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Global womens network offers scholarships
MADISON, Wis. (2/24/12)--The Global Women's Leadership Network, a World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU) initiative that addresses the contributions and needs of women credit union leaders worldwide, is offering scholarships to support education and networking opportunities.

Success Swanzi Mbiliyawaka (right), recipient of a Global Women's Leadership Network scholarship, talks with Harriet May, chair of the Credit Union National Association board of directors, at the 2011 Global Women's Leadership Forum in Glasgow, Scotland, last July. (Photo provided by the World Council of Credit Unions)
Success Swanzi Mbiliyawaka, business development coordinator with the Malawi Union of Savings & Credit Co-operatives (MUSCCO), knows that professional progress is best made through the support of friends and a strong network of peers. Raise that network to a global level, she said, and there is no limit to what can be done. Mbiliyakawa raised the stakes on her professional success because of a 2011 scholarship from the network.

nbice@woccu.org or (608) 395-2027.
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