New Members’ Coffee

The Association of International Women Cordially Invites You To A New and Prospective Members’ Coffee Date: Wednesday, March 12th, at 10:00 a.m. Coffees are typically held in members’ homes in a relaxed atmosphere. New and prospective members will hear about all the activities that are available in the organization. They can also ask questions and get to know other new members. If you want to get more information, or register, please contact us by using this contact page by March 10th. Thank you!  

Education Seminar – Estate and Family Law Planning in Indiana: What US/International Families Need to Know

Monday, April 14, 2014 9:45 am Coffee and Registration 10:00 am to 12:00 noon Seminar Place: The Law Office of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP 2700 Market Tower 10 West Market St Indianapolis IN 46204 (easy parking available) Fee: There is no charge for this seminar. Friends and spouses are very welcome. What is “estate planning”, and why is estate planning important for US citizens and non-US citizens? What are the essential estate planning considerations for US citizens and non-US citizens? US gift and estate taxes – including latest changes made by the tax reform act What is a QDOT and Continue Reading →

AIW March 2014 Luncheon

When : Thursday, March 20th 2014, 11 am – 2 pm Where: Ruth Lilly Library at the Indianapolis Art Center 820 E 67th Street, Indianapolis (off College Avenue, north of Broad Ripple Avenue; large parking lot on the east side of the building) Enjoy a buffet style luncheon with meat and vegetarian choices. Patrick Flaherty, the Director of Exhibitions and Director of the Broad Ripple Art Fair, will be demonstrating woodcut relief, a form of printmaking. Patrick will demonstrate the use of a press to print a pre-carved woodcut of the “Twisted House”, a sculpture in the 9 acre ARTSpark Continue Reading →

2014 International Women’s Day Symposium

2014 International Women’s Day Symposium Inspire Change Friday, March 7, 2014 The Indiana Landmarks Center 1201 Central Ave. Indianapolis, IN Inspiring Change is the 2014 theme selected by the United Nations and is intended to encourage positive action for women’s advancement everywhere in every way. The message you will hear on March 7th will be one of inspiration and possibility. Keynote Speaker Tirajeh Saadatzadeh – Second-Year Medical Student – Co-Founder, Community Lights Programme – Founding Member, Navari Outreach Health Clinic – Student Ambassador to AMPATH – First-Place Winner in Ideas Solving Social and Economic Challenges Competition Panelists May Oo Mutraw Continue Reading →