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In recognition of the generosity of SWE donors and members, we are pleased to recognize individuals who have donated over $1,000 since last year’s WE19 Annual Conference. While we typically would be enjoying a lovely afternoon gathering in New Orleans,...
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The Society of Women Engineers is pleased to formally recognize the following individuals who have committed to including SWE in their estate plans. This list represents individuals who formally communicated their intent to be recognized by SWE through...
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