BOSTON – Women in Development of Greater Boston is hosting a paid event with the Mayor of the City of Framingham on Friday morning, November 13.
Celebrating 40 years, Women in Development of Greater Boston (WID) is a membership organization dedicated to the education and support of advancement professionals through an offering of various programs and services as well as opportunities for volunteer involvement.
Members help one another develop and improve their professional skills, share information about employment opportunities, and foster a climate that promotes professional achievement.
The City of Framingham’s first-ever Mayor Yvonne Spicer is headlining the event. The title is “Virtual Networking & Stories from the Desk of Mayor Yvonne Spicer.”
The event is from 9 to 10:30 a.m. The cost is $25 for members $50 for non-members.
The organization says “Login information will be sent to everyone registered 2 days in advance of the program.”
WID members are comprised of women and men who, collectively, share an interest in the world of development. Together we represent a diverse community of social and human interests across New England and are committed to progress made possible by philanthropic support. Membership in WID provides an extensive array of educational and networking opportunities to development professionals. Annual membership fees of $110 (nonprofit member) or $175 (affiliate member).