PD Special Interest Groups (SIGs) provide an opportunity to get to know other PD members in a small group setting. Each SIG focuses on a specific interest and all are open to new members, though some have size limits or specific requirements. Visit your membership profile to join the SIG(s) that align to your interest! Questions related to a particular SIG can be addressed to the contact listed.
At any time, you can log in to your profile and subscribe to SIGs of interest. This is the best way to stay informed about when SIGs are meeting and to connect with other member participants. Log in here:
This group connects individual members to learn, share experiences and help each other become more successful investors. For those new to investing, this SIG provides a safe and supportive environment to learn the basics, while experienced investors will gain an opportunity to sharpen their skills.
Contact: Heather Wolfgram
Listening and Healing
Emerging after the murder of George Floyd, this space was created for Black women to listen and learn from each other, and elevate and empower Black voices. We hope to heal as we are healed, share resources, share laughs and counsel each other so that we're able to bring our full-selves to our work and continue to deepen relationships across the organization.
Contact: Lauren Feaster
This group helps members build community, learn and grow further in our understanding of race and equity in our community and world. It offers events, programs and community forums – drop in as your interest and schedule allow!
Contact: VP of Racial Equity Initiative, Michele Marsh
December Birthday Babes
If you were born in December and would like to get together for a group lunch with other members born in that month, join the December Birthday Babes. Their sole purpose is to gather once each year in December to celebrate.
Contact: Kim Marggraf
This team will meet to help design and plan the annual Ideation Summit, and think through how Ideation Summit evolves over the years. The Ideation Summit themes and ideas guide the work of Professional Dimensions.
Contact: PD Board Member, Deidre Garrett
This group is for PD members who are are retired from active careers but want to stay in touch with PD peers.
Contact: Lois Dee
A forum for Women Trailblazers who have made, or are thinking of making, the bold decision to start their own businesses. Our meetings have a structured format that help you overcome the challenges of running your own business.
The Great Outdoors
The goal: be outside! Everything from hikes and snowshoeing to kayaks and urban pedal taverns. Just want to be outside!
Laid Back Book Club
Select a text, center on meeting times, and read!
Policy and Power
A space to convene women across beliefs and political affiliations to discuss policy and how we can harness our collective power to advocate for our issues.
ProMoms is a group of professional women, who are also mothers, that gathers for lunch on the third Thursday of every month. ProMoms discuss special topics, share best practices, and encourage each other to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives. It’s fun, supportive, and a great time with great women.
If you have a green thumb, want a green thumb and/or appreciate those that have them - this is space for you!
Connect with women who enjoy film. From movies and documentaries to short films and festivals, this is the place for veteran and fledgling film connoisseurs.
Health and Wellness
Join members who want to center on physical, mental and/or emotional health.
Rise and Roar
Professional Dimension's morning monthly networking event. No registration, no topic, no cost. Come to meet other trailblazing members and expand your network.
A space for members who could be interested in shifting careers or positioning themselves for advancement. Here, members would be guided through how to modify their personal brand (resume, headshots, bio) and positioned for leadership opportunities according to desired career goals.
West Side Lunch Group
This group meets at various west side restaurants—in the city or suburbs-- on the third Friday of each month. Those who work or live on the west side — or who are west-side in spirit — are welcome to join in.
Contact: Dorothy Kerr