GW4W is a 501(c)(3) U.S. not-for-profit organization whose mission is to give women voice to create better health and wellbeing for themselves, their businesses and their communities. Special NWI membership rates apply to GW4W members. Contact Sherri Galle-Teske for details
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The International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to providing the diverse employee benefits community with objective, solution-oriented education, research, and information.
The International Foundation delivers research findings, education and networking opportunities to thousands of benefits professionals who rely on us for objective, accurate and timely information. Special NWI membership rates apply to IFEBP members. Contact Sherri Galle-Teske for details
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Organizational Wellness & Learning Systems (OWLS) is a science-based consulting and training service in the area of Integral Organizational Wellness™. The workplace-whether a large corporation or small business—plays an important role in the health and well-being of working adults as well as their families. In turn, the health of workers has a tremendous effect on workplace productivity and bottom-line results.
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Real Balance GWS provides the leading edge in wellness/health coach training, behavioral change tools, wellness coach program consultation, and resources for all wellness coaches and wellness coaching programs around the world. Our Wellness Mapping 360°™methodology provides a systematic framework for wellness and healthcare professionals to work with their clients and patients in making the positive lifestyle changes they need to make to increase health and well being.
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The State and Local Government Benefits Association (SALGBA) is a national organization whose purpose is to provide its members with educational and collaborative support. Since its inception in 1982, SALGBA members have held informative and eventful conferences in major cities across the country.
In addition to its many association benefits, SALGBA offers a continuing education program that provides accreditation as a Certified Government Benefits Administrator. Our members earn credits at SALGBA Conferences. Our program offers transfer credit availability. Special NWI membership rates apply to SALGBA members. Contact Sherri Galle-Teske for details
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Through the discovery, dissemination and application of knowledge, UW-Stevens Point fosters intellectual growth, provides a broad-based education, models community engagement and prepares students for success in a diverse and sustainable world.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point will continue to be recognized for developing, supporting and educating students and citizens to constructively engage in local, regional and global communities.
In addition to our primary value of education, we also value:
- Community engagement
- Critical thinking
- Diversity and inclusivity
- Lifelong learning
- Professional preparation
- Research, scholarly and creative activity
- Student-centered environment
- Sustainable management of natural resources and other resources
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Help a Diabetic Child, Inc is a 501c3 non-profit that believes all those with Type 1 diabetes deserve the supplies they need. Our goal is to provide these to patients in need.
Help a Diabetic Child, Inc has a mission to purchase blood glucose testing supplies and insulin for children and college students who are in financial distress. Without proper and regular blood testing and administration of insulin, these kids are at risk.
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The Tampa Bay Healthcare Collaborative (TBHC) is a membership-based, non-profit organization. It is member driven and has evolved over time in response to identified needs of the membership and the community.
Membership includes health and human service organizations, businesses, healthcare providers and individuals concerned and impacted by the gaps and limitations of the current system. While TBHC does not provide direct services, collectively, member organizations provide services to meet the needs of all demographic groups and address the healthcare continuum.
TBHC facilitates three committees, coordinates three initiatives, and hosts its hallmark ‘Quarterly Meetings’ which combine networking, education and information sharing through traditional face-to-face/in-person meetings.
A community that values health and health services for everyone
Promote and advance the health and wellness of those underserved through community collaborations
• Fostering Relationships
• Building Organizational Capacity
• Promoting Access to Health and Healthcare Services
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