WIN's Accomplishments

For more than 25 years WIN has been providing interactive forums for women of all ages to connect them with health care professionals and service providers that both educate and therefore facilitate personal decision making.

Workshops & Publications

  • How’s Your Social Health Workshop on February 7, 2019
  • A New Look at Aging: held at Georgia Northwestern Technical College on February 15, 2018.
  • Human Trafficking Meets Healthcare: An Opportunity for Intervention held on January 26, 2018.
  • Empower Youth: Exploitation Prevention in Schools and Youth Service Programs held on September 21, 2017
  • Women and Alzheimer’s held on November 1, 2016
  • LIFE: The Final Chapter, Write Your Own Ending held on September 27, 2016
  • Lunch With A Doctor: A program on Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis held on May 25, 2016
  • World Menopause Day Event: held at Kennesaw State University on October 17th, 2003. Event included professional speakers, exhibits, refreshments and bone screening.
  • Practical Answers to Common Menopausal Questions (April 17, 2004), a workshop that covered practical strategies for addressing perimenopausal issues as well as updates on traditional and non-traditional therapies.
  • Coordinated Spring Training: a regional health fair involving over 50 agenecies. Spring Training also included a 4 week health promotion with a baseball theme.
  • Calendar girls (2005, 2006, 2007)
  • Dinner With A Doctor (Oakwood, GA, July 26, 2007; Rome, GA, November 28, 2006)- a program on prevention, detection, and treatment of osteoporosis designed for women over 50.
  • Let the Change Begin (Albany, GA, January 27, 2007; Gwinnett Medical Center, February 24, 2007)- A workshop designed to help midlife women begin to understand menopause.
  • Featured in Southern Living (April 2007)
  • Time for your Fiscal Physical (2007), a program discussing financial priorities for women: preparation of essential end of life documents
  • Midlife Momentum (2007), a comprehensive workshop designed to help midlife women understand menopause. The seminar empowers participants to make informed and individualized choices by blending their personal history with current health information.
  • Osteoporosis: The silent epidemic that remains untreated (2008), a conference designed to provide specific and current information about the osteoporosis epidemic for health professionals
  • Women Going Green (2008), an event designed to inform women about simple steps and resources to get on the “green” path to better health for themselves and the environment.
  • “Addiction: The Undisclosed Disease”(2010)(addiction to prescription meds, treatments, resources)