I believe it’s important for both members and non-members to come to the NJAWBO MetroEast events because being in business means a commitment to continuous learning. At our networking events, we not only share best practices but also share our stories of struggle and success—and businesses, especially when you are in them for the long-haul, are built on both.
Every time I attend a NJAWBO Event, I learn something I can take back to improve my business. Plus, I am always energized by this network of smart, savvy business professionals helping one another to succeed!
NJAWBO is an organization that, from my first event, I knew I wanted to join. The room was filled with members who showed mutual respect and admiration for one another, and the level of support the members commit to each other was bar none. I knew I was home from the beginning, and I am so excited to be part of such an amazing group of women.
Because of my many experiences in NJAWBO from chairing a committee to running the organization, I matured professionally and personally while making lifelong friendships.
After visiting NJAWBO only twice, I knew I was interested in getting involved. The emphasis on women supporting women and the energy toward strategic positive thinking, as well as hard work, is what compelled me to raise my hand. I am excited to work with the organization and continue to add value to the women-owned businesses in NJ.
I felt immediately welcomed since my first lunch. It was so interesting and at the same time empowering to hear from other women about their businesses, careers, families, and lives. I realized that we share the same problems as businesswomen, mothers, and members of the community. I met professional, experienced women, and everyone inspired me. I support NJAWBO because it’s exciting to help, share, and learn, and at the same time, empower NJ women-owned businesses.