“We want to be role models to others as women who know how to age brilliantly! ” ~ Charlotte Frank
TTN is the premier national organization for women over 50 in transition.
MISSION STATEMENTThe Transition Network is an inclusive community of professional women, 50 and forward, whose changing life situations lead them to seek new connections, resources and opportunities.
Through small group interactions, programs and workshops, members inspire and support each other to continue a life of learning, engagement and leadership in the world.
As a national organization, The Transition Network is a voice for women who continue to change the rules.
CORE VALUES• Community and Connection
We foster opportunities to bring women together in mutually supportive communities during times of transition and beyond. We develop group experiences within and outside of TTN to create new and enriching relationships and networks.
We believe in the leadership strengths and capabilities of women. TTN leaders practice collaboration, open communication, and respect for all points of view. We mentor and develop new leaders among our membership, and work on behalf of the greater good for women 50 and forward.
• Lifelong Learning
We actively facilitate the pursuit of learning and discovery for personal growth, professional development, and increased knowledge.
• Inclusion and Diversity
We invite and welcome women of all backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences. We thrive by embracing the diversity of our members.
We believe in challenging conventional thinking about aging and acknowledge our responsibility to contribute our wisdom, experience, and influence in service to the greater community.
The Transition Network brings together a diverse group of women with various professional and cultural backgrounds, divergent views and unique perspectives. TTN is committed to diversity and inclusion and providing a welcoming and respectful environment for everyone. As members and participants in TTN programs and activities, we endeavor to create an atmosphere of friendship, respect and care for each other regardless of age, disability, race, ethnicity, cultural background or preferences, political affiliation, religion or belief, sexual orientation, or financial situation. All members and participants are expected to support this commitment and treat others with respect and consideration and interact in a manner that fosters open dialogue and the expression of ideas that is free of bias, discrimination or harassment.