How to Join
Membership in NAWBO is open to women who own and operate their own businesses. Your business can be a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or LLC. You do not have to own more than 51% of your business to be eligible for membership, but you must be active in the day-to-day operation of your company.
If you are a woman business owner, join us! Let your voice be heard.
Click the below link to join NAWBO National website by filling out your profile and then selecting your membership level.
Premier - Full membership. Eligible for all discounts and to be a voting member of the Board of Directors.
Introductory - Limited membership
Student - Full membership. Must provide valid proof of school enrollment in entrepreneurial program.
Our Core Values
Here at our chapter, we want to build trust and credibility by maintaining a culture with open communication and following our core values.
Honesty - Integrity - Accountability - Diligence
A variety of local and national NAWBO meetings and events offer a multitude of opportunities to meet new people, exchange ideas and make contacts.
NAWBO aggressively looks for public relations opportunities to promote the organization, as well as individual members, to the business community through local and national media. There are many ways to advertise your company cost-effectively in our National Membership Directory, through trade shows, at chapter events and other media.
The main database and directory provides a solid referral network of a multitude of professions locally and nationally that can be accessed by members to increase their business productivity.
NAWBO plays a strong advocacy role in public policy issues of statewide, national and international interest to women business owners and small business in general. On a National level works on securing government contracts for women business owners.
Chapter News & updates, Facebook and Instagram. NAWBO National Newsletter brings current business news, hot business trends, and best practices for small business owners to members’ fingertips.
Fine tune your leadership skills at various workshops at the National NAWBO Annual Meeting, chapter programs, and the Public Policy Days. NAWBO’s Economic Development Forum offers assistance and support for all stages of growing your business.
The Business Advisory Council is comprised of successful women business owners who donate their time and expertise to help others become more successful, will meet with a new member to discuss a specific business concern and identify solutions to the issues she may have. Local breakfast and lunches offer the unique opportunity to seek feedback on issues facing business owners.
NAWBO National Support
Inclusion in National Membership Directory.
Linkages to women’s associations worldwide, and programs to assist entering the global marketplace.
Economic Summits and Business Expos.
Disaster Relief – Provides funds to assist NAWBO members in times of natural disasters.
National NAWBO Conference
Increase procurement opportunities for Women Business Enterprises (WBE’s).
Local, National & State Corporate Partners provide discounts to all members.