February 25, 2021 BPW/WA will be 100 years old.
Cheers to 100 Years!

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BPW Empowers Women Personally, Professionally and Politically.


Due to the Corona Virus, Business and Professional Women of Washington State
is using Zoom to host virtual meetings in the immediate future.


BPW/WA’s 3rd Quarterly Zoom Meeting will be held on a Saturday, February 13, 2021. Click on the Meeting Flyer for detailed information. See you there!

BPW/WA President’s Message Winter 2021
“Living a Legacy”

As we look forward to 2021, whatever our new normal will be, it is ours to create. I hope ours will be a legacy of kindness, compassion, and a willingness to help each other wherever and whenever needed given our individual circumstances. But missing from many of our lives is FUN! The 2020 holiday season includes festivities via ZOOM, virtual parties that are new to some of us, but hopefully will be attended by those who can with open minds, a sense of adventure, and a willingness to look silly on camera.

Lobby Day on February 1st is still to be determined, but no doubt will be conducted virtually. What we hope will not be virtual is our Annual Meeting May 22-23, 2021.

Cheers to 100 Years on February 25, 2021!
Peggy Harris

See the Winter WBW Newsletter for more information on BPW… [Read More]

BPW Young Careerist

The Virginia Allan Young Careerist program is a signature BPW program that recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of successful individuals. More… 

BPW Woman Of The Year

The BPW Woman of The Year program acknowledges the individuals who have made a difference in their commuities and have helped women advance in business. More… 

Individual Development

Each year BPW WA chooses a book to study that will empower the participants to develop and strengthen thier business skills, both personally and professionally. More… 

“I joined BPW after attending a few meetings.”

“I was new to the community and new to my job so this was a way to meet new people. I immediately enjoyed networking with the ladies and was very intrigued by how they were balancing families, work and volunteering in the community. I wanted to be just like them as I grew older and advanced in my career!”

“BPW offered so many workshops on leadership skills, professional growth, and personal development that I took advantage of them to support the mission of empowering working women to achieve their full potential and build successful workplaces.”

– BPW member Trini Mayo

“I am glad I joined BPW”

“I joined BPW so I could connect with other women who owned their own business. I have gotten a lot of great information on how to enhance and grow my business while having fun with a group of dedicated, powerful, and diverse women.”

– BPW Member Connie Richter

“I originally came to meetings to just get out of the house…”

“…and listen to speakers that gave me a different perspective and to broaden my horizons locally. I soon found out that BPW is more than just a once a month meeting with good food and entertainment. It is about people helping each other professionally in their business or career and personally with so many diverse members as a knowledge base. BPW also helped to enlighten me politically. I am proud to say I worked hard to support and pass the Family Leave Act and Equal Pay for Equal Worth. BPW has given me the leadership training and self esteem to become a Sr. Manager within a 3, 000 employee company.”

– BPW Member Sylvia Valine

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