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WISE Holiday Spirit

By WISE National Members Celebrate Season and Rebrand with Happy Hour On Dec. 8, nearly 100 WISE members Zoomed in to celebrate the holidays, as well as the organization’s recent brand and website relaunches, during a happy hour presented by Miller Lite . WISE national board chair...

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WISE Announces Brand Evolution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Erin Weinberg (646) 359-7798 pr@wiseworks.org Women in Sports and Events (WISE) Announces Brand Evolution DECEMBER 2, 2020 (New York, NY) – Women in Sports and Events (WISE), the leading voice and resource for women in the business of sports, today...

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WISE Mission + WISE Chapters = Powerful Influence

The success of an informal gathering of female sports business professionals in 1993 validated the need for an organized effort to provide career services and support to women in the industry. The result was WISE, and while that first meeting took place in New York City, the organization’s reach...

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New User Portal

Your WISE Account Whether you’re a member or subscriber, we’ve created a WISE Account for you. Through your WISE Account, you can manage your subscriptions and profile and access exclusive content. Login Instructions As an existing WISE member or subscriber, you’ll be sent an email with...

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New Look, New Site, Big Changes

When it comes to professional success, you always have to be maintaining your relevance and increasing your value. It’s something women in the business of sports understand and relentlessly pursue. To match that drive and live up to our mission of empowering women, WISE is evolving, too. We’re...

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Getting Comfortable with the Uncomfortable Conversation about Race

By WISE National On Sept. 23, 2020, Dr. Robin DiAngelo — a racial and social justice consultant and trainer and author of the New York Times bestseller White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism — joined WISE National board chair and president Kathleen...

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In Solidarity

By WISE National As a women's organization, we are anchored in the belief that everyone deserves an equal opportunity, a fair chance, a level playing field. Today, in cities across the United State, black citizens - supported by allies here and around the world - are fighting to be seen,...

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A Message to Our WISE Community

By Kathleen Francis | Chair, Women In Sports + Events As I write this, we are several weeks into what is shaping up to be a longer-than-expected new normal - the work-from-home/shelter-in-place reality. Some find themselves with more work than usual, not to mention an abundance of once-elusive...

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Notable Women in the Business of Sports

By WISE National Photo credit: Nicole Pereira. On Nov. 18, 2019, Crain's New York Business honored 61 Women in their inaugural class of Notable Women in the Business of Sports stating, "With their wisdom, talent, grit and efforts, they have blazed new trails in the world of sports...

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WISE Names Masai Ujiri 2018 Champion

By WISE National Masai Ujiri, Toronto Raptors president and general manager of basketball operations, is the 2018 WISE Champion Award recipient. The annual WISE Champion Award recognizes a male executive who has championed the advancement of women in the workplace. Ujiri has long been...

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