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The heart and soul of Women's Connection is its small groups. 

This is where women connect face to face to explore "what's next" together.

What is a Peer Group?

Peer groups are informal, shared leadership groups composed of 8 to 10 members who meet on a monthly basis to engage in informal discussions. These groups provide a safe and supportive environment in which women may have confidential, thought-provoking, and stimulating conversations relating to personal or career transitions.


Groups generate topics of mutual interest and relevance to their current lives. Discussion topics range from those that are light-hearted and fun to others that help members to define and think through their futures. Each group works to find a comfortable way to select topics and share the responsibilities that make a shared leadership group run smoothly.


What are the benefits of a Peer Group? 


Peer groups provide opportunities for meaningful connection, new friendships and mutually supportive exploration of topics relevant to  members. The intention of these groups is for women to share and learn from each other, and while the groups are meant to create a supportive environment, they are neither support groups nor therapy groups and cannot substitute for professional help when a member confronts a life crisis.

Connecticut Peer Groups will be forming soon.

If you are interested in joining a peer group, write us at


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