The Women’s Professional Forum began in 1977 by a small group of professional women who were looking for a sense of friendship, community, and support from like-minded women. WPF members are women who serve their community in leadership roles and who enjoy sharing their talents and experiences. WPF upholds a standard of excellence, promotes leadership, recognizes members’ achievements and offers opportunities to help young women through philanthropy and other activities. Our group has flourished thanks to strong, talented and determined women. We now have over 160 members representing 30 different occupational categories. Membership is by invitation.



  • Dining Out

    July 25 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

    Please join us for Dining Out at Natty Greene’s Kitchen + Market  located at 2003 Yanceyville Street next to Revolution Mills.  Amy Gilbert will be our host this month. As noted on their website: Natty Greene’s Co-Founder, Kayne Fisher, has dreamed of owning his own chop house and neighborhood market since childhood. So when the opportunity to…

  • Working Moms

    July 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

    Join us for our next lunch meeting where we will be talking about back-to-school planning, shopping, supplies and extra-curricular activities.  Please plan for about an hour and a half. RSVP to so I can get seating in advance.