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EWTG Star July 2019
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President's Corner Making the Most of Your EWTG Experience Membership News
Mini-Course Professional Development Luncheon Conference Update
Get Involved! Sponsor Appreciation Events & Announcements
President's Corner

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June marked the beginning of summer and signaled freedom for many students as they stream out of schools, ready for lazy days, outside activities, swimming, climbing and traveling. Families gathered together with music, parades, BBQs and lots of fun as they celebrated Father’s Day and Juneteenth. Independence Day (July 4th) is our countries grand celebration that’s also filled with hot dogs, hamburgers, cakes and pies. Have fun and enjoy your vacations!

I want to thank our President Elect Audrey Selden and the Strategic Planning Committee for their commitment to complete our strategic plan. The Strategic Plan for 2019-2021 was approved by the board on June 19, 2019. Below are highlights from the plan.

Our Goals for 2019 – 2021:

  • Create Professional Development and Leadership
  • Assure the Goals of the Membership are being met
  • Promote EWTG Organizational Growth
  • Increase Public Awareness of EWTG
  • Assure Adequate, Cost Effective and Stable Administration of EWTG

Please read the information regarding the Strategic Plan in Audrey article.  Again, thanks Audrey and Committee!

On July 24, 2019, Judge Elisabeth Earle will be speaking at our Development Luncheon. Judge Earle began her legal career as a prosecutor with the Travis County Attorney's Office where she focused her attention on prosecuting domestic violence cases. In 1998, she was appointed Municipal Court Judge for the City of Austin and, in 1999, was named the first Presiding Judge of the Downtown Austin Community Court, receiving the Community Collaboration Award.

Judge Earle founded the Travis County DWI Court in April 2008 and continues to be the Presiding Judge, furthering the Court’s mission to enhance public safety through providing an intensive, judicially supervised program of team-based counseling, treatment, and supervision to alcohol/substance abuse dependent DWI offenders. Please join us on Wednesday July 24, 2019 for this exciting event.

Don’t forget to register for our Capital Cruise on Lady Bird Lake!!! This event will be held on July 31st, The Membership and Educational Events Committee invite you to our annual boat cruise for a sightseeing adventure on Lady Bird Lake (formerly Town Lake) in Austin. See you there!

At our Mini Course on June 12th Tamala Fletcher gave a very stimulating, interactive and informative presentation. Tamala is an EWTG member and currently works with Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) as the Executive Director Administrative Assistant. Tamala discuss new ventures for enhancing our presentation skills and growing our leadership’s skills in our current positions. Tamala also empowered the audience to give impromptu presentations that helped each of them convey power, confidence and authority.  Tamala, thank you for sharing your knowledge about your new journey as the Club President for Toastmaster International.

The EWTG Community Involvement Chair, Dominique McLeggan-Brown, organized an EWTG event on June 20, 2019 at the Central Texas Food Bank. EWTG members and other partners boxed 6,500 meals for the community. The music was great, the volunteers had fun as we inspected, cleaned, sorted, boxed and packed pizzas that were donated to the Food Bank's Partner Agencies and the folks they serve. Magnificent Job!

President Elect Audrey Selden and the EWTG Mentoring Committee hosted Tacos and Talk on June 21, 2019 at Rudy’s BBQ.  Fifteen members participated in the event from 7:00am to 9:15am.  They shared their mentoring questions and concerns as well as volunteered for other committees. This was an awesome networking event!

On June 24th through June 27th fourteen EWTG members participated in the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services, 2019 Summit - Light the way to Freedom to end human trafficking. The EWTG members assisted with the registration and room monitoring for the Summit. All volunteers were given the opportunity to attend the conference free of charge. I want to thank Blanca Lance, Director of Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation and Lesley Gutherie for the opportunity to serve at your conference.

In addition, H.L. Whitman, Jr. Commissioner, Texas Department of Family and Protective Services and Jim Sylvester, Associated Commissioner for Child Protective Investigations, Texas Department of Family Protective Services hosted the Summit.  They had 2 keynote speakers and 32 dynamic presenters with 800 plus attendees at the conference.

