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Women's Inter-Cultural Exchange (WIE) is an award-winning non-profit organization whose goal is to build and bridge social capital among women of diverse cultures. WIE provides outstanding multicultural programming and has the distinction of being the only one of its kind in the region. WIE has had the honor of partnering with Working Mother Media, Catalyst, the Cherie Blair Foundation and numerous corporations while working with local, national and international women leaders. Current program offers include:



Multi-Cultural Conference

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Focuses on issues of building trust and relationships across race and culture in business and the community. Topical themes include: Women in Power: Getting There and Giving Back, Trust is a Business Essential and Multicultural Town Halls.


Cross Cultural Chats™

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Small group dialogues held monthly over four consecutive months. These groups of eight to ten women are intentionally structured to mix ages and cultures and are designed to build trust across race and culture one relationship at a time.


Mentoring Across Difference™


Building Trust Across Gender, Generation, Culture, Socio-Economics and Disability" This professional mentoring program matches WIE members and high level professionals with area college and high school students leading them on a path of success as they prepare to launch their careers in the global economy.

WIE University™

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Created to serve corporations and community organizations that need to do more to:

• Underscore diversity and an inclusive culture as key business drivers
• Align their diversity initiatives
• Help women to build much needed social capital



The Champions those who support the mission of WIE and want to extend the community dialogue among men in Charlotte. Together, they examine and discuss racial fears embedded in work interactions, education, and public policy and how that erodes cross-cultural trust.



We hope that you willl join us, so we can count you among those who believe in the WIE Dream —
To build a lasting trust across race and difference.

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MAD Participants

Mentoring Across Difference Program Orientation was Saturday, April 8th @ UNC Charlotte.  Thanks to Jodi Turner and UNC Charlotte for hosting the event.  We are so excited to report that we have 2 new schools, Cabarrus College and Carolinas College join Johnson C Smith University, UNC Charlotte and Queen's University as partners.

We are at 12 pairs and growing - black, white, Latina and Pakistani.  If you are interested in becoming a Mentor, please contact MAD Co-Chairs, Dorothy Counts-Scoggins and Donna Parker-Tate at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A huge thanks to AT&T for sponsoring our Mentoring Across Difference Program.