Mission & Vision

Women2Women (W2W) is Greater Reading Chamber Alliance’s catalyst for developing women leaders and connecting women from diverse backgrounds to learn, share ideas, and mentor each other. 

Women2Women offers a forum for women to create connections, gain knowledge, and build strategic alliances to foster their personal potential and career advancement. Joining the network is open to all who support women.




“Women2Women isn’t just a group of ladies that meets to talk about their day. It’s a group of women who come together to become leaders of their communities, businesses, and organizations. At events, you’re constantly in a position to network and connect with others who are similar to yourself: an ambitious woman that wants to get things done. Even if you aren’t sure what direction you want to go in, this is where you’ll figure it out. Bring your ambitions and talents and Women2Women will bring the opportunities and direction. This is where women of all ages can come together to connect with each other, grow as individuals and groups, and lead in their communities. This is where ambition meets opportunity. This is where you need to be.”

Alexis Williams – Kutztown University

Women2Women In The News

We might not be able to meet in person, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t still connecting! Visit the link below to visit the W2W event calendar.


June 25 – Digital Leadership Summit Kickoff Keynote + ATHENA Ceremony

July 21 – Day Two Workshop + Virtual Expo

August 12 – Day Three Workshop + Virtual Expo

September 22 – De Mujer a Mujer Awards Ceremony + Keynote Send Off

Women2Women Magazine - Summer 2020

“The week of March 8 started with a tongue-in-cheek meme on social media warning teachers about a potential “week from hell” due to the change to daylight savings time on March 8, a full moon on March 9, and for the superstitious, Friday the 13th. The meme turned out to be spot-on, but for an unforecasted and far more serious reason. On March 13, all Pennsylvania schools were shuttered in accordance with Governor Tom Wolf’s order, designed to protect students and communities from the impact of the coronavirus.”