AWEC

AcronymDefinition
AWECAustralian Wine Export Council
AWECAlberta Wind Energy Corporation (Alberta, Canada)
AWECAsian Women's Economic and Business Conference
AWECAustin Wedding Event Coordinators (Austin, TX)
AWECAuckland Woodhill Endurance Club (New Zealand)
AWECAveraged Weak Energy Condition
AWECAurora Weier Educational Center (Milwaukee, WI)
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AWEC is focused on the manufacturing and marketing of medium-sized (900 kW) wind turbines for the North American market.
According to Founder Shantera Chatman, "AWEC is not a leadership conference." It is a dialogue between women from all walks of life participating in an intimate exchange with women leaders of the community.
Arizona Department of Corrections (ADC), the Association for Women Executives in Corrections (AWEC), and the Arizona Probation, Parole and Corrections Association (APPCA), The 11th Women Working in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Conference, "Inspiring Excellence," Sept.
AWEC is a non-governmental, non-political, indigenous Afghan women's organization founded 1991.
Booth could be speaking about the American Correctional Association's Women Working in Corrections Committee, the establishment of the Association of Women Executives in Corrections (AWEC) or other initiatives focused on women's leadership development in corrections.
The property was part of a 1,147-acre buy in February 1994 by a Capitol Development affiliate, AWEC Development Corp.
The land was part of a 107-acre purchase of $600,000 in February 1994 from AWEC Development Corp., led by Joe Vick.
Livers is also a member of North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents, the Southern States Correctional Association, and a founding member of the Association of Women Executives in Corrections (AWEC).
The property, was part of a 1,147-acre buy in February 1994 by a Capitol Development affiliate, AWEC Development Corp.
AWEC gave her the opportunity to mail out a questionnaire to its members, enabling her to gather even more information.
NBM and Gray Family acquired the land as part of a $600,000 deal in February 1994 with AWEC Development Corp., led by Joe Vick.
The Association of Women Executives in Corrections (AWEC) is a membership organization with a mission to provide leadership development for female executives, support the career advancement of women in corrections and promote informed discussion of correctional issues in an atmosphere of mutual respect.