WE ARE THE FACEOF WOMENS BUSINESS
The National Association of Women Business Owners-Phoenix is all about helping women-owned businesses grow in Metro Phoenix. We work to strengthen the wealth, create capacity of our members & promote economic development within the entrepreneurial community.
The NAWBO Institute is our educational arm, offering training and educational development opportunities that ensure NAWBO members are equipped with the tools and resources they need to succeed at any size or stage of development.
Your NAWBO membership includes access to a range of programming designed to empower personal and professional growth. Find NAWBO events here in Phoenix.
An investment in a NAWBO membership provides a portfolio of benefits that propel business growth and fuel personal and professional development.
Since 1975, NAWBO has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy. NAWBO is the only dues-based national organization representing the interests of all women entrepreneurs in all types of businesses. NAWBO’s strength comes from the diversity of its membership – all sizes from sole proprietorship to hundreds of employees; every industry from construction, importers, retailers to service providers – and in all areas of the country. Membership is open to sole proprietors, partners and corporate owners with day-to-day management responsibility.
PHOENIX EXECUTIVE BOARD
15 years in business
Greatest business challenge: Scale. Growth is beautiful, yet, for me business growth often turns to “the best of times and the worst of times.” Efficiency at scale is paramount because mistakes cost a fortune and allocating time for everything that needs to be done during a high-growth period is hard. Assigning the right strategic activities to the right people is key and also incredibly hard.
One thing that most people don’t know about you: When I moved to the US from Poland, at age of 15, I didn’t speak a single word of English.
Favorite business role model: Ursula Burns. In one word, she’s fearless. I remember hearing her say “If you don’t transform, you’re stuck.” This became my motto during challenging times in business growth as well as in my personal life. She is unapologetic in her delivery and authentic in who she is. But most importantly, she unites.
Why do you belong to NAWBO? I joined NAWBO because I wanted to be a part of the force that empowers women to create and build businesses. I truly believe this is how we empower the world and build global economy. I belong to NAWBO because of the friendships that I have made, the connections that I have built and the great things that I am able to be a part of in my community.
6 years in business
Greatest business challenge: Helping people see the importance of my trainings, and why it is so important.
One thing that most people don’t know about you: I hold the title of 2023 Ms. Elite Arizona.
Favorite business role model: Mel Robbins, she tells it like it is.
Why do you belong to NAWBO? I am the exact woman that NAWBO stands for, and I love to share my talents to help others grow and succeed. I love to learn and getting to know the other ladies in NAWBO and our Corporate Partners, NAWBO gives a solo-prenuer (me) a sense of belonging.
DIRECTOR OF BOARD STRATEGY AND DEVELOPMENT
32 years in business
Greatest business challenge: Helping my clients keep it simple by not overthinking or overdoing to attract clients
One thing that most people don’t know about you: I’ve been to Hawaii over 15 times, visiting 4 different islands
Favorite business role model: Arianna Huffington
Why do you belong to NAWBO? For their advocacy on public policy issues as well as the opportunity to meet some amazing women business owners!