About USWT

We, the United States Women of Today, are dedicated to serving our community and nation, committed to strengthening our individual talents, and stand united by our friendship and belief in the future.

The United States Women of Today, which began on July 1, 1985, is a nonprofit, volunteer organization that provides support for our local communities as well as leadership training and personal growth. Our purpose as stated in our bylaws shall be to encourage, foster and support the growth and establishment of state and local chapter members.

Pictured Left: 2020-2021 USWT President Angie Dietz-Robinson from Nashua WT and USWT Membership Vice President Laura Bentley from New Hampton WT; installed on June 12, 2020.


The United States Women of Today meets twice annually. Local and state meetings vary: chapters normally have monthly meetings, whereas states meet 2-4 times annually. Feel free to check out the USWT News & Events for national meetings and upcoming events. Visit State & Local Organizations for links to our state organizations and local chapters.

But it's not just meetings, we are a nonprofit, community service and personal growth organization. Chapters will do local projects such as raise funds to build a community park, or collections for a local women's shelter. There are socials where chapters will meet up for socialization and fun.

How To Join

You can find a local chapter through our State & Local Organizations. If there is no local chapter near you and you are interested in starting one, contact our Extensions Director. Lastly, our Membership Vice President can put you in contact with someone local as well.

Dues amounts are set by each individual local chapter and/or state. However, $5.00 of your membership dues will go to the USWT.

We support Domestic Violence Awareness, and Wellness & Personal Development programming areas. Check out Programming Vice President for more information. There are also Certification Nights that are social events where chapters will get together to fill out their programming certification forms. However our states and local chapters each have their own community projects as well. We are a volunteer organization that also rewards our members when helping someone in need. The possibilities are endless!