National Association for Female Executives
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The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), is a division of the Working Mother Media, based in New York City. Established in 1972, NAFE is one of the largest organization of businesswomen in the country. Through education, training, skills development, and networking, NAFE's goal is to provide women with resources needed to succeed in the business world. NAFE has over 60,000 members; the average member supervises approximately five people at work, has at minimum a four-year college degree . The organization also publishes a quarterly magazine available to its member subscribers.
The National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), one of the largest women's professional associations and the largest women business owners' organization in the United States, provides resources and services—through education, networking, and public advocacy—to enpower its members to achieve their career goals, financial security and succeed as business entrepreneurs.
The National Association for Female Executives http://www.nafe.com/
The Greater Washington Women's Network is one of the largest local affiliates of NAFE http://www.gwwn.org/
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