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In support of its mission to advance economic development and promote gender equity, REACH Women’s Network created the Community Survey of Women in the Workplace as a platform for working women in Forsyth County to anonymously share their thoughts, preferences, and experiences related to job satisfaction and personal and professional barriers impacting their career growth.


The goal of this research is to provide employers with actionable information to support women in the workplace. REACH Women’s Network hopes that the data from this survey — and the meaningful actions that it prompts — will help position Winston-Salem as a city where working women thrive.

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WGHP Coverage of the Community Survey of Women in the Workplace on 4-19-23

WGHP Coverage of the Community Survey of Women in the Workplace on 4-19-23

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  • What is Conversation Partners?
    The Conversation Partners program creates intimate settings for members to get to know one another on a professional and personal level while creating meaningful connections.
  • How does it work?
    Two Network members are matched twice a year. Conversation Partners typically meet at least three times during the period. The goal of Conversation Partners is to establish relationships outside of our common circles that will endure long after the assigned period.
  • What are the benefits of having a Conversation Partner?
    Conversation Partners broaden our social and professional circles. By opting into the Conversation Partners program, you are gaining access to other working women, at various stages of their careers, from whom you can seek counsel and perspective.
  • How do I become a Conversation Partner?
    All members of the REACH Women’s Network of Winston-Salem are eligible to become a Conversation Partner. If you are a member and want to be paired up as a Conversation Partner, contact Joanne Davidson.
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