WHOMS Launches New Innovative and Interactive Website
W.H.O.M.S. WebsiteWe are pleased to announce the newly developed Women’s Home and Overseas Missionary Society website. After two months of hard work and dedication, we are delighted to officially announce the re-launch of the website www.whoms.org.

The Women’s Home and Overseas Missionary Society of the A.M.E. Zion Church has tapped its longtime technology partner, Sirius Networks LLC of Charlotte, N.C. to develop, launch and maintain a new, innovative and interactive website.

Our goal with this new web environment is to provide our visitors an easier way to access information and resources. The website highlights our organization, its departments, organizational branches, news, events as well as a newly designed resource area which continues to be one of the most visited areas of any website.

Another feature of the website that we are truly excited about is the addition of an independent mobile website which allows you to view a crisp view of the website on your mobile devices (iPhone, android, or tablet). The website is rich in information and can be used as a resource for communicating within the organization as a whole. Please check the site regularly for updated news items, events, and resources.

Thanks to the WHOMS Project Leadership, including, WHOMS International President, Dr. Sandra L. Gadson, Mrs. Rosetta Dunham, the Executive Project Manager and Ms. Jacqueline Anthony, the Technical Project Liaison. This team invested numerous hours of their time and energy to make this site a successful launch.

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