NAWBO is more than a women's business organization. We have a well respected presence in Washington, D.C. having contributed to women business owners throughout the U.S.A. Women's advocacy, along with legislation signed by Ronald Reagan allows us to schedule one one one conversations, if we wish, with our Congressman/women once a year on Advocacy Day in Washington D. C. Women's Business in Sedona
February 19th from 11:30am to 1pm we'll be enjoying our delicious and informative luncheon meeting together at Sound Bites Grill in and area of the showroom. THIS gathering our Please register by sending your RSVP email to Lori Harakal at email@example.com to make your reservation.
Joan Bourque is an active local community member, a muralist, a teaching artist, and a former dive guide and scuba owner/operator on the idyllic island of Saba. A tiny woman with big talents, Joan combines her savvy business sense and artistic talents to write grants that have funded her to paint murals all over Arizona and aboard. Join your NAWBO sisters to learn how women can use readily available grants specifically designed for women entrepreneurs to help kick start their new businesses and fund their passion projects.
REMINDER ~ Non-members may attend our luncheons or/and events twice before committing to membership. If this is your 3rd time attending, please be sure you join our chapter prior to our next luncheon or/and event
NAWBO SVV is excited to announce our NEW Membership Chair Kathy Louderback who is the owner of the fabulous boutique store, The Artist's Kitchen located in Tlaquepaque North. Be sure to introduce yourself to Kathy at our monthly luncheon and visit her beautiful store.
We are currently extending an invitation to apply on our
NAWBO Board of Directors ~ Secretary & Social Media Chair. IF you are hearing the call to serve,
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