PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.– Marriott Golf, one of the world's premier golf operators, has renewed as a National Partner of the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA). The partnership retains Marriott Golf's portfolio of domestic properties within the EWGA Golf Course Network, offering special access and playing privileges to EWGA members.
“Marriott International is proud of its partner relationship with EWGA and looks forward to developing new programs and initiatives at our resort golf locations to build value for the EWGA Membership,” said Brett Stark, Senior Director of Golf Marketing & e-Commerce for Marriott’s Global Golf Division.
Facilities participating in the EWGA Golf Course Network offer EWGA members reduced fees for play, practice or instruction and may offer special rates for apparel, food and beverage purchases. Offers may vary by facility and are listed on EWGA's 'members-only' website. Additionally, each respective facility receives a complimentary EWGA membership for a staff member to join a local chapter.
"We appreciate Marriott Golf’s commitment and support of women’s golf through the EWGA.” commented Jane Geddes, newly appointed CEO of EWGA. "The EWGA Golf Course Network is specifically designed to connect our members with playing opportunities at Marriott Golf’s premier collection of facilities.”
Founded in 1991 as the Executive Women's Golf Association, EWGA is the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States with Chapters located in more than 100 cities as well as international Chapters in Bermuda, Canada and Italy.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.- On Saturday June 10th, the Palm Beach County Chapter of the Executive Women's Golf Association (EWGA) will host the third annual EWGA Par 3 Challenge to benefit LPGA*USGA Girls Golf. The venue is the beautiful Palm Beach Par-3 Golf Course in Palm Beach Florida. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway, this spectacular 18-hole facility has twice been named the "Best Par 3 in the U.S." by Golf Digest.
The format is a two-person team event (four-ball stroke play) designed to welcome newer golfers into a competitive environment. Teams of either two women or a man and woman can compete in the gross or net division. Each person plays his/her own ball the entire hole with the lower of the two scores counting as the team score for the hole.
Package includes golf, range balls, prizes, breakfast box and awards luncheon at Al Fresco's, the ocean front, second floor restaurant above the Par 3 Golf Shop. For more information and to register see www.ewga-pbc.com ( Events under Tee Times tab).
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.– Jane Geddes has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA), becoming CEO of the largest women-focused amateur golf association in the United States. She succeeds Pam Swensen, who resigned from the organization after 15 years of service to pursue other opportunities. Geddes most recently served as Executive Director of the International Association of Golf Administrators (IAGA) and previously played professional golf, the winner of two major championships and 11 LPGA Tour events.
“Jane’s successful playing career and time spent in leadership roles with the LPGA Tour, WWE, Inc. and with the IAGA make her an extraordinary fit for EWGA and will propel our Association to the next level,” said Hilary Tuohy, EWGA Board President. “She is clearly the right candidate to lead the next chapter of growth for EWGA. With her leadership, we are confident of our ability to expand membership opportunities into currently underserved markets and provide additional playing opportunities for existing and new female golfers. We look forward to the continuation of our many positive and fruitful relationships with our industry partners and corporate sponsors, as we ensure that women’s golf remains at the forefront of the golf industry.”
Geddes successfully competed as an LPGA touring professional for 20 years, winning 14 tournaments worldwide, including two LPGA major championships. She achieved her highest rank of third on the LPGA Tour’s money list and won the U.S. Women’s Open Championship (1986), LPGA Championship (1987) and Women’s British Open Championship (1989). Following her playing career, Jane earned a law degree from Stetson University College of Law and reentered the game as an executive at the LPGA Tour.
“I am honored to have been named as CEO of EWGA at such a pivotal time for women in golf,” commented Geddes. “With women’s golf participation at an all-time high, the moment is right for the EWGA to expand its membership and assume a leadership role for women in the nearly $70 billion golf industry. I look forward to the opportunity to introduce new and current golfers to this great game through the EWGA.”
Geddes’ appointment as CEO of EWGA is effective immediately.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.– eBob Apparel, founded by 13-year-old Ryan Voois, has renewed as a Member Benefit Provider of the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) for the second straight year. eBob Apparel provides EWGA members with access to the company’s colorful, stylish golf hats, visors and belts and donates a portion of its proceeds to the EWGA Foundation in support of women and junior golf.
