Business and Professional Women's Club Bylaws, Policies and Procedures
Curated by Rick Brewer, 2021-07
Every great organization comes with vast amounts of rules, regulations, and procedures. The Bylaws listed in this collection helped structure and establish the National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Clubs across the globe. The National Federation of Business and Professional Women’s Club, or BPW for short, was founded on July 16, 1919, in Kentucky by Lena Madesin Phillips. Today the federation has spread to over 48 of the States as well as 23 countries across the world. Starting with a standard set of rules and procedures, the following collection has altered significantly over the last century due to the Women’s Rights and the Civil Rights Movements. The following collection encompasses all the rules, regulations, and procedures for the organization and their various alteration leading all the way up to 2012. As you view this collection, please keep in mind that some of the old bylaws are outdated and a reflection of their times.
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