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Advancing Women in Product (AWIP), a nonprofit organization with more than 16,000 members internationally, is partnering with Seattle’s Madrona Venture Group and Madrona Venture Labs in order to expand its opportunities for training, mentoring, and networking.

Those involved say the collaboration could help AWIP participants launch startups, take on new leadership roles, join corporate boards, and secure venture capital.

“We would love to create a bigger network effect with the Madrona community in reaching even more female founders who will have great ideas and who want connections to funding,” said Nancy Wang, CEO of AWIP.