The mission of Western North Carolina Woman is to celebrate the inherent strength, wisdom, and grace of women nurturing change in their own and others’ lives. Our print publication and the resources available on our website provide a hub through which women can be interconnected, interdependent, and interactive. Articles and columns focus on creative problem solving and the sharing of ideas, information, inspiration, and joy. Women can be isolated by barriers of time and space (commitments and geography). WNC Woman provides a means to transcend those barriers.
We envision that the collective wisdom of this gathering of women will enliven individual spirit and creative energy to support personal growth and expansion, and serve as a catalyst for positive change for the whole community.
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| Sandi Tomlin-Sutker
WNC Woman has been one of the most popular free publications in our region since it’s inception in 2002; in the Mountain Xpress Best Of Poll we’ve been in the top 3 of ALL free publications in the region for 10 years! I’m delighted and grateful to have the opportunity to continue to improve the magazine and make it available to an ever growing readership.
Contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 828-649-9555.
WNC Woman, PO Box 951, Marshall, NC 28753
WNC WOMAN is a print/Web publication of Infinite Circles, Inc., founded in 2002 by Sandi Tomlin-Sutker email@example.com and Julie Savage Parker firstname.lastname@example.org at the suggestion of and much help from Sandra Grace email@example.com In October 2010, Sandi took over as sole operator of the publication; Julie and Sandra have gone on to other projects. Both of them were invaluable in getting WNC Woman started; we thank them!