Wise Women

Sharing a Wealth of Wisdom

Engaging peers in authentic relationships is essential to your well-being and capacity to thrive as a leader in today’s world. WiseWomen is an invitation-only group of community- and globally-minded, female business executives who understand that influence and the capacity to lead well extend far beyond the company and boardroom.

Who It's For

Executive women of influence.

The Value

Relatability, shared insights, authentic friendships, and peer-level relationships marked by support and camaraderie in a safe and supportive environment.

The Format

Members gather, based on each individual’s interest and availability, for a variety of activities including dine arounds, breakfasts, topical discussions, cultural events, a not-to-miss annual retreat, and more.

Interested In Learning More?

Influential and community-minded women who hold executive roles within their organizations are invited to learn more. Applicants are selected and approved by an advisory board of peers. Click here to learn more.

 

Upcoming Opportunities to Experience WiseWomen For Yourself

Join us on May 19, from 8 – 9 am, for a virtual get together.  Click here to RSVP.

What It Is

Wise Women connects female executives in a safe, nurturing environment where personal and professional relationships can flourish. It is much more than networking; it is intentional and meaningful relationship building.

Members can participate in monthly social activities, cultural events, philanthropic events, and educational opportunities as they are available. Moreover, the annual retreat is viewed as a highly valuable experience and members are also invited to all of CTLF’s annual events, with VIP seating.

Whether the group is participating in an educational opportunity, hiking in the wilderness, supporting a philanthropic endeavor or enjoying a cultural event, you are continually creating trusted bonds with wise women like yourself. Strong. Successful. Wise.

Qualifications

Executive-level women are personally invited to join, and membership qualifications include significant P&L and/or management responsibilities as well as board leadership positions and roles (current or past). Each new member’s mix of qualifications is considered on an individual basis.

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“We are often asked what leadership insight or lesson has been most impactful. Relationships matter, take care of the people around you, learn how to nurture and build relationships where each person can be their best.”

Advisory Board

Ann Sparks

Ann Sparks

Social & Community Connection

Carolyn Paul

Carolyn Paul

Past Chair/Board Connection & Opportunities

Catherine Kunst

Catherine Kunst

Member Ambassador

Diane Zile

Diane Zile

Chair

Hillary Biskner

Hillary Biskner

Social & Community Connection

Kathy Lawless

Kathy Lawless

Member Ambassador

JC Heinen

JC Heinen

Board Connection & Opportunities

Nancy Sullivan

Nancy Sullivan

Personal & Professional Develoment