Igniting the Collective Power of Women
Professional Dimensions is the leading women’s professional association in the Milwaukee area whose mission is to unite women leaders in the relentless pursuit of better. We create opportunities for our members to network, collaborate, learn and lead, inspiring women to reach for more in all aspects of their lives. Our organization is intentionally inclusive across career experiences and personal identities, maximizing our ability to innovate and elevate those around us. Professional Dimensions challenges leaders to blaze trails in their companies and communities. Our driving ambition is to expand what is possible for women and the world they influence
To unite women leaders in the pursuit of better
VISIONTo expand what is possible for women and the world they influence
Professional Dimensions ignites every dimensions of a woman leader by cultivating:
1 - Authentic Relationships
Our COMMITMENT TO MEMBERS
Professional Dimensions remains the most diverse space where members can:
Expand their network with inclusivity & authenticity,
Advance women through collective philanthropy, mentorship and advocacy, and
Develop personally and professionally as a conscious systems-leader!
Tracie recently transitioned into the Global DEI Operations and ERG program manager role at Rockwell Automation headquartered in Milwaukee, WI. In this role she will oversee the 66 Global ERG chapters in the organization, partner with them in their development, growth and reach within Rockwell Globally to further the DEI interests and work toward a more inclusive culture. Operational aspects of DEI are also included in her roles and partnering with internal stakeholders on driving the entire DEI strategy forward.
Volunteer for Upcoming 3DE Sessions!
Tue, November 14 at 7:45 AM - 11:55 AM (4.17 hours) Bay View High School
Tue, November 14 at 11:45 AM - 3:25 PM (3.67 hours) Bay View High School
Wed, November 15 at 1:45 PM - 3:25 PM (1.67 hours) Milwaukee Marshall High School
Conversation Circles are the mainstay of the Racial Equity Initiative. These circles bring together a small, diverse group of women to meet for five consecutive weeks in a person's home for open, honest discussion on racism assisted by two facilitators. Join the conversation! Interest Form >>