“I am very pleased to extend our partnership with EWGA,” said Ryan Voois, the young entrepreneur behind eBob. “Over the past year, I’ve enjoyed meeting over 1,000 EWGA members and helping them accessorize with eBob’s colorful line of apparel and accessories. Additionally, eBob has been honored to donate a portion of our sales to the EWGA Foundation, in support of its mission to enrich the lives of women and girls through golf. We look forward to extending our partnership with EWGA and continuing to help the women of EWGA ‘express their colorful selves’!”
Ryan’s connection to golf and the EWGA extends well beyond his company’s official partnership with the organization. Ryan learned to play golf at a very early age from his mom Jessica Smith, a 14-year member of the EWGA Orange County, CA Chapter. Through these shared golf experiences, Ryan developed a love for colorful golf outfits and a belief that the hat is the center of an attractive golf ensemble.
eBob Apparel embodies Ryan’s style and has grown to become a valued member of the EWGA community, the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the country with chapters in more than 100 cities. eBob’s hats and visors are color coordinated with the EWGA logo and feature breathable tech fabric, adjustable sizing, colored sweatbands that don’t show sweat or makeup stains, and in some cases, a colored under-visor. These customizable hats are popular among teams of EWGA members who like to coordinate style and camaraderie at both local Chapter and national competitive events.
"We’re thrilled to renew our partnership with eBob Apparel and Ryan Voois,” said Ashley Nelson, Director of Partnership Relations for EWGA. “Ryan’s enthusiasm and eBob’s fun, stylish headwear resonates with EWGA members. We’re grateful for eBob’s continued support of the EWGA Foundation and Ryan’s contribution to our on-going efforts to give back and pay-it-forward through the game of golf.”
As a national partner, eBob will be able to market its hats and visors in EWGA e-communications and at on-site events throughout the year. The relationship with EWGA allows eBob to significantly broaden its market reach while building its brand awareness.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. – Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian), one of the nation’s largest mutual life insurers and a leading provider of employee benefits, has renewed its relationship with the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) and has been named Presenting Sponsor of the 2017 EWGA Chapter Championships. The renewal extends Guardian’s support of women’s golf and the EWGA, which began last year with the 2016 EWGA Cup.
“Guardian is committed to helping women get their financial life in balance and partnering with them through the game of golf,” expressed Danielle Swann, Senior VP of Strategic Initiatives for Lifetime Financial Growth, one of Guardian’s largest firms.
The EWGA Championship, featuring individual stroke play and team scramble competition, is one of the largest women’s amateur golf competitions for all skill levels. More than 2,500 EWGA members will participate in local qualifying events and advance to one of 15 district semi-final championships to be held throughout the summer. Successful competitors will advance to the EWGA Championship Finals slated to be held at the Hot Springs Village in Arkansas on October 6-7, 2017. Featured courses for play include Granada, Ponce de Leon, Magellan and Isabella at the Troon managed property.
“For some of our members, 2017 marks their first experience in competitive play,” said EWGA Managing Director of Golf Programs Lisa Becka. “It is so rewarding to bring together such a diverse group of women, all united by their passion for the game of golf. New friendships are forged and others rekindled in the welcoming spirit that is the EWGA. With Guardian’s commitment to our organization, we feel fortunate to have their Financial Representatives joining the ranks of our membership. Celebrating its 21st year, the EWGA Championship is just one of the many ways we connect women to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and for fun!”
EWGA prides itself on creating a welcoming atmosphere for both experienced, new and aspiring players alike. It’s nearly 13,000 members come from all walks of life and play the game for a variety of reasons, including health and wellness, professional development and for enjoyment.
Yamaha continues as National Supporting Partner and Official Golf Car of EWGA
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.– Yamaha Golf-Car Company and the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) have jointly announced the renewal of a strategic partnership that designates Yamaha as a National Supporting Partner and the Official Golf Car of EWGA for 2017.