On June 26, 2019, at our Developmental Luncheon we were honored to have the Mayor Pro Tem Delia Garza. She was elected to Austin City Council in November 2014, as part of Austin’s first 10-1 Council. She was reelected in November 2016 and in January 2019 Garza was the first Latina to serve on the City Council in Austin, and she is the first Latina to serve as Austin’s Mayor Pro Tem. She represents District 2 in Southeast Austin. 

Garza became a firefighter, serving as one of the first Mexican-American women firefighters in the Austin Fire Department. As a member of the Austin Firefighters Association, Local 975, Garza worked tirelessly for her union, advocating for fair wages and safer working conditions. She also shared a few words of wisdom with us: try new things; redefine the mold; remember you will fail but don’t give up; the conversation will change when women are at the table; and finally, “be kind.”

In conclusion, Delia Garza has inspired us to ‘DREAM BIG.’ Here’s a quote from Dr. Mae Jemison, engineer, physician, and NASA astronaut "Don't let anyone rob you of your imagination, your creativity, or your curiosity. It's your place in the world; it's your life.”


Mentoring in the Mornin’ – Tacos and Talk

On June 21, thirteen EWTG members, aspiring leaders, and women on the move joined the EWTG Mentoring Committee for breakfast Tacos and Talk in northwest Austin. Attendees’ organizations included Austin Water, Austin Community College, Bradshaw Solutions Group, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, Texas Health and Human Services Commission, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Texas Department of Insurance, Texas Department of Transportation, Texas Legislative Council and Selden Consulting. Attendees discussed their current careers, leadership goals, and interests. We noted the benefits of Executive Success Teams, the EWTG small group peer mentoring program available to members. If you are interested in joining an Executive Success Team, complete this survey by clicking the survey button                                                                      below.

During Tacos and Talk, we recruited volunteers for the Community Service Committee, collected topics for future mentoring discussions and distributed our Summer Reading List:

  • Dare to Lead: Brave Work. Tough Conversations. Whole Hearts. Brené Brown
  • Creating a Mentoring Culture, The Organization’s Guide, Lois J. Zachary
  • More Than Enough, Elaine Welteroth
  • A Woman is No Man, Etaf Rum (Jenna Bush Hager Book Club pick)
  • Athena Rising How and Why Men Should Mentor Women, W. Brad Johnson, Ph.D. & David Smith, Ph.D.

Attendees received conversation cubes and agreed to use them to mentor relationships further, enhance staff meetings and professional development activities, and practice communication skills. The EWTG Mentoring Committee members are Audrey Selden, Christina McCoy, Pam Benson Owens, Eboni Washington, and Mercie Zapata. We will host the August 14 EWTG mini-course, schedule an October event and participate in the EWTG Annual Professional Development Conference in November in San Marcos.


Board Mentor Reflections

Liza C. Willmore, EWTG Board Mentor, Accenture

The benefit of mentoring is a reward in itself. As we move forward in our careers, we may often forget the required everyday practice of empathy and active listening.

With looming deadlines and projects, how often do we step back and truly ask, "Hey, how are you doing?" People are every organization's most valuable asset and to truly reap the benefit of each person's potential, personalized, and intentionally devoted time and guidance are critical to each person's success.

In my experience of mentoring two board members this year, I have found that I am learning to exercise that side of me as well. Each of the board members has a specific need, and as a mentor, I flex to meet her requests. One board member, I speak with almost every other week by text, phone, or email. The other board member we speak when she has ideas to bounce off a sounding board.

Whichever method, the important thing about being a mentor or a mentee is to exercise those critical leadership skills: communication, patience, and self-reflection. Everyone who has succeeded in life has had a mentor that he/she can name, and I am no different.

Gena Minjares, EWTG Board Mentor, Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company

The finance function provides valuable insight into all aspects of an organization. Developing the skills needed to understand, interpret and analyze the data to gather these insights and communicate this information effectively to stakeholders is a challenge facing finance officers in private, public, and non-profit industries. EWTG recognizes the importance of developing these skills.

As part of the mentoring program, the Finance Director Carol Harper (Office of Court Administration) and the Secretary/Treasurer Deana Sanders (Austin Water) are partnering with me to focus on exploring how the Finance function of EWTG can interpret and analyze accounting data to identify trends and opportunities for improvement of the organization as a whole. Discussion topics have included committee member selection, investment policy review, income, and budgetary questions and the annual EWTG audit.

