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ArchivesFebruary 25, 2014
TTN Restates Its Corporate Bylaws
A shout-out and a hearty "Thank You!" to the Governance Committee which took up the task of reviewing and recommending changes to TTN's bylaws. These alterations reflect our organization and the best practices of non-for-profit corporations.Read more...
February 25, 2014
The Board of Directors Welcomes Two New Members
At its February 10, 2014 meeting, the Board of Directors unanimously approved two new members to join the team.Read more...
February 23, 2014
Message from Barbara Beizer, Board President
I am so excited about TTN in 2014! After six years of belonging to and volunteering for this amazing organization, I feel a profound sense of connection with TTN's mission - to inspire and support each other to continue a life of learning, engagement and leadership.Read more...
February 20, 2014
TTN Announces Formalization of Core Values
TTN is definitely on the move! Our Strategic Planning Committees continue to drive us toward our vision to be the premier national organization for women over 50 in transition. Part of the process in developing a strategic plan is to clarify and explicitly express the organization's essence. The Communications & Values Committee undertook this task and developed a process to create the core values for The Transition Network.Read more...
January 29, 2014
Women's Voices for Change Profiles The Transition Network
“We’re not our mothers; we’re never going to be our mothers,” Susan Collins says. “And so we need to be around people who can help us do it differently.” By “it” she means staying engaged in the world. Ours is the first generation of women to achieve widespread corporate success. We have the good health, worldly competence, savvy, and self-assurance born of achievement that will let us savor our fifties, sixties, and seventies in a way our mothers couldn’t. Still, “50 and forward” means many changes that surprise and confuse—and plenty of transitions to be dealt with. TTN is a community of professional women 50 and up, and therefore each member is going through a different kind of “what’s next?” transition: children leaving home; elderly parents coming back; testing the practicality of changing careers; retirement; being widowed; being newly remarried; navigating the single life as a mature woman. The people who can help us through this uncharted terrain, Susan declares, are the women of TTN. I agree.Read the full article