NAWBO

AcronymDefinition
NAWBONational Association of Woman Business Owners
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The March 14 NAWBO luncheon meeting begins with networking at 11 .
Billie Dragoo, NAWBO National chair and president/CEO of Indianapolis-based RepuCare, said, 'Bank of America has been a tremendous partner to NAWBO and support to women and small business owners.
NAWBO LA is located at 900 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 404, Los Angeles, CA, 90071, and can be reached at 213-622-3200 or at www.
This year the Mile High chapter of NAWBO added programs and revamped existing offerings.
Holifield said one of the roles NAWBO plays through a sister organization, National Women's Business Owners Corp.
At NAWBO, Travelers served as a primary event sponsor as well as participated in a breakout session to help offer solutions to protect small businesses.
At the NAWBO awards luncheon at which Pardue was honored, the big winner--the 1999 Woman Business Owner of the Year -- was Tina Shelby, who founded PLANTation Services in 1980.
Anyone interested in NAWBO can call the NAWBO Hotline at 954-6865.
The Washington-based NAWBO has 10,000 members nationwide; it has no breakdown on the ethnic composition of its members.
Money raised through the Red Affair raffle will be used to benefit Singleton Moms and for scholarships awarded by the nonprofit Women's Enterprise Foundation, for which NAWBO provides financial support.
In addition to providing management workshops and educational seminars, NAWBO sponsors special interest groups that let members collaborate on projects in different areas, such as international trade.
This is the 9th consecutive year that we have shared the honor with Wells Fargo of presenting the Trailblazer Award and I am continually impressed by the talent and dedication of the awardees," said Helen Han, NAWBO executive director.