Membership News


The EWTG Board approved the 2019-2021 Strategic Plan with a stretch goal to grow EWTG membership to 750 members. The Strategic Plan highlights include:

  • Create Professional Development and Leadership Opportunities
    • Offer effective professional development and leadership programs, including an annual conference, luncheons, and mini-courses
    • Increase scholarship pool and report scholarship awards quarterly
    • Provide leadership opportunities through Board committee service; provide training for Board and committee members
    • Increase Executive Success Team (EST) participation by 10 percent compared to the prior year; provide role models for aspiring women leaders; host quarterly mentoring events that include Board mentors, ESTs, one-on-one mentoring sessions
    • Enhance Board orientation and Board responsibility documents; support a Board mentoring program that offers leadership development; provide detailed Board committee member orientation
  • Assure the Needs of the Membership Are Being Met
    • Review and act on annual membership survey, event evaluations and new member onboarding information and create new member check-in process
    • Review and act on renewal and nonrenewal metrics within 60 days
  • Promote EWTG Organizational Growth
    • Increase number of EWTG members to 750
    • Increase new members and retain existing members with attention to diversity (race, ethnicity, organizations, agencies, religion, generations, position, geography, occupation, interests and ideas)
  • Increase Public Awareness of EWTG
    • Communicate with agency executive directors, higher education administrators and business leaders with targeted outreach to 5 agencies
    • Develop and implement a marketing plan
    • Provide members three opportunities to participate in community service annually
  • Assure Adequate, Cost Effective and Stable Administration of EWTG
    • Create an annual budget, conduct a yearly audit, draft policy about competitive bid process for major purchases and vendor performance evaluations; draft a succession plan
    • Review policies and procedures annually for efficient business practices and ethical considerations
    • Provide an annual report to document the organization’s history and progress by December 31 each year

The EWTG Strategic Plan Committee members will meet July 13 to review EWTG baseline metrics, note progress to date toward each goal and begin work on the 2019 EWTG Annual Report. Additional committee meetings are scheduled September 21 and December 7. The 2019 Strategic Plan Committee members are:

Committee Member Agency/Company Professional Title
Audrey Selden (Chair), EWTG President-Elect Selden Consulting; retired TDI Deputy; ASOS Attorney; Educational Equity/Leadership Consultant
Karen Howard, EWTG President Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts Program Supervisor
Aelia Khan Akhtar Office of Transformation and Innovation, Health and Human Services Commission Senior Transformation Specialist
Tonya Brown Retired Division Chief for Municipal Operations, City of Austin; Vice Chancellor for Admin, UT System Attorney
Catherine Crago Blanton Housing Authority of City of Austin and Austin Pathways Head of Strategic Initiatives and Resource Development
Regina Durden Bradshaw Solutions Group; former Texas Military Department, Texas Attorney General’s Office, and TDI Principal; Procurement, Contract and Training Services
Melissa Hield Texas Department of Insurance Associate Commissioner for Consumer Protection
Gena Minjares Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company Chief Financial Officer
Liza C. Willmore Accenture; Texas Railroad Commission; former EWTG Board President Manager, Health and Public Service

The Communications Committee

The Communications Committee is responsible for the EWTG social media accounts, the newsletter, and the website. We want to hear from our members. If you have an idea for an article, a suggestion or would like to serve on this committee, let us know at The committee meets monthly via Google Hangouts.

Connect with EWTG Online!

On Facebook, get connected by joining our EWTG Members Group. This group is for all EWTG members statewide — Austin and affiliate chapters — and it's private, so only group members will see what you post there. It's great for posting photos of EWTG events, sharing job postings, or asking questions of fellow EWTG members. Request access to the group by emailing: Feel free to follow the EWTG Page and the EWTG Houston Page.

Social Media icons - graphicOn LinkedIn, get connected by joining our group page. As a professional networking site, this is an even better place to share job postings and articles on professional development or women in government. Any member of the group can post, but keep in mind that these posts are public, so please do not post personal information there. Log into your LinkedIn account, type "Executive Women in Texas Government" in the search box (or go to and click "Ask to Join" in the upper right corner.

On Twitter, get connected by following @EWTG. This is the easiest one of all! Log into your Twitter account, type "EWTG" in the search box, and click "Follow" on the right under the photo.

See who joined & renewed membership last month!


