Message from the Board Chair

Our Mission Matters More Now Than Ever Women have lost a lot of ground when it comes to gender equality this year. This is why it’s so important for our association to continue our push forward. NWIIWA’s mission to advance women has become absolutely vital – both for current members and more importantly for future…

News Release: Dept. of Labor Announces $4.1M to Support Women

For original release – https://www.dol.gov/newsroom/releases/eta/eta20200702-0 WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Department of Labor has announced $4.1 million in grants available to community organizations to recruit, mentor, train and retain more women in quality apprenticeship programs, and to help those women pursue successful careers in manufacturing, infrastructure, cybersecurity, healthcare and other industries. “Apprenticeships provide a promising…

Over 800 People Celebrate NWI’s Influential Women Winners

Over 800 people gathered to celebrate the achievements of Northwest Indiana’s Influential Women award winners at the Avalon Manor in Merrillville. Attendees included representatives from many corporate entities, as well as community leaders, entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizers, and more. 24 winners were chosen from 12 different industry categories; one Influential Woman and one Up & Coming…

Women & Leadership – June 18th, 2019

The Art and Science of ‘People-ing’ This last Tuesday the Northwest Indiana Influential Women’s Association held a luncheon workshop. Ninety men and women attended the Women and Leadership workshop presented by NWIIWA. The Workshop was a huge success thanks to our speaker, Donna Flynn. Donna, from the Skills Mastery Group, presented her speech on “The…

NWIIWA Members support “Heels for Meals”

NWIIWA shows support for “Heels for Meals” Members of the Northwest Indiana Influential Women Association (NWIIWA) were proud to attend and support Meals on Wheels of Northwest Indiana’s fourth-annual “Heels for Meals” event, held recently at the Villa Cesare in Schererville. Proceeds from the event are going to be used to fund Meals on Wheels…