The joint announcement was made by Tom McDonald, President of Yama Golf-Car Company, and Hilary Tuohy, President of the EWGA’s Board of Directors.
Said McDonald, “It’s truly rewarding for Yamaha to share a partnership with EWGA, an organization so dedicated to connecting women to learn, play and enjoy golf for both business and pleasure.”
Under the terms of the partnership, Yamaha will have a presence on the EWGA.com homepage, EWGA Member Clubhouse and all EWGA Chapter websites across the association. Yamaha will also enjoy complimentary EWGA memberships for up to 50 Yamaha employees and key clients.
Additionally, Yamaha will have the opportunity to have an on-site presence at the Association’s marquee events which include the EWGA Championship Series and EWGA Cup Series.
“We are grateful to have Yamaha as a strategic partner as the EWGA seeks to empower more women through the game of golf,” said EWGA Board President Hilary Tuohy. “Our current and prospective members respect brand leaders who see the value in growing women’s golf and Yamaha clearly sees the value of our members’ purchasing power and influence.”
Leading golf course operator hopes to welcome more women to the game
Dallas, Tex. - Arcis Golf has formed a national partnership with the Executive Women’s Golf Association’s (EWGA) Golf Course Network program to encourage more women to learn and enjoy the game of golf.
This initiative will work two ways. Members, customers, and employees at designated Arcis Golf facilities will have access to the programs and opportunities afforded by the EWGA, which annually holds thousands of golf, social, networking, and competitive events. And EWGA members will be offered special playing rates at Arcis Golf facilities across the U.S.
“Arcis Golf is committed to growing opportunities for women to learn and enjoy the game of golf,” said Blake Walker, CEO, Arcis Golf. “By partnering with the EWGA, the mutual strengths of our organizations will further nurture the sport and growth of women’s golf as well as the overall mission of EWGA.”
An industry leader and operator of both public and private golf clubs nationwide, Arcis Golf will afford EWGA members access to club amenities and a wide range of diverse playing experiences. A recent study revealed that women have the potential to add more than $35 billion to the future golf economy.
“We look forward to offering EWGA members more playing access through our new partnership with Arcis Golf,” said Ashley Nelson, Director of Partner Relationships, EWGA. “Whether EWGA members are looking for golf courses in their backyard or on their travels, Arcis Golf’s facilities will be top of mind.”
In a recent EWGA member satisfaction survey, convenient and organized playing opportunities were listed as a top reason women join EWGA.
Further commits to the development of women’s golf and women in the workplace by providing 150 premium-level EWGA memberships to its associates
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.– The Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) has named Baird Private Wealth Management the Presenting Sponsor of the 2017 EWGA Cup series, one of the fastest growing competitive golf events for amateur women. Additionally, Baird Private Wealth Management has reinforced its commitment to developing professional women in the workplace and on the golf course by providing 150 of their associates with premium-level “Business & Birdies” EWGA memberships.
“Baird Private Wealth Management is proud to partner with EWGA, a not-for-profit organization committed to enriching the lives of women through the game of golf, and to serve as the Presenting Sponsor of the 2017 EWGA Cup series,” said Mike Schroeder, President of Baird Private Wealth Management. “This partnership reflects Baird’s long-standing tradition of giving back to the communities in which our associates live and work, as well as our strong commitment to the game of golf, which is a keen interest of many of our clients, and current and potential Baird associates.”
The EWGA Cup series, now in its seventh year, encourages women of all skill levels to compete in a friendly and fun team-based format that encourages teamwork and camaraderie. Teams are composed of eight players from various EWGA chapters who often coordinate colorful outfits with clever team names. For example, the Birdie Badgers of Madison, Wisconsin won the 2016 EWGA Cup after 36-holes of competition, split between singles and four-ball match play. The 2017 EWGA Cup series will consist of eight regional summer qualifiers, followed by the 2017 EWGA Cup Finals, to be conducted at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Florida, Oct. 27-28. Over 125 teams and 1,000 women are expected to participate in this year’s series.
