International Professional Women's Association

IPWA is a not-for-profit organization of English-speaking women interested in professional, personal and cultural development.

Web Site:

Contact Name:
Jane Newbold

Phone:
+56 2 229- 3622

E-mail:

Address:
Santiago
Chile

IPWA Members and Guests are a distinguished group that includes general managers, business owners, doctors, lawyers, financial officers, professors, psychologists, economists and consultants among other areas of expertise.

Activities include monthly meetings, dinners and cocktail parties. For information about getting involved or becoming an IPWA member, please visit our website at www.ipwasantiago.org

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