Welcome to WWLF
The Women's Wireless Leadership Forum (WWLF) is a volunteer association for professional women in the wireless communications industry. Through WWLF's events, members share their expertise, broaden their contacts, and advance their career opportunities. WWLF celebrates the experience of the many successful women in the communications industry.
WWLF Call for Nominations - 2019 Fellowship Program Award
The Women’s Wireless Leadership Forum (“WWLF”) is now accepting nominations for the 2019 Fellowship Program Award. We look forward to receiving nominations and applications through April 5, 2019. We are also currently accepting applications to serve as 2019 Mentors. The mission of the Fellowship Program is to empower and inspire women who are new to the telecommunications industry by:
For full details, including benefits, fellowship nominees requirements and fellowship requirements, visit the full article.
Deadline for submission: April 5, 2019
Happy New Year...2019 IS YOUR YEAR TO SHINE!
Women's Wireless Leadership Forum wishes our members and sponsors a very Happy New Year. To help celebrate the New Year, we are declaring 2019 the year our members shine and to celebrate, we are offering a new benefit. We are launching our recognition program to honor top women in our industry.
Women's Wireless Leadership Forum take great pride in introducing.....WWLF’s Woman of the Year Award
The Woman of the Year Award will be bestowed upon a woman who has had great achievements, made increasingly significant contributions throughout her career to her company and the overall wireless industry. She has been in the Wireless industry 10 or more years. She is a true leader, broken through that proverbial glass ceiling and shows great resolve to help others along their path. This woman is leading the way for the next generation of women.
As part of this WWLF Recognition program, we will recognize and honor those women who through their significant contributions and achievements, overall impact and outstanding character, serve as role models for career women. These women demonstrate a commitment and passion that advances the promotion of women in our industry.
Nominations for WWLF’s Woman of the Year Award will be open to all active members of WWLF later this year. Let's Shine in 2019!
WWLF is proud to introduce IMPACT…
Our mission at Women's Wireless Leadership Forum is to provide networking opportunities, educational enhancement and career development for all women in the wireless industry. To serve our membership and ensure that members receive considerable value for annual subscriptions, we have decided to offer a NEW BENEFIT…IMPACT
IMPACT is a Women Wireless Leadership Forum’s Discussion Group
The purpose of this group is to facilitate a meeting of the minds and foster discussion to support, empower and enrich the lives of our members.
Let’s…Meet New People
Let’s…Learn Something New
Let’s…Encourage Each Other
Let’s…POSITIVELY IMPACT EACH OTHER’S LIVES
Interested in Training?
TEC, The Telecommunications Education Center, provides courses designed to improve career development opportunities and on-the-job proficiencies for members of the telecommunications workforce. Visit https://wia.org/landing/tec.php for TEC Upcoming Courses.
Announcing 2018 our WWLF Fellowship Award Winners
The Women's Wireless Leadership Forum is proud to announce Ashli Fuselier, fellowship winner with mentor Debra Mercier; and Rebecca Gray, fellowship winner with mentor Lynn Whitcher.
Meet the 2018 WWLF Fellowship Award Winners
The Women's Wireless Leadership Forum wins the Award for Organization with the Biggest Impact.
On Thursday November 30, 2017, the Women's Wireless Leadership Forum (“WWLF”) won the Award for “Organization with the Biggest Impact” at The California Wireless Association (“CALWA”) Holiday Gala & Awards Ceremony.
First, we would like to congratulate CALWA on celebrating their 10th Anniversary. We are grateful to them as a State Wireless Association as they continue to raise awareness of the benefits of the wireless industry and their promotion of it. They have been hugely instrumental in bringing a unified voice to the wireless industry.
Second, WWLF is extremely honored to receive such an important award as we work toward supporting women in this industry and keeping them connected. Thank you for selecting WWLF among all the other well-deserving organizations.
Our members deserve to have a competitive edge on this ever-evolving wireless stage so with your help, WWLF is committed: Firstly, to the Enrichment of women through training and professional development opportunities. Secondly, to the Advancement of women across all disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning our Members at the forefront of the wireless world!
Thank you to our Members, Sponsors and dedicated Volunteers for helping us to fulfill our mission and thank you again to CALWA for recognizing our achievements.
CALL FOR SPEAKERS
We are seeking speakers for our upcoming regional and national events. Our forums and speaker engagements will focus on topics that are dynamic, inspirational, and visionary to facilitate the sharing of best practices, to allow educational enhancement and career development for all women in the wireless industry.
Please complete our speaker application today: WWLF Speaker Application.docx
Meet WWLF's Newest Executive Directors!
Carrie Charles, Executive Director of Industry Relations
Beth Martindale, Executive Director of Brand Management
Beth Usher & Julie Anderson, Executive Directors of Membership
Laura Lora, Executive Director of Events
Victoria Weidenthaler, Executive Director of Programs
Amanda Cahill, Executive Director of Ways and Means
Events Team Update
At WWLF, we understand the need and appreciate the importance of in-market events and networking opportunities to our members. To that end, we have appointed Laura Lora as our Executive Director of Events and we have re-structured into four (4) regions nationwide: Central, West, Southeast, and Northeast. Along with Laura, we have engaged a strong Events Leadership team. Each region will be led by a Regional Director as follows:
Central Region: Leslie Freeman
West Region: Stella Bezabeh
Southeast Region: Deborah Battaglia
Northeast Region: Ashley DeCabia
Thanks to our Wonderful Volunteers!
There are a lot more of you are not in the photo but nevertheless our WWLF Leadership thanks you!
Thank you all so much for your incredible dedication of time and effort to make our 2017 Reception at WIS, our photo booth and booth at the Exhibit Hall such a huge success. A million thanks to each and every one of you!
Thank you for attending all our 2018 Events.
We continue to receive overwhelmingly positive feedback on our events and we are energized to continue hosting educations and networking events.
We Want to Hear From You
We truly appreciate the continued support from our members. Do you have a questions, feedback, ideas or recommendations that you’d like to share with us? We’d like to hear from you.
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