Established in 1990, the Women's Public Finance Network (WPFN) is a voluntary association of women, elected and appointed officials, and other women finance professionals, formed within the GFOA of the United States and Canada. WPFN was originally formed to develop a core network of women GFOA members to coordinate communications and to encourage participation in GFOA and WPFN. The purpose of GFOA’s WPFN is to foster the careers of women in public finance through education, networking, and mentoring opportunities.
GFOA Staff Contacts:
Applications Open for WPFN Committees and Role of Vice President
WPFN Member Spotlight: Darlene Malaney
GFOA's Elizabeth Fu talks to WPFN President Darlene Malaney, special projects manager, Collier County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller, Naples, Florida, about her career path and interest in finance in the February issue of Government Finance Review.
GFOA's WPFN is open to any active or associate GFOA member.
WPFN Mentorship Program
Mentorship is a valuable resource that helps with career advancement and professional success.
WPFN officers consist of a president, president elect, and vice president.
WPFN Strategic Plan
In October 2018, WPFN recruited members to take part in the strategic planning process and to identify areas of focus for WPFN.