Lynne Riley

Retirement Specialist
Area Vice President with Appreciation Financial, LLC

Lynne Riley started her Career as an Administrative Officer with the USAF. After that adventure, she joined a Medical Sales Industry and served Cancer Patients and their Physicians. She has most recently served several years in Financial Services and currently serves as Area Vice President for Appreciation Financial, in San Antonio, TX. Her organization works to serve Public Employees by helping them understand their State pension plans; and how to set the foundation for a successful retirement. She will be presenting the four pillars of retirement security, and how you can design the retirement you choose by preparing along the way.

The program begins at noon and ends at 1:00 p.m. To help you make the most of your lunchtime, EWTG will have pizza from Eastside Pies, fresh green salad, a drink and dessert for $10 per person, or you can bring your lunch. Pizza will be served from 11:45 a.m. to noon. The mini-course is held at the Carver Library, 1161 Angelina St, Austin - view map.

Cancellations must be received 48 hours prior to the event to receive a refund for pizza orders. Acceptable forms of payment onsite are cash or check. For information, contact EWTG by email, or by telephone, 512-220-4298.

Mini-courses are held on the second Wednesday of each month from February through October. Mini-courses provide training to the EWTG membership and are open to anyone interested in attending free of charge. For more information or to suggest speakers, email

Mini-Course Registration


Judge Elisabeth A. Earle

Judge Elisabeth Earle was born and raised in Austin, Texas, earning a BA degree from the University of Texas while learning the workings of the law while employed at the State Bar of Texas. In 1990, she moved to London, England, and worked for an American law firm, Gibson Dunn & Crutcher. After returning to Austin, Judge Earle worked for the Texas Senate Jurisprudence Committee and the Criminal Justice Division of the Texas Governor's Office. These experiences reinforced her decision to study the law, so she moved to San Antonio, Texas, to attend St. Mary's University School of Law. While attending St. Mary’s University School of Law, Judge Earle was honored to receive the National Association of Women Lawyers’ Award.

Judge Earle began her legal career as a prosecutor with the Travis County Attorney's Office, where she focused her attention on prosecuting domestic violence cases. This effort received recognition from the Austin Police Department’s Victim Services Division, and the experience reinforced her desire to protect and serve crime victims. In 1998, she was appointed Municipal Court Judge for the City of Austin and, in 1999, was named the first Presiding Judge of the Downtown Austin Community Court, receiving the Community Collaboration Award. In 2002, Judge Earle successfully won her election to the County Court at Law bench and was re-elected to serve her fifth term. In addition to presiding over her daily docket, Judge Earle founded the Travis County DWI Court in April 2008 and continues to be the Presiding Judge, furthering the Court’s mission to enhance public safety through providing an intensive, judicially supervised program of team-based counseling, treatment, and supervision to alcohol/substance abuse dependent DWI offenders. In 2011, Judge Earle was voted by her peers to serve as Presiding Judge over the County Court at Law Judges and continues to serve in that role.

Judge Earle frequently speaks on community and restorative justice issues and is often asked to share her vision for using criminal courts to deliver justice to offenders, while simultaneously developing within them a sense of community responsibility and commitment to self-reform. Judge Earle uses her courtroom to change lives and prevent repeat offenses -- all to the benefit of offenders, victims, and taxpayers alike. Some have viewed Judge Earle's efforts as the most innovative in the field. She has been awarded the Austin Under 40 Award for Government, the Toastmasters International Communication and Leadership Award for outstanding service, and has been honored by her peers, receiving the Austin Young Lawyers Association “AYLA” Outstanding Young Lawyer Award and the AYLA Outstanding Alumni Award. Also, Judge Earle recently received the 2019 Travis County Women Lawyers’ Pathfinder’s Award recognized for being a role model and pioneer, shattering stereotypes and blazing trails for female attorneys.

In appreciation of her dedication to smart-on-crime policies during the Texas State Legislative session, Judge Earle received the DWI Court Advocate Award from the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition. Judge Earle was also recognized in Washington D.C. and awarded the Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) National President’s Award for Criminal Justice for her role in the implementation of DWI courts nationally. Subsequently, she received the prestigious 2015 MADD Outstanding Judiciary Service Award and will be honored in July 2019 at the annual MADD Recognition Luncheon for her continuing service.

