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Our Objectives

The Women's International Network of Utility Professionals is an organization providing a link for developing and recognizing professionals involved with utility business trends, issues, products, and services.

Opportunities for professional development of members
Network and mentoring among members
Recognition and visibility for members and business

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Letter from the President

As I begin my term as your WiNUP International President, I wanted to reflect on what I believe the organization is really all about.


WiNUP’s mission is to provide a link for developing and recognizing professionals involved with utility business trends, issues, products and services. We are committed to enhancing the careers — and lives — of all of our 600-plus members. 


Our members’ input is paramount as we work to address their needs and wants. When we hear about their professional journeys, their stumbling blocks and their successes, and how they rely on WiNUP to enhance their careers, we are even more motivated to become an organization that they can count on.


We believe member collaboration will significantly improve our success, not only in all our careers but our overall quality of life. That success is attainable by being true to our objectives:

·        Opportunities for professional development members

·        Networking and mentoring among members

·        Recognition and visibility for members and business partners.


A hallmark of good leadership is taking responsibility for the organization’s welfare. And your international leadership team vows to do just that. We will work relentlessly not only to ensure our members’ success, but the growth and success of WiNUP.


I'm a firm believer that each and every day offers a chance for us to work together, pursue new opportunities and improve upon the past. As we approach our organization's 100th anniversary as an advocate for women in the utility industry, let's enjoy the journey together -- acknowledging out history while moving toward a bright future.


Vivian Andrews

2021 WiNUP International President

 
WiNUP Headquarters
2795 East Bidwell St. #100-209
Folsom, CA 95630
Women’s International Network of Utility Professionals is a not-for-profit 501 (c) 6 organization under the IRS Code. Section 501 (c) (6) of the IRS code provides for the exemption of business leagues – which is an association of individuals with a common business interest. Contributions to WiNUP are not tax deductible as a charitable donation.
Contributions may qualify as a business expense. Donors should consult a tax professional.