WISE is the leading voice and resource for women in the business of sports and events. Through a combination of programming and online tools designed to provoke thought, personal and professional growth, and engagement, WISE works to:
WISE membership comprises professionals at various stages of their careers, from entry-level associates to established industry leaders, and spans all disciplines within the industry.
WISE Seattle is a registered 501(c)(6) not-for-profit. WISE National is a 25-year old national non-profit organization that serves as a resource for women at all stages of their careers in sports and events (www.wiseworks.org). Headquartered in New York City, there are over 25 chapters across North America.
Mentorship is a collaboration. Mentors often have “been there done that” and can provide knowledge and insights rooted in years of experience. Mentees often bring new perspectives, fresh questions and ideas.
The WISE Seattle Mentorship program is designed to connect women at various stages in their careers and facilitate professional development opportunities. If you are interested in sharing your experiences with others, gaining an outside perspective, or developing your skills, consider applying for the program.
Applications for WISE Within are open now through mid-March.
WISE Seattle events are the second Tuesday of every month from 6:30-8pm. Contact us via the form at the bottom of the page to attend the next event or if you're interested in partnering on an upcoming event!
Join Olympians Gwen Jorgensen and Josh Dixon for a discussion about the power and impact of developing your own personal brand.
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May features another installment in a series of dialogues facilitated by WISE Seattle's Diversity & Inclusion Committee. More details to co...
Join us Tuesday, May 11th for an exciting virtual panel and workshop featuring 2016 Olympic Champion Gwen Jorgensen and entrepreneur and former Team USA gymnast Josh Dixon. Event is free for members and open to non-members