Professional Women's Network for Service, Inc., promotes volunteerism in improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Our organization reaches out to all races, religions, and national origins that demonstrate an interest and a commitment to volunteerism. Professional Women's Network for Service will be recognizaed for focused efforts on projects that enhance the well being of women and children.
Adrienne Moore, Esq.
Founder and Executive Director NATIONAL COPS 'N KIDS READING CENTER, INC.
Mother of Civil Rights (Racine and Wisconsin); past president Racine branch NAACP; civil rights activist (HOUSING, LABOR, AND FAMILY ISSUES); educator.
Historian, author, and educator (THE UNDER-GROUND RAILROAD IN WISCONSIN); lobbyist for education; National Park Service Underground Railroad Speaker.
Founder/Executive Director, THE INTERNATIONAL BIRTHING PROJECT USA, INC., an international resource center for improving birth outcomes.
Professional Women's Network for Service, Inc., is a non-profit corporation, instituted March 2004 in Racine, Wisconsin, by eight dedicated volunteers who have strength of character and who embody life, hope, inspiration, creativity, and a unifying spirit. These eight women wanted to create an organization designed to promote educational empowerment, the arts and cultural awareness, national issues, and global initiatives that will enrich the lives of women and children.
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