Co-Sponsored Events

How to Get Career Clarity Without Job Hopping, Going Back to School, or Traveling the World Hoping to Find Yourself

The Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) is delighted to Co-Sponsor Exclusive Career Clarity Online Training Date: August 20, 2017 Time: 7:30PM – 8:30PM EDT Location: Online Do you desire a better career, but feel lost or uncertain as to the specifics of what job would be a good fit for you? Would you like to… Read more

NAFTA Modernization and Border Adjustment Tax

     WIT-Los Angeles and WIIT Washington, D.C., Partnering to Present NAFTA Modernization How Will it Impact US/Canada/Mexico Trade? NAFTA renegotiation kicks off August 16 with an ambitious timetable and the stakes are huge. NAFTA has successfully integrated value chains that have made North America globally competitive, particularly with Asia. Sectors such as automotive and agriculture… Read more

Conformity and Creativity In Rules Of International Arbitration

The Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) is delighted to Co-Sponsor “Conformity and Creativity in Rules of International Arbitration: Should Arbitral Institutions Be Choosing a Path of Convergence?”, hosted by the Litigation Law Forum of the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia. Join us for a conversation on how varied the future… Read more

The U.S.-China Relationship and the Future of the Asia-Pacific

Description: The Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) is delighted to co-sponsor with Young Professionals in International Affairs (YPIA) and Young Trade Professionals (YTP) a panel discussion on the evolving economic and security relationship between China, the United States, and the Asia-Pacific region. We will follow this discussion with a Q&A session and open… Read more

Caribbean-U.S. Relations following the Election of President Donald Trump – 4-26-17

The Association of Women in International Trade (WIIT) is delighted to Co-Sponsor A panel discussion, “Caribbean-U.S. Relations following the Election of President Donald Trump”. Our esteemed panelists will discuss “hot button” issues that have arisen, and are likely to arise, in Caribbean-U.S. relations in the wake of a new U.S. administration under President Donald Trump. In… Read more