Professional Women of Williamson County

 Professional Women of Williamson County - PWOW!

 Our mission is to provide an environment in which professional women will be educated, encouraged and empowered. We provide mentoring to facilitate career excellence and a scholarship fund to support deserving women furthering their education. 

"That Used to be What?!!"
Holiday Luncheon - Wed Dec 3rd

holiday inn round rock11:30am - 1:00pm
Holiday Inn (by Jack Allen's)
2370 Chisholm Trail 
Round Rock,  Texas  78681

Register now for Wed Dec 3rd Luncheon

Introduction of 2015 PWOW Officers

"That Used to be What?!!"  Panel discussion with several long-time Wilco residents:

Joanne Land City of Round Rock employee for 32 years (1970 -2002), first as city secretary and then as tax assessor-collector and assistant city manager, a position she held for the last 14 of her 32-year career with the city; she even served as interim police chief for a short time; she is a 4th generation resident of Williamson County. 

Carol Chafin Century 21 Realtor, Round Rock resident since 1982 and has served on multiple boards including Round Rock Chamber of Commerce and Round Rock Womans Club; she has been instrumental in understanding and leading the residential real estate business in Round Rock for over 20 years.

100% of your membership fee goes directly to our scholarship fund
Consider becoming a member today!

2014 Scholarship Recipients .... $10,0000 awarded

Left to Right: Angela Brown (East View HS); Avriel Pietsch (Taylor HS)- $2k Nancy Hampton memorial scholarship; Lauren Thomsen (Hutto HS); Kendal Clovis, (Georgtown HS); Claire Janes (Georgetown HS); Natalia Garza (Round Rock HS); Caley Demastus (Gateway College Prep); Kaylee Warren (Florence HS); Megan Pumphrey (Texas State University)Scholars2014

 2013 Scholarship Recipients... $7,000 awarded. 
Six of eight scholarship winners,  left to right: Elizabeth Levya, Jordan Glenn, Sarah Toler, Yacine Daouda, Camry Callaway, Savannah Rogers

Scholarship winners




2012 Scholarship Recipients ... $5,000 awarded.
Abigail Hanna of Georgetown HS in Georgetown, Alissa Osgood of Stony Point HS in Round Rock, Jenifer Price to resume her education, Kristen Young of Rouse HS in Leander and Suzanne Wood of Texas Baptist Children's Home to resume her education
Abigail Hanna of Georgetown HSJenifer Price will resume her educational studiesSuzzanne Wood from Texas Baptist Childrens Home resumed her educational studies