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BASF Supports Women’s Industry Network As 2017 Gold Sponsor

For the ninth year in a row, BASF has announced its support of the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) annual conference – held this week in Denver – as a Gold sponsor.

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BASF attendees at the 2017 WIN Conference in Denver: (left to right) Shana Ruckreigle, Yolanda Sandor, Jane Niemi, Tina Nelles, Sheila Principio, Maryam Attia, Denise Kingstrom, Lucy Wildman, Amy Kramer, Sally Miener, Jennifer Robertson, Tonya Boddie

For the ninth year in a row, BASF has announced its support of the Women’s Industry Network (WIN) annual conference – held this week in Denver –  as a Gold sponsor. The company also sponsored a breakfast and the WIN “Scholarship Industry Walk” at the event. BASF supports WIN at several events throughout the year.

“I joined WIN in 2010, and I’m excited to serve on the board of such a tremendous organization,” said Denise Kingstrom, BASF NA distribution director. “WIN creates a network that supports women in the industry that allows us to develop personally and professionally, which is why BASF encourages our employees to participate. We had record attendance at the 2017 conference and look forward to expanding in years to come.”

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“As an all-volunteer non-profit network, WIN’s ability to develop programs to support our members, and ultimately our industry, depends upon the support and generosity of our sponsors across diverse industry segments,” said Petra Schroeder, WIN executive board chair. “BASF has been supportive for years and in many ways, from sponsorship to in-kind donations, as well as encouraging BASF employees to become WIN members, and to work on WIN committees and serve on the WIN board. We are grateful for this.”

Visit the WIN website for more information.

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