opportunities and resources!

Connecting you to The Party
Connecting you to Each Other

Kimberly Scott
Publisher &
WIN Advisory Board Member

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