EDITOR’S NOTE: This in-depth news feature story on Woman To Woman International Network Incorporated (or WWIN) has been dubbed “Making Headline News’ July Premiere” to kick off the seventh month of 2020.
MASSIVE GLOBAL MOVEMENT
Four amazing women of excellence have joined forces to accomplish one massive mission.
Such a mission, by all accounts, is centered largely on bringing about continuous success to the Woman To Woman International Network Incorporated (or WWIN), a globally-acclaimed nonprofit organization that is dedicated to strategically empowering women to win in every facet of their life.
“Imagine a world filled with happy, confident, successful women who know their power,” a WWIN spokesperson told Making Headline News this week. “This organization was founded on the principle that we have the power to create the life we want and win. And, as the saying goes: ‘When women support each other, we all win.’”
A progressive, thriving organization that is founded by President Suzanne Peters, Woman To Woman International Network Inc. is comprised of a resourceful team of accomplished women of devout faith and excellence and is powered by the awe-inspiring vision: “To live a life rich of love, laughter and longevity.”
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Sharon Simpson, the Treasurer for WWIN, is the mastermind behind She’s So Winning Podcast Host, She’s Winning Empowerment Call Host, and is the owner and CEO of The Peach Madame and His Legacy Support Group Founder.
Pamela Cummings is the Vice President for WWIN and is widely regarded as cancer survivor, as well as a successful health advisor and motivator.
And then there’s businesswoman Antionette Mosely, who has steadfastly found her fervent niche for WWIN as the organization’s beloved Secretary.
Peters, meanwhile, has become a fixture in the entrepreneurship sector, most notably through her credible endeavors as a Motivational Speaker, Financial Empowerment Coach, not to mention as an accomplished author.
Fortifying continuous support for humanity undoubtedly is what fueled the desire of these solid team of empowerment professionals to establish WWIN.
Interestingly, WWIN offers what organization officials describe as an “empowerment app,” a tool that strategically provides women with a daily dose of inspiration, all the while also providing what has been dubbed the “perfect platform” for women to share.
According to a spokesperson for WWIN, the app customarily shares inspirational talks from women around the world, particularly daily inspirational quotes and is set to launch its women in a business directory, as well as other resourceful features in July.
The free Woman To Woman App is available for download in the App Store at https://apps.apple.com/us/
Much to the delight of WWIN officials, other notable projects are scheduled to be launched throughout the remainder of 2020.
Among them are:
WWIN Business Grants, which will offer small business grants to women of up to $1,000 which, in turn, will allow them to launch or grow their small business.
“Unlike other organizations, our grants don’t require a lot of paperwork to apply and, best of all, they never have to be repaid,” a spokesperson for WWIN said. “We believe when given the right start, many women can build successful businesses and we look forward to playing our part in their journey.”
WWIN Awards, which are designed to recognized and honored women, particularly those who are doing their part to uplift and inspire others. The WWIN Awards will take place in December and will be an annual event, organization officials said.
“Although the pandemic has put a damper on our plans, they have not been cancelled,” said a spokesperson for WWIN. However, for everyone’s safety, this will be a virtual event. The public will be invited to nominate the women they believe should be honored and the selection process would be carried out by the organization’s board.”
Nominations are set to begin in August, organizers for the event said.
A little more than four years removed from its inception, Woman To Woman has transcended from what initially commenced as an empowerment page on social media to a successful international empowerment platform for women.
“Some of the women and fellow board members who make this possible are Sharon Simpson, Pamela Cummings and Antwinetta Mosely,” said a spokesperson for WWIN. “It’s amazing how far your vision can take you if you allow it to.
“I’ve seen the difference in battling life’s challenges alone versus having the support of others who understand what I’m going through. I personally believe we can all win if we work together, and I’m extending an invitation to other women who share this belief to partner with us.”
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