“The EWGA Cup is one of our Association’s fastest growing events and we’re excited to have Baird Private Wealth Management as our Presenting Sponsor of the 2017 EWGA Cup series,” said EWGA Board President Hilary Tuohy. “As one of FORTUNE’s top ten “100 Best Companies to Work For”, Baird demonstrably shares our commitment to developing and promoting women both in the workplace and on the golf course. To that end, we’re delighted to partner with Baird Private Wealth Management to provide 150 of its associates with “Business & Birdies” membership to EWGA.”
EWGA prides itself on creating a welcoming atmosphere for both experienced and aspiring players alike. Its nearly 13,000 members come from all walks of life and play the game for a variety of reasons, including health and wellness, professional development and for enjoyment. Similarly, Baird prioritizes helping individuals of all backgrounds achieve their personal best. Through specialized programs like Baird Women Advisors and the Ascend Associate Resource Group, Baird offers women across the entire organization opportunities to grow and succeed.
“The EWGA is a highly-esteemed organization dedicated to connecting women globally to learn, play and enjoy golf for business and for fun,” said Kimberly Thekan, Director of Advisor Talent Strategies for Baird Private Wealth Management. “At Baird, we are committed to providing financial advice and service personalized to the needs of our women clients, as well as to making our firm the best place to work for women in wealth management. This partnership is a great fit because it aligns two likeminded organizations with similar goals.”
Baird Private Wealth Management encompasses more than 875 financial advisors serving clients through more than 85 locations, and has client assets of more than $115 billion.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla.– Bionic Gloves®, the leader in golf glove technology, and the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) have extended their long-standing relationship in support of women’s golf. Now in its sixth year, Bionic’s national sponsorship of the EWGA provides EWGA members with a custom Bionic glove designed for the nuances of women’s hands. Additionally, Bionic will continue to donate a portion of the proceeds from its sales to support women in golf.
The announcement comes following the 64th PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., Jan. 25-27, where both organizations worked to increase exposure for the women’s game and spoke with industry professionals regarding the economic benefits of more women playing the game of golf.
For the EWGA, as the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the country with chapters in more than 100 cities as well as international chapters in Bermuda, Canada and Italy, the mission was a familiar one.
“Here at the EWGA, we bill ourselves as THE community for women to learn, play and love the game. For us to have a partner like Bionic, who is similarly committed to the growth of women’s golf, is a win-win,” said Ashley Nelson, Director of Partner Relationships for the EWGA. “We greatly appreciate Bionic’s continued support of the EWGA and our members, now in its sixth-year running.”
Bionic’s PerformanceGrip® is the most feature-rich glove ever made and took more than three years of design and testing to get ready for market. Designed by an orthopedic hand specialist, they are the only gloves with patented pad technology to give you more comfort, a better grip and two times more durability than standard leather golf gloves.
“At Bionic, our team continually looks forward to the opportunity to connect with the members of EWGA each year through their conferences and national competitive events. It’s a great chance for us to get feedback on our products from some of the game’s biggest advocates,” said Cheryl Fink, Director of Marketing and Operations for Bionic Gloves. “We’re looking forward to the continuation of this long-lasting relationship and as the EWGA continues to push for positive change on key women’s golf issues.”
About Bionic Gloves
Bionic is at the forefront of glove technology in many sports and activities – golf, fitness/weightlifting, racquetball, tennis, gardening and others. Bionic gloves have received numerous awards and recognition including the National Home Gardening Club Seal of Approval, the National Health & Wellness Club Seal of Approval, the Handyman’s Club of America Member Tested Seal of Approval and the PGA Tour Partners Magazine Member Tested Seal of Approval. Bionic is a division of the family-owned Hillerich & Bradsby, Co. H&B also owns PowerBilt®, makers of golf clubs since 1916, and manufactures iconic Louisville Slugger® wood bats, the Official Bat of Major League Baseball®. The company also operates the renowned Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, a leading tourist destination. For more information visit BionicGloves.com.
The EWGA is THE Golf Community for Women. With Chapters in more than 100 communities throughout the United States, EWGA is locally connected and nationally respected. The organization holds thousands of golf, social and networking opportunities throughout the country as well as major national competitions and events. Its members are a diverse group of women from new to experienced golfers and cover a broad spectrum of career paths. For more information visit EWGA.com.
