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Alumnae Network

Are you a NeW alumna? Want to stay connected with NeW? Want to take advantage of professional development and networking opportunities offered through NeW? Join the NeW Alumnae Network.

Alumnae Network

The NeW Alumnae Network provides NeW alumnae an opportunity to stay connected with a growing nationwide network of conservative women. Members receive the email NeWsletter and special invitations to NeW events, including the Alumnae Dinner at the National Conference. If you would like to join, please click below to fill out the form,  and feel free to email NeW with any questions.

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4 Reasons To Join The NeW Alumnae Network

Relationships
Meet new like-minded friends.
Professional Development
Find a mentor with as you develop relationships with alumnae already involved in the conservative movement.
Exclusive Invitations
Receive special invitations to exclusive events, including the Alumnae Dinner at the National Conference.
Job Opportunities
Be the first to know about job openings and networking opportunities for conservative women.

NeW Alumnae Network Leadership

Meet the leaders of our NeW Alumnae Network below, and click to learn more about them:

Elizabeth Libertini
Communications Director
Kara Bloomer
Communications Assistant
Leah Kieff
Alumnae Relations Coordinator

Alumnae Spotlights

Each month, NeW is proud to highlight a NeW alumna. NeW alumnae are doing great things and supporting the conservative movement. Check out our previous alumnae spotlights!

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