Judge Earle’s involvement in the legal community extends nationally, serving as Director and Treasurer in the National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ). She has volunteered her time as the point person for the “Color of Justice” program, the goal of which is to encourage minority high school students to consider law as a career aspiration, and was recognized for her participation in the 25th-anniversary celebration of the International Association of Women Judges. She is a Texas Bar Foundation Fellow, a Master in the Lloyd Lochridge Chapter of the American Inns of Court, and a graduate and past member of the Leadership Austin Board of Directors. Judge Earle has served as President of the Austin Bar Association, Chair of the Austin Bar Foundation Board, and President of the Austin Young Lawyers Association. She has also volunteered and served on many boards, including the Texas Young Lawyers Association, the Salvation Army, Community Action Network Resource Council, and Volunteer Legal Services of Austin.

Judge Earle has given her time to the Texas Center for the Judiciary by serving on the Budget Committee for the Third Administrative Judicial Region; as Secretary for the Texas Association of County Court Judges; and as a member on the DWI Curriculum Committee, charged with the duty of teaching the curriculum to her colleagues around the state. She was awarded the Texas Center for the Judiciary certificate for Criminal/Juvenile and Civil Jurisprudence at the Texas College for Judicial Studies. In addition, Judge Earle was asked by the Texas Indigent Defense Commission to present at the 15th Anniversary Symposium commemorating the signing of the Fair Defense Act. In 2017, Judge Earle was elected to the State Bar of Texas Judicial Section Board of Directors Place 9, and recently she was asked to serve on the Legislative and Campaign Law Section of the State Bar of Texas.

Judge Earle is the proud mother of Alexandra Claire and Avery Elise and married to Jeffrey Clark, President of the Advanced Power Alliance.

Professional Development Luncheon Registration

I recently learned about an organization working with students around the country and had an opportunity to meet with the Central Texas Executive Director, Meredith Norris. The organization is Generation Citizen and it’s teaching kids about their community, their government, and how they can get involved and make a difference. Generation Citizen is transforming how civics education is taught by bringing the subject to life. It champions a hands-on civics education that equips all young people with the skills and knowledge needed to lead in their communities.

Through Action Civics, young people learn how the governmental process works and realize their ability to navigate and influence the civic institutions that affect their lives. In the classroom, the Action Civics program invites students to engage with the local issues and institutions impacting their communities. Generation Citizen also provides thought leadership, conducts research, and builds coalitions to advocate for state and district-level policies that ensure schools prioritize civics education.

In Texas, Generation Citizen has already served hundreds of students at schools in Austin, Bastrop, Elgin, and Manor – and Generation Citizen is proud to announce it’s expanding the program to Dallas!

There are opportunities for EWTG members to get involved with Generation Citizen as mentors, judges, and speakers. If you are interested in learning more or getting involved, please contact Ms. Norris at or visit the Generation Citizen website at


Called to Serve

EWTG Volunteers at DFPS End Human Trafficking Summit

EWTG members volunteered at the June 25-27 Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) Light the Way to Freedom to End Human Trafficking Summit. EWTG members assisted with registration and served as room monitors. The EWTG volunteers included Emily Diaz, Regina Durden, Lesley Guthrie, Jennifer Hertsenberg, Karen Howard, Ashley Jernigan, Nora Jones, Sarah Matthews, Chan McDermott, Jori Mundy, Porscha Roney, Mary Sampson, Audrey Selden, and Tanya Skaarup. Volunteers received a complimentary Summit registration for volunteering four or more hours. The Summit addressed ways to increase awareness, prevent, identify, restore and bring justice in the fight against human trafficking. More than 700 people attended the Summit. To read the latest DFPS report on its efforts to end human trafficking, click report. A special thank you to Lesley Guthrie, EWTG member and DFPS Manager, Volunteer, and Community Engagement, for helping EWTG members increase their knowledge of an important global issue.

To learn how to identify and help victims, watch Human Trafficking: Look Beneath the Surface on the DFPS website or YouTube.

To report suspected trafficking activity, call the National Human Trafficking Hotline – 1-888-373-7888 or text 233733 (BEFREE).

