Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership Celebrates First Anniversary

The Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership (SVWL) group will celebrate its first anniversary during the upcoming Connection Gathering on January 30th at 7 p.m. at Meadowbrook Farm, North Bend.

For more information and to register, please visit Connection Gathering & First Anniversary Celebration — Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership

This community started when Wendy Parslow, SVWL founder, posted on a local Facebook page asking whether other local women leaders were interested in finding ways to connect. Interest and feedback for a community exceeded her expectations, and she started building a community and events with support from local businesses and personal donations.

“We have a powerful force of local women leaders in our community who represent a mix of industries, business sizes and types (including local business owners, entrepreneurs, large corporations and smaller companies), and experience (end-career, mid-career, aspiring),” said Parslow. “We’re so excited about how this group has come together and how we’re applying our strengths and specialties to inspire one another and build a much-needed local network of inspirational women.”

In the past year, SVWL has connected with 200+ local women and hosted 15 events, including Connection Gatherings, workshops, virtual coffee chats, book clubs, and new mom meet-ups. It’s inspired new ideas and professional development and is a great way to network with other incredible local women.

About Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership

Why – Positive change doesn’t happen without great leadership. We are on a mission to equip women leaders in Snoqualmie Valley with the resources, connections, and skills to thrive and build better workplaces and communities.

What – We facilitate connection through meetups and events, empower one another through teaching and storytelling, and support women with a passion for learning, growing, and relating with others who share the same vision.

Who – We serve women in the Snoqualmie Valley who are in (or aspire to be in) positions of influence and leadership.Media contact: Courtney Gearhart,, 206-234-2825

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