Women Connecting Women

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Join us for our annual Women Connecting Women™ Event

Over the past three years, PWC’s Women Connecting Women has brought women in the community together to connect with the various women’s organizations in our area. It’s an evening event where they can network and gather resources to build their businesses.

Our inaugural event in 2018 was sold out 3 weeks in advance with all sponsorships sold out. The same was true of our 2019 event and we sold out in 2020.

    October 21, 2021
    5:30 – 8:00 P.M.

    UNF Adam Herbert University Center

    12000 Alumni Dr, Jacksonville, FL (Directions)

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    Professional Business Woman of the Year

    • must work full-time either for someone else or in own company
    • should have accomplished something extraordinary in the past year
    • must be a Chamber member or work for a company that is a member
    • should not be someone who has already received other awards in the past two years
    • should  be active in the community, giving back and helping other women
    • should be a role model for other women

    Women Business Owner of the Year

    • must own more than 51% of the business
    • must be active in day to day running of the company
    • should have accomplished something extraordinary in the past year
    • must be a Chamber member or work for a company that is a member
    • should not be someone who has already received other awards in the past two years
    • should be active in the community, giving back and helping other women
    • should be a role model for other women

    Female First Responder of the Year

    • must work full-time as a first responder: EMT, police, fire, medical, emergency, sheriff, military
    • must be active  in supporting the cause of professional women in a visible manner
    • should not be someone who has already received other awards in the past two years
    • should be active in the community, giving back and helping other women
    • should be a role model for other women

    Frontline Woman of the Year

    • must work full-time as an essential worker
    • must be active in supporting the cause of women in a visible manner
    • should not be someone who has already received other awards in the past two years
    • should be active in the community, giving back and helping other women
    • should be a role model for other women

    Women’s Advocate of the Year

    • must work full-time in a corporation or a small business
    • must  be active  in supporting the cause of professional women in a visible manner
    • must be a Chamber member or work for a company that is a member
    • should not be someone who has already received other awards in the past two years
    • should  be active in the community, giving back and helping other women
    • should be a role model for other women

    Professional Minority Woman

    • must be part of a minority; not Caucasian
    • must have accomplished something extraordinary in the past year or be an active leader in supporting the cause of professional women in a visible manner
    • must be a Chamber member or work for a company that is a member
    • should not be someone who has already received other awards
    • should  be active in the community, giving back and helping other women
    • should be a role model for other women

    Legacy Award

    • must have had a career where she consistently helped women advance or encouraged women
    • should have been active in the community, giving back and helping other women, serving on boards, etc.
    • should be a role model for other women
    • should be highly respected in the community as a lifetime supporter or advocate for women
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