The Enterprise Women’s Network (EWN) recently brought together 100 current and former EWN members, mentors, mentees, partners and supporters to celebrate 20 years of impact in the Sandtown-Winchester community.
Women and their families from all generations joined us to celebrate and be together. It was a beautiful celebration with food trucks, music, dancing and games! Stories and photos of impact were shared and we cut the ribbon on a new Little Free Library at the school.
In 2001, EWN was created to support community development and since then the group has mentored more than 250 girls, supported book fairs, distributed more than 7,000 books to children, raised more than $1 million to support community and educational programs, forged lasting partnerships and inspired brighter futures.
In this video, Enterprise Mid-Atlantic VP David Bowers celebrates and thanks the mentors of the Enterprise Women's Network for 20 years of mentoring, and challenges the mentees to carry forward a beacon of light.
Interested in becoming a mentor? Apply here.