EWTG Helps the Central Texas Food Bank

Our EWTG community service event for June focused on feeding families in need. EWTG members volunteered at the Central Texas Food Bank and helped provide 6,500 meals. We built family care packages filled with a variety of frozen pizzas. Our members worked alongside other student volunteers, and we enjoyed getting to know our student helpers while singing, dancing, inspecting and sorting pizzas. It was a fun night, and we look forward to more events in the future! The Central Texas Food Bank feeds 46,000 families per week and provides meals for 3.4 million clients per year. In addition to nourishing Texans, the food bank also works to eliminate food waste and promote agricultural sustainability. Last year, the Central Texas Food Bank rescued 24.7 million pounds of food from retailers, manufacturers, etc. and distributed 47 million pounds of food. EWTG was happy to have a small role in helping feed Texas families and eliminating food waste.

Be on the lookout for service opportunities during the year. EWTG has served the following organizations over the years: Red Cross, Safe Place Alliance, Central Texas Food Bank, Susan G. Komen, Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders, Ronald McDonald House, and many other organizations helping women and children.

If you are interested in joining the community service committee, please email or

EWTG Birthday Club

graphic - happy birthdayEWTG has a Birthday Club! As a member, if you opt in to the Birthday Club, you will receive a $5 discount on the monthly Professional Development Luncheon registration fees. Also, the member will get a shout out in the newsletter, recognizing her birthday that month.

Opting In

You must “opt-in” by completing the consent form indicating you wish to participate. The consent form will request the following information: First and last name, email address, and birthday month.

  • Once you complete the form, only your birthday month is added to your membership profile. Only CMP (our management company) essential staff and the EWTG Membership Director will have access to the information.
  • You are eligible to receive a $5 discount off your Professional Development luncheon registration fees by using the discount code, BIRTHDAY19. NOTE: Only one $5 discount will be granted per month and cannot be combined with other luncheon discounts.
  • Since we do not have professional development luncheons in November or December, those members who have birthdays in those months will be recognized with the October birthdays.

Be on the lookout for an email asking you to opt in or opt out of the birthday club. Please respond to the email so we can recognize you during your birthday month. We look forward to seeing you at the Professional Development luncheon. The speakers have been fabulous this year!

Submitted by the EWTG Membership Development Committee

It's easy to get plugged in with EWTG committees — just fill out
this quick, online form and let us know what committees interest you!


If you would like to become a 2019 sponsor or know of a business that believes in the power of women and wants to support leadership development, please contact us at and please provide the business name, a contact person, and a phone number or email address. THANK YOU for supporting EWTG!


Join EWTG for a Hawaiian Luau Boat Cruise on Lady Bird Lake!

The Membership and Educational Events Committee invites you to our annual boat cruise for a sightseeing adventure of Lady Bird Lake. Members will have the opportunity to view the famous home of the largest urban bat colony in the world, the Austin skyline, and a breathtaking sunset.

There will be plenty of food, wine, soft drinks, hors d'oeuvres, door prizes, and time to enjoy the evening tour.

Check in at the Capital Cruise boat dock at 5:30 p.m. (adjacent to the Hyatt Regency Hotel). The boat will leave promptly at 6 p.m.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
6 – 8 p.m.

Meet at the Dock at 5:30 p.m.
Boat leaves at 6 p.m.
208 Barton Springs Rd.
Members $20 per person and Guests $25.00 per person

Register before Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Dress in comfortable clothes and join us for an enjoyable and fun-filled event. Participate in the “Most Creative/ Best Dressed” Hawaiian Luau theme costume contest. There will be First, Second, and Third Place prizes for the top three costumes selected.

As a special treat, non-member guests who join EWTG at the event will receive a one-time $10 discount off the regular annual dues of $75 and a special gift. EWTG members, if your guest joins EWTG that night, you’ll be entered in a prize drawing, too! Bring your business cards to participate in the prize drawing. Questions? Call EWTG at 512.220.4298.

Register Today!

July Birthdays: Wishing you all a wonderful celebration!
Sylvia Brand, Janie Duarte, Kathleen Hubbard, Megan Giesy, Ebony Washington, Denise Bettencourt

July 10, Noon – 1:30 p.m. – Mini-Course Luncheon at the Carver Library in Austin, TX. See details above about this event.

July 24, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. – Professional Development Luncheon at the Austin Women’s Club in Austin, TX. See details above about this event.

July 31, 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. – Membership Luau Boat Cruise. See details above about this event.

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