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. 


 

Join us at our May 27th Luncheon

holiday inn round rock

11:30am - 1:00pm
Holiday Inn (by Jack Allen's)
2370 Chisholm Trail 
Round Rock,  Texas  78681

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Featuring LaChristian Taylor, Executive Director, Texas Governor’s Commission for Women

LaChristian Taylor served as a Field Supervisor for Texans for Greg Abbott, managing Governor Abbott’s coalition-building and grassroots organizing activities in Southeast Texas. Taylor began her career at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California, where she assisted with public relations and served as a liaison between the library and museum and First Lady Nancy Reagan.
Taylor subsequently served as a Field Representative for former eBay CEO and 2010 California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman’s campaign, managing get-out-the-vote operations, voter registration and local precinct operations in the Los Angeles region, and as the Senior Regional Political Director for Tony Strickland’s 2012 campaign for Congress in California’s 26th district.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Taylor is a graduate of California State University Northridge. Governor Abbott has previously stated that his goal is to make Texas the #1 state for women-owned businesses. Working under the Director of Economic Development, Taylor will work with the Governor’s economic development divisions to raise Texas from the #2 state in the nation for women-owned businesses to #1 by working to foster and grow women-owned businesses in the State of Texas. 


June 11th: Coffee and conversation

coffee7:30-8:30 am networking hour 

SMOKEY MO'S BAR-B-Q
1013 W. University Ave. Ste 310
Georgetown (Wolf Ranch) 

 


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