Hue Haslim Honored by Phoenix Business Journal
Named Among 30 Outstanding Women in Business
Congratulations to Hue Haslim, Senior director of Community Outreach for Western International University (West), who was named to the Phoenix Business Journal's distinguished list of 30 Outstanding Women in Business for 2015. Haslim is being honored among many accomplished individuals who have done amazing work within the business community, and West is very proud for her to receive this honor. For more information on the women named to the list, visit http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/event/117631
International Speakers to Meet March 5 & 19
Join West's International Speakers group for their Toastmasters meetings in Room 222 at the Tempe campus, from 3:00-4:00pm.
Meetings are open to West students, faculty, staff, and the public, and visitors are always welcome. For details on this organization, email Hue.Haslim@west.edu or login to my.west.edu, click on Communities tab, then the All Clubs link.
The Importance of a Global Education
West President Tracy Lorenz writes about how globally focused higher education programs—like those offered at West—can enhance the learning experience.
Read more of Tracy's articles on higher education at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tracy-lorenz/
West’s Provost, Dr. Ben Pryor, was also recently quoted in a San Francisco Chronicle article about how a global perspective can expand career options:
West Hosts NAWBO Phoenix Mentoring Program
West is hosting the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Phoenix mentoring program through May 2015. This program is held the first Wednesday each month from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at West’s Tempe Campus.
The NAWBO mentoring program is helping women business owners achieve excellent results in their businesses and in their lives. During the past 10 years, more than 200 women have experienced the power and enjoyment of receiving personal support from qualified executives and coaches to achieve breakthroughs, strengthen business acumen, and gain confidence in their leadership skills.
For more information, contact Hue.Haslim@west.edu, call 602-429-1078, or visit NAWBO at http://www.nawbophx.org/index.taf?mnid=benefit&smid=1244652345