GWN formally launched in Auckland on 18 March 2016 and continues to grow and develop through the efforts of the Working Group. Auckland GWN (AGWN), unlike other government women's networks, is not tied to a specific organisation or agency.
In Auckland, there are over 120 separate government office sites and over 100,000 public servants. AGWN is a network for all interested women, and supporters, from any government organisation or agency in the wider Auckland area (e.g. Auckland Council, Auckland Transport, District Health Boards).
AGWN working group
AGWN's Working Group, led by the group's Chair, is made up of agency members from across the Auckland region.
AGWN's goals and aims
AGWN shares the larger GWN goals for their work. Where possible, events are held in a range of locations around the Auckland region, beyond just the CBD, to provide the best opportunities for women and their supporters to participate.
AGWN shares the larger aims of GWN, and:
- Addresses topics of interest to women in the greater Auckland area and promotes regional networking events
- Shares resources and information between GWN and AGWN and with networks throughout the Auckland region
- Shares successes and outcomes from events and connection with their members and networks
- Where relevant, supports GWN when information or help is sought
- Shares government information with AGWN members and promote information and events publicised by GWN
- Shares issues, observations and suggestions from AGWN members with GWN
- Partners with the Women in Public Sector Summit (Auckland).
To join the AGWN, sign up to our newsletter mailing list.
If you're interested in taking a more active role as part of the AGWN Committee or occasional volunteering, please get in touch.