Women in Product Management

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Women in Product Management (WPM) is an organization that is committed to empowering and supporting women in product management roles across various industries. Our mission is to provide a platform for women to network, learn, and grow in their careers.

We offer a wide range of resources, including minimizing the gap between women in tech from Columbia Engineering, SPS and Business schools, effective networking events, job shadowing or internships with leaders in the tech industry, access to a community of female mentors and mentees for support and networking, and regular check-ins with a mentor to discuss career goals and progress.

WPM is also passionate about advocating for diversity and inclusion in the industry, promoting equal opportunities for women and underrepresented groups. We believe that by creating a community that fosters professional development, collaboration, and empowerment for women in product management, we can help drive positive change and create a more equitable industry for all.

Our team is passionate about helping individuals thrive in their careers and achieve their goals. We are committed to supporting our members through every step of their journey, providing them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. Join us today and become a part of a community that celebrates the achievements of women in product management!

1. Networking: Women in product management clubs provide a platform for women to connect with like-minded professionals in the industry. This can help them build relationships, expand their network, and learn about job opportunities.
2. Connect with women in Columbia Business, SPS and Engineering: WPM will help minimize the gap between women in tech from different schools, such as Columbia Engineering School, Columbia SPS school. These clubs can bring together women from different backgrounds and provide a platform for them to connect, share ideas, and collaborate. By bridging the gap between women in tech from different schools, these clubs can help promote diversity and inclusion, encourage the exchange of knowledge and ideas, and foster a stronger sense of community among women in the industry.
3. Mentorship: Many clubs offer mentorship programs that match members with experienced professionals in the field. This can provide guidance, support, and feedback to help women develop their skills and advance their careers.
4. Skill-building: Women in product management clubs often offer workshops, training, and educational resources to help members develop their skills and knowledge. This can include topics such as product strategy, product development, and leadership.
5. Community: Women in product management clubs provide a supportive community where women can share their experiences, challenges, and successes. This can help build confidence, provide inspiration, and promote a sense of belonging.
6. Advocacy: Women in product management clubs can also serve as a platform for advocacy and support for women in the industry. This can include advocating for equal pay, promoting diversity and inclusion, and addressing issues that affect women in the workplace.

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