Established in 1992, the Women’s Environmental Network is a not-for-profit organization fostering professional networks for women working to protect the environment.
Women’s Environmental Network has been bringing professional women together for over 20 years, to network, grow and simply enjoy each other’s company! We host about five events per year: book-readings and lectures, issue based discussions, happy hours, and networking events. We invite you to learn more, attend a public event, or better yet, become a member.
For over two decades, the Women’s Environmental Network Minnesota has been fostering professional networks for women working to protect the environment. We wouldn’t be where we are today without our members and sponsors. Sponsors enable us to organize informative events and provide important networking opportunities for professionals in the environmental field. Get to know our annual […]
The Women’s Environmental Network hosted our Annual Networking Event on April 11, 2018 at Hamline University. This event allowed seasoned and aspiring professionals from a variety of disciplines to connect and discuss opportunities within the environmental field. Around 50 students and professionals attended the event. This yearly event was supported by 18 company sponsors, as […]
The Women’s Environmental Network started the new year off on the right foot by welcoming four new members to our Board of Directors! We are thrilled for them to the join the board and are looking forward to the year ahead. Learn more about Jane, Kellie, Michelle, and Ashley in our most recent post.