MetroEast Region's 8th Annual Diversity Luncheon
NJAWBO's Commitment to Diversity
The Diversity Council
NJAWBO's strength lies in the diversity of our members - their backgrounds, experiences, leadership skills and business success. NJAWBO strives to be an inclusive environment for women business owners in New Jersey , with mutual respect and appreciation of similarities and differences (such as age, culture, education, ethnicity, experience, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, etc.)
In 2005-2006, NJAWBO actively pursued our mission for diversity, continuing to find ways to help New Jersey women business owners address the challenges and accelerate the growth, profitability and success in business. NJAWBO established affiliations with other state business organizations and an action plan for hosting more events in the urban centers of New Jersey.
In 2006-2007, the state-level Diversity Council continues this active role in shaping the future of NJAWBO. The Council, with members representing all areas of New Jersey, is priding resources for developing inclusive events and programs to increase networking and economic development opportunities for all NJAWBO members, reaching out to our diverse regional markets in New Jersey. To participate on the Council or to learn more about its mission, send an e-mail to email@example.com
.In the NewsJune 2007
, New Brunswick, George Street Playhouse "Women of New Jersey … Celebrate Diversity and Grow Your Business” June 2006,
Newark Museum "Women of New Jersey … Celebrate Diversity and Grow Your Business” Jun/Jul 2006
, Bottom Line NJAWBO Diversity Initiative Moves Ahead Apr/May 2006
, Bottom Line Essex Chapter announces Newark Museum event Aug/Sept 2005
, Bottom Line Women’s Business Center (WBC) Director, Penni Nafus, is 2005 SBA Minority Small Business Champion of the Year Jun/Jul 2005
, Bottom Line NJAWBO Women’s Business Center (WBC) Wins Senator Wynona M. Lipman Award 2005
Affiliation established with The International Alliance for Women (TIAW) 2004
Annual Conference, Luncheon Speaker Nell Merlino, President & CEO, Count Me In for Women’s Economic Independence 2003
Annual Conference, Business Panel Members: Suzanne L. Becker, Directory, Minority- & Women-Owned Business Solutions D&B; Susan Hogan, Supplier Development Manager, Minority Business Development, PSEG, Inc.
Does your region have diversity-related news?
Tell us about events in planning or that have happened, news coverage, press releases, on any diversity or community related initiatives in your region. Email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org
. The Council will review your submission for publication on this page.