ABWA

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ABWAAmerican Business Women's Association
ABWAAssociation of Accountancy Bodies in West Africa (est. 1982; Nigeria)
ABWAAmerican Bottled Water Association
ABWAAssociation for the Blind of Western Australia
ABWAAustralian Baptist World Aid
ABWAAlabama Blue Water Adventures (underwater diving)
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The American Business Women's Association's (ABWA) mission is to provide educational grants and scholarships to women pursuing post secondary educational goals as well as ongoing professional development in order to support their career advancement and to help them become the role models, mentors and leaders of the future.
American Business Women's Association - Membership and dinner meeting.
In the past 18 years, she has been involved in the American Business Women's Association (ABWA), Women's Resource Center, Siesta Key Kiwanis, Siesta Key Chapel, and Christian Family Church.
She was also a member of the American Business Women's Association (Worcester Charter Chapter), West Boylston Council on Aging and the Women's Health Initiative.
The American Business Women's Association is a national nonprofit organization supporting the education and professional growth of local businesswomen.
Oliver has spoken to numerous organizations including the Small Business Administration (SBA), National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), American Business Women's Association (ABWA), eWomenNetwork and the Association of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers (APTAC) just to name a few.
She holds leadership roles in various community organizations, including the American Business Women's Association, the Junior League of Raleigh and the N.C.
In 2008, she was recognized with the Top 5 Business Women's Award from the New Directions Chapter of the American Business Women's Association. She has a passion for Mathematics and Economics and teaches, mentors, and encourages women to pursue careers in such areas.
American Business Women's Association - General membership meeting.
American Business Women's Association, Vineyard Valley charter chapter in Eugene, has elected the following officers for 2003-04: president, Barbara Bernadette; vice president, Sharon Tindall; secretary, Barbara Ness; and treasurer, Angela Pedersen.
American Business Women's Association - Vineyard Valley chapter meeting.
American Business Women's Association. Speaker: Liz Gleim, Tastefully Simple.
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