WithIt Launches New Web Site

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GREENSBORO, N.C.-The refocused WithIt.org has launched with new online tools and members-only exclusives.

"In our 15th year, WithIt's story is now told digitally across a variety of platforms, and our new Web site reflects the needs of our diverse and geographically separated community," said WithIt 2012 President Julia Rosien, principal of SocialNorth. "We need to meet our members where they live, and the new Web site connects us seamlessly to each other and the social media channels we use."

WithIt.org's new Member Cafe includes articles written by WithIt members and useful professional links. Meanwhile, the Student Cafe offers a find-a-mentor feature and a knowledge center that offers practical information for students at the early stages of their careers.

Other new online tools include: a regions-focused hub, where WithIt's regional chapters can network with local members; a newsroom, including event photos; a "speak-up" section where WithIt members blog on leadership-focused topics; a searchable members directory; social media feeds; and more.

"WithIt's new Web site is the culmination of hundreds of hours of planning and hard work, and we're very grateful to the individuals and companies that supported us," said Rosien. "Now, the fun and sharing begins, and we're eager to showcase and connect our members and potential members online."

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