Joining MWMC is easy. Select your member level and click the PayPay button to pay for your membership. Once you have made your payment, you will automatically be re-directed back to the MWMC website. A notice will appear that your membership has been approved and you will be given steps to register your user name and password as well as complete your member profile. If you have any trouble, please feel free to contact us.

PLEASE NOTE If you do not have or did not sign up for a Paypal account, you will not automatically be redirected back to our site. Please click on the “Return to Minnesota Women in Marketing and Communications” link, where you can finish filling out your application.

Ready to Renew Your Membership? Log in to your member account and click on the link to Update your member profile. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to find the Paypal link to renew. Questions? Feel free to contact us.




Build your social, traditional and mobile marketing and communication skills with our deep and diverse leadership community and through our thought-provoking events. Join now to get access to these great opportunities.





Students pursuing a full-time graduate or undergraduate degree in marketing or communications, or graduates in their first year out of school, can join at a discounted rate (hey, we've all been there).


The Benefits of Joining MWMC

Ever gone to a networking event, but feel like you're working just to meet people? Or felt lost in overcrowded, impersonal events?

At MWMC, that’s something you’ll never have to worry about. We work to make sure your experience is just the opposite. Warm, inviting atmosphere. We’re inclusive and supportive. You won’t have to work hard to make connections here.

Women Empowering Women. We’re serious about building community.

Outstanding Learning Opportunities. We’re just as serious about building our careers. Learning opportunities include workshops, training and speaker sessions, as well as a multitude of short and long-term volunteer opportunities to help build your professional experience and skill sets.

Personal Experience. Small and intimate means more attention is placed on you, your goals and professional interests.

Mentorship. Starting in January 2016, MWMC rolls out our pilot mentorship program, Glass Crashers, for members of all ages and skill levels to grow through knowledge sharing and camaraderie.


Raves for MWMC



Katie Fisher Spiess, former MWMC President and Account Executive at Pointward

“The organization keeps me up-to-date on latest trends with their events and has a solid membership base that provides the collaboration I need as a solo marketer.

I also enjoy the leadership opportunities, professional development, and exposure to influential women in marketing and communication.”


Kristin Maija Peterson, MWMC member and Principal Art Director at Grand Ciel Design

“Launching a new business is challenging in its own right. Getting Grand Ciel off the ground would have been considerably more difficult if it had not been for MWMC. Not only did my membership connect me with smart, creative, energetic women, it lead to new clients and referrals as a direct result.

As any one knows working for themselves can feel isolating, MWMC made it feel less so. The women who make up this organization are a continuing source of support and encouragement. Every event, every workshop, I learn something new and valuable that I can bring back and apply to my own thinking and business. I consider MWMC my on-going source for professional development and education.”



Aline Anliker, former MWMC Vice President, Networking, and Owner of Plan A Communications

“When moving from another city or in my case from a foreign country to Minneapolis, it can take a long time to make meaningful business connections and to become acquainted with like-minded professionals.

Joining MWMC was like starting the domino effect: ever since I met all these amazing and inspiring women at my first MWMC event, it just continues that way. My professional network has greatly expanded, and it surprises me time and again how much support and encouragement I have gained in no time.”