Women2Women is a 501(c)(3) foundation dedicated to engaging women across the country in a discussion about our shared concerns and goals. Together, we can build upon our local networks, help each other create real change in our communities, and work together to make sure leaders in Washington hear our voices.

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RT @ForbesWomen: Will 2020 be the year companies tackle #MomsToo? on.forbes.com/60171r5Vb

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When women support each other, there are no limitations to what can be achieved. #ThursdayThoughts #sisterhood #sistersfirst #womensupportingwomen @JennaBushHager

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One of the easiest ways to step-up as an ally to women at work is to ensure that everyone's voice is heard. #WednesdayMotivation #amplifywomensvoices

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Wishing you & your loved ones a #HappyThanksgiving!

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Every ♀️ in the 🌎 has the right to feel safe. Today the world reaffirms the commitment to fighting all forms of discrimination & violence against women. #InternationalDayfortheEliminationofViolenceagainstWomen #GenderEquality #VAWA

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W2W concluded its 2019 touring season with a fireside chat featuring @JennaBushHager in #NewYorkCity! Check out the highlights here! #CountMeIn youtube.com/watch?v=xqUpuO…

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  • Sarah B

    "It was exciting to learn about women in leadership directly from women who have become national and local leaders through different paths. The combination of women in politics and successful businesswomen provides the discussion with a unique perspective on the issues that we all face in one way or another."
  • Angela S

    "Participating in the Women2Women Tour was an awesome experience. As a small business owner it is important for me to always work to build my local network and to be a community leader. This tour gives us a chance to discuss the issues facing women in our community and across the country and learn about what Washington is doing to address our concerns."