Become a WIN Speaker!
The Women's Information Network (WIN) informs, connects, and empowers women by providing opportunities to network with other women, serve in a leadership position, gain valuable professional and political skills, and give back to our broader movement for political and professional equality.

WIN is membership driven and comprised of a Professional Development Series, WIN Conversation Series, WIN's Political Team, and over 20 Networks focused on various interests. WIN hosts social, professional, and programmatic events, including panel discussions, workshops, receptions, happy hours, and more. Founded in 1989 on the idea that women can help women climb the ladder of success, WIN is now over 1,000 members strong.

Our members are the driving force behind our success, so we invite you to share your knowledge and passion with our community!

Expand your experience! Build exposure! Share your expertise!

In pursuit of WIN’s mission, vision and values, we embrace and celebrate diversity in our membership, leadership and the communities with which we interact.

WIN believes that commitment to diversity alone is not sufficient; inclusion is a necessary component to fully realizing our mission, vision and values. WIN seeks to create an inclusive environment through:


To achieve this goal, we ask that you provide some demographic information below so we can better serve our membership. Please note that this information is not required to complete the form. However, by completing these fields, you help WIN understand where we may not have adequate representation. Identifying these gaps help us become a more diverse and inclusive organization. Thank you!

Name *
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Job Title
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Short Bio (~150 words) *
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Best way to contact you about speaking
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Phone Number
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Area of Expertise/Relevant Networks (check all that apply) *
Is there anything else you would like us to know about you? (preferred pronouns, outside of work interests, WIN event ideas, etc)
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