Sandra Close TurnquestDear Members and Visitors,

As the 34th President of Executive Women of the Palm Beaches, I am indeed honored and privileged to serve our membership and this community. Additionally, I am excited about EWPB’s future and our continued mission- empowering women to succeed and lead. We support the goal to encourage women’s leadership in Palm Beach County. Recently, we have observed historic leadership changes here in Palm Beach County with the appointment of Verdenia C. Baker as the Palm Beach County Administrator and Ava Parker as Palm Beach States College President.  These changes are not to be taken as small changes, but changes that women can take on leadership roles and make a difference in our communities that will impact the future. The Executive Women of the Palm Beaches membership roster is impressive with representation in county government at the highest levels, CEO’s of profit and non-profit entities, entrepreneurs, and partners in law firms. Many of our member serve as trustees at universities and on college boards, chair the economic council and volunteer their service to the community. Our strength of purpose and diversity is part of our uniqueness. We are proud to contribute to the betterment of our community and workplace.      Read More...

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Association Office Hours

Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Office will be closed
November 26th-27th &
December 21st-25th

Upcoming events

09 Dec 2015 6:00 PM • EMKO, 2119 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, FL

Our Mission: Empowering women to succeed and lead

Our Vision: To be the voice that inspires integrity, equality and leadership

in the workplace and our community

The Executive Women of the Palm Beaches
2701 N Australian Avenue, Suite 205
West Palm Beach, FL  33407


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