(NEW YORK, NY, September 25, 2013) – Women in the Boardroom (WIB), the organization that prepares women for leadership and corporate board service, today unveiled its newly upgraded website which gives all women access to the knowledge, tools and connections they need to advance their careers and take their seat at the corporate boardroom table. The new website was designed and constructed by the award-winning creative agency KNOCK, Inc.
Sheila Ronning, Founder and CEO of WIB, said, “At Women in the Boardroom, we create the environment where women can achieve their goal of leadership and corporate board service and encourage our members to assist and mentor other women along the way. We do this by providing opportunities for knowledge building and networking in real-life and virtual settings. This includes innovative educational programs with world-class professionals, high-end networking events, and coaching programs for board development.”
Individual and corporate members can join WIB through various packages which offer assistance with the preparation of board biographies, board-level coaching, specialized events, access to webinars and making invaluable connections.
Darcy Howe, Senior Vice President of Investments at Merrill Lynch, said, “The knowledge I have received and the connections I have made through my VIP membership with Women in the Boardroom have been invaluable. I am happy to report that with their guidance and network, I am not only a stronger candidate but also a new member of a dynamic company board.”
About Women in the Boardroom
Women in the Boardroom is committed to advancing women in their careers and into the boardroom. WIB offers career-boosting programs plus Premium Memberships which assesses member skill-sets, critiques the board bio and helps make invaluable connections. Whether you want to become a better leader, increase your connections or get into the boardroom, participating in Women in the Boardroom’s face-to-face and virtual events will help you achieve your goals. All senior-management women are encouraged to connect with WIB as an opportunity to learn and network with other executives and board members. For those interested in WIB, please visit www.womenintheboardroom.com to find out how to get on the path to board membership.