Forget Networking.

Try Relationship Building.

The Canadian Association of Women Executives & Entrepreneurs (CAWEE) are dedicated to helping you build valuable, lasting relationships that will strengthen your business now and in the long-term.

We are a diverse and welcoming collective of women executives and entrepreneurs.

Many networking events are impersonal and intensely sales driven. You may leave with a lot of business cards – but no real connections. CAWEE is different.

We are dedicated to helping you build valuable, lasting relationships that will strengthen your business now and in the long-term. As a diverse, welcoming collective of successful professional women, CAWEE enables you to build your resource base, improve your networking skills, and make valuable connections that last.

Announcing our new Podcast!

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Join us on “Real Connections: CAWEE Voices“, a podcast platform where Canada’s leading women executives and entrepreneurs share their journey, offering insights and strategies to foster genuine connections and success in the business world.

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CAWEE women are leaders in their fields with strong professional networks. We welcome diversity and encourage you to explore the opportunities CAWEE membership brings.

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The Modern Divorce – A Team-Based Approach to a Sensible Divorce

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