November 22 | Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. -With 50 teams of eight women - a total of 400 competitors - the EWGA Cup Finals presented by Guardian was a record-setting event. The two-day, match play event was held on the Pete Dye and Gary Player Signature Courses at the Troon-managed Westin Mission Hills Golf Resort in Rancho Mirage, California on November 11 and 12. Two shot-gun starts on both days of competition, plus hundreds of practice rounds, found the Troon staff up to the challenge with rave reviews from all of the women golfers.
Now in its sixth year and one of the premier competitive events run by theExecutive Women's Golf Association, the EWGA Cup presented by Guardian started with Four Ball and Singles Match Play at eight regional qualifiers throughout the country, with teams competing to earn a spot on the Finals roster. The Cup’s format mirrors the professional golf formats used at the Ryder Cup, President’s Cup and Solheim Cup events. The event encourages women of all skill levels to compete, promoting friendly, fun competitive play among its membership. Clever team names and colorful, coordinated outfits added to the friendly competition, won this year by the Birdie Badgers from Madison, Wisconsin. For complete results visit EWGACup.com.
"The Troon team at Westin Mission Hills hosted our 2015 EWGA Championship Finals, so we were confident that they could deliver on our expanded field of 50 teams playing in this year's Cup Finals," says Lisa Becka, EWGA managing director, golf programs. "They were definitely rock stars – tight turnarounds and a myriad of logistics are their specialty. Team Troon made our EWGA Cup Finals a huge success."
Adding to the excitement, GOLFZON, a global leader in golf simulators, introduced a "Tournament Within A Tournament," stand-alone simulator competition plus the Mark Carnevale Show on Sirius/XM PGA TOUR Radio broadcasted live on site. Following the two days of competition, the event concluded with a Saturday evening Awards Dinner with special guest speaker Shirley Spork, one of the LPGA Founders.
“Thank you again to all of the participants who traveled to experience the great golf and event experience offered at the Westin Mission Hills during the EWGA Cup Finals,” stated Kris Strauss vice president of sales and marketing for Troon. “The event has a foundation of competition and fun that brings together EWGA members from all parts of the country. Kudos to EWGA for sustaining that foundation while at the same time adding new elements that the finalists thoroughly enjoyed. We were honored to host such a preeminent EWGA event at a truly stunning Troon destination.”
Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Troon is the world's largest golf management company, with more than 270 golf courses in its portfolio. Also specializing in homeowner association management, private residence clubs, estate management and associated hospitality venues, the company oversees operations at Troon Golf®, Honours Golf, Troon Privé (the private club operating division of Troon) and Troon International properties located in 38 states and 31 countries Additionally, there are 56 Troon affiliated properties featuring 75 courses that have been recipients of a "Top 100" ranking by national and international publications. Troon properties include Princeville Makai Golf Club, Kauai, Hawaii; Centurion Club, London, England; The Westin La Paloma Resort & Spa, Tucson, Ariz.; The Bay Club, Berlin, Md.; Prince's Golf Club, Sandwich, England; and CostaBaja Golf Club, in La Paz, Mexico.
The EWGA is THE Golf Community for Women, locally connected and nationally respected. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2016, EWGA is the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States with Chapters located in more than 100 cities as well as international Chapters in Bermuda, Canada and Italy.
The organization holds thousands of golf, social and networking opportunities throughout the country as well as major national competitions and events. Its members are a diverse group of women from new to experienced golfers and cover a broad spectrum of career paths.
For more information visit EWGA.
