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CFUW National AGM 2015 Moving CFUW into the 21 st Century
Our Plan for Today Where are we? Where would we like to go? How will we get there? Strategies to move us forward?
Where are we as an organization? Declining membership Changing environment for women Many women’s organizations Lack of women’s voice in Policy & Politics
They want to: Foster innovation & support development Feel challenged Create work life balance Have relational experience & be engaged!!! Who are our members of the future?
Strengths Long history Collective strength and wisdom Broad networks Access to resources Credibility as professional women
Where do we want to go? Advocacy Education Networking
Moving forward Plan Partner Communicate
Plan Vision Mission Focus on your priorities Bring members together
Partner Power in numbers Maximize resources Expand your network Expand your impact
Communicate Members Your networks The community Technology & SM
In a Nut Shell! Plan Vision, mission, activities Advocacy, Education & Networking Partnerships Networks and resources Communicate Social Media
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