COME RUN WITH US! Women's Business in Sedona

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Collaboration! Community! Advocacy!

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



Monthly NAWBO SVV Early Evening Meetings

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March 20th 2019 ~ GREAT Dreams Begin with the Dreamer!

Wednesday, March 20th, NAWBO SVV from 5:30pm to 7:30pm held in the Fireside Room at the Golden Goose American Grill located in west Sedona.  


Scroll down on this page to purchase your tickets well in advance so you can attend NAWBO SVV's monthly gatherings of community & collaboration, networking learning new skills from informative & interesting guest speakers while enjoying  delicious  tapas and  beverages in the Golden Goose American Grill's Fireside Room.  


Advance tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased here on line. Each ticket includes a variety of delicious appetizers, (including vegetarian) and tea, (Alcohol beverages are not included with ticket) Advance tickets are suggested as seating is limited. Tickets at the door are $25.00. 


Our guest speaker is the incomparable Cynthia Richmond. Cynthia is a Board-Certified Behavioral Therapist and the author of Dream Power, How to Use Your Night Dreams to Change Your Life, published by Simon & Schuster. For more than 20 years Cynthia has helped celebrities and others work with the beautiful gift that our nightly dreams can be for us all. She has been a guest on nearly every talk show on television including: Oprah, Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz, The Doctors, and The View. She has been interviewed on radio shows across the country including Dr. Maya Angelou, Gayle King, Diane Rhems on NPR and George Noory on Coast to Coast. Cynthia has also written a regular column for the Los Angeles Times and the Arizona Republic called “In Your Dreams,” and has read more than 50,000 dreams sent in by readers. For the past fourteen years, she has led a local workshop for aspiring writers called, “The Story of Your Life,” has facilitated four-hundred people write their memoirs, and has coached many others in writing all types of books from cover to cover. If you’ve been wondering how you can get started writing and/or what your dreams have been telling you, join us for some creative “dream-time” and for some serious schmoozing with other like-minded and get-down-to-business women.  


Purchase your tickets here!