November 14 | Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.-- PNC Bank and the Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) will celebrate women and golf with a special networking breakfast and panel discussion on December 7, 2016 as a lead-in to the 2016 PNC Father/Son Challenge at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club in Orlando, FL. In this nationally broadcast tournament, golf's Major Champions and their sons or daughters will compete at the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club, Grande Lakes Orlando on Dec. 10-11, 2016
For the 15th consecutive year, PNC was named one of the 2016 Working Mother magazine's "100 Best Companies" for its support of women in the workplace. To help kick-off this year’s tournament, PNC is hosting the Business and Birdies breakfast and panel discussion on site at the PNC Father/Son Challenge. This unique event celebrates and connects women in the greater Orlando community to the game by showcasing successful women who utilize golf for personal and professional success. Emcee Pam Swensen, CEO of the leading national premier golf association for women, EWGA, will moderate a panel discussion on how golf impacts one’s life both on and off the course. Following the panel discussion, Tim Rosaforte from the Golf Channel will host a Q&A session with PNC Father/Son Challenge defending champion, Lanny Wadkins.
“EWGA is delighted to partner with PNC to support women in business by showcasing this lifelong sport” said Pam Swensen, EWGA CEO. “The Business & Birdies breakfast and networking event held in conjunction with the PNC Father/Son Challenge truly reinforces the power of golf in building business relationships coupled with the compelling bond golf creates among the Major PGA TOUR Champions and their families.”
The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. (NYSE: PNC) is one of the largest diversified financial services institutions in the United States, organized around its customers and communities for strong relationships and local delivery of retail and business banking; residential mortgage banking; specialized services for corporations and government entities, including corporate banking, real estate finance and asset-based lending; wealth management and asset management. For information about PNC, visit www.pnc.com.
About the EWGA
As the largest women-focused amateur golf association in the United States with chapters in nearly every U.S. major market and corporate center, the EWGA has connected more than 125,000 working and professional women who share a passion for cultivating relationships and enjoying the game of golf. Offering a wide range of affordable organized golf activities and educational programs, this award-winning association – long recognized as the golf community for women - has been driving social and networking opportunities for its members through the game of golf since 1991. With EWGA Chapters located in more than 108 cities throughout the United States as well as in international locations including Bermuda, Canada and Italy, EWGA members are active participants in hundreds of communities.
November 7 | Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.- Executive Women’s Golf Association (EWGA) CEO Pam Swensen has announced her intention to step down as CEO of the organization on January 20, 2017, completing 15 years of service. The early timing of the announcement will allow the EWGA Board of Directors time to identify a replacement and facilitate a smooth transition to a new CEO.
"I've enjoyed working with the EWGA staff and volunteer leaders immensely over the years,” Swensen said. “I am very proud of what we have accomplished in creating a welcoming environment to grow the game of golf for women and touch the lives of more than 125,000 women within our 25 year history. The EWGA is positioned for the future, and I have decided it’s a good time to pursue a new challenge.”
“On behalf of the EWGA Board, I’d like to thank Pam for her years of dedicated service to the association,” said EWGA Board President Hilary Tuohy. "During her tenure, Pam has propelled the organization to the stature it holds today.” Tuohy went on to say that, “The EWGA looks forward to continuing positive and fruitful relationships with our industry partners and sponsors to ensure that women’s golf remains in the forefront of the industry”.
Swensen joined EWGA in 2002 and is credited with helping elevate the stature of the EWGA within the industry. During her tenure as EWGA’s CEO, Ms. Swensen received numerous honors including the Trainor Award from The Symetra Tour, the LPGA’s developmental Tour, for the organization’s work in growing women’s golf. For two years running (2012 and 2013), The Commonwealth Institute recognized Ms. Swensen as one of the top female CEO’s running a not-for-profit organization. And in 2014, she was honored by the International Network of Golf with Industry Honors in the Business Achievement category.
The EWGA Board has established a search committee to identify potential CEO candidates and anticipates completing the process by early 2017.
The EWGA is THE Golf Community for Women, locally connected and nationally respected. Celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2016, EWGA is the largest women-focused national amateur golf association in the United States with Chapters located in more than 100 cities as well as international Chapters in Bermuda, Canada and Italy. A recent survey conducted by the PGA of America found that EWGA members are avid golfers and annually generate over $63 million in golf-related spending for the golf industry.
The organization holds thousands of golf, social and networking opportunities throughout the country as well as major national competitions and events. Its members are a diverse group of women from new to experienced golfers and cover a broad spectrum of career paths.
For more information visitEWGA