WISE Marks a Year of Promoting Women in Electronic Security
DULUTH, Ga. — A group devoted to helping women in the electronic security industry is celebrating the completion of its first year.
Women in Security Electronics (WISE) was formed in January 2005 as a way to recruit and retain top-talent women in the industry. The group, which counts females and males among its membership, assists women in the industry through professional development, mentoring, networking and greater industry exposure.
“The outpouring of support in the industry confirms that our hard work this year has been worthwhile,” said WISE’s legal/treasury chair Tracy Brusca, who is also vice president-Americas for manufacturer/integrator Diebold. “2005 was filled with the often grueling trench-work of setting up the nonprofit status, the bank accounts, the marketing and the infrastructure. Now it’s smooth sailing into the future.”
For more information on WISE, including upcoming events, access www.womeninsecurityelectronics.com.
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