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The heart and soul of TTN is its small groups.  This is where women connect – face to face – to explore what’s next together.

Transition peer groups are informal, shared leadership groups composed of 6 to 12 TTN members who meet on a monthly basis to engage in informal discussions. These groups provide a safe and supportive environment in which women may have thought-provoking and stimulating conversations relating to personal or career transitions. 

Groups generate topics of mutual interest and relevance to members' current lives. Discussion topics range from those that are light-hearted and fun to others that help members to explore together what’s next in their lives. Each group works to find a comfortable way to select topics and share the responsibilities that make a shared leadership group run smoothly.
Due to the personal nature of the conversations that take place at peer group meetings, attendance is limited to peer group members. If you are interested in finding out more about a particular peer group but are not yet a TTN member, contact Susan Hargrave. We will connect you with a member of that peer group who can answer your questions.

As of January 2018, TTN Boston has six on-going peer groups. Some established groups are accepting new members:
  • The Chestnut Hill & Environs group is accepting new members. Contact Le Proctor if you are interested.
  • A new 70's and Forward group is now forming.  Contact Elaine Crowley if you are interested.
Want to join a Transition Peer Group?
If you are considering joining a group, please contact Dana Webber to learn more.  New groups begin when enough interest has been expressed.