Greater Oakland Charter Chapter
The American Business Women's Association (ABWA) is a national organization founded in 1949 in Kansas City, Missouri. ABWA is a diverse professional organization for women and men. Thousands of members gather throughout the country united by a common goal, to support each other in professional development and career advancement. The Greater Oakland Charter Chapter is part of this organization. The chapter was founded September 12, 2000 to serve the greater Oakland County area.
ABWA is a premier organization providing business-relevant speakers, seminars, and hands-on leadership opportunities. Members gain skills in face-to-face communication, collaboration, writing, public speaking, planning, organizing, and relationship-building. By serving as a committee member, a committee chair-person or as an officer of the chapter, you learn and practice skills that will transfer to almost any career.
Meetings may be held in-person or virtually and include networking, a program, and business meeting. In-person meetings include dinner. Registration is required for virtual and in-person meetings.
When: 4th Tuesday of each month
Time: 6:00 pm
Where: Online or In-person. Please register to receive details to attend
Program and cost: See Events page
ABWA National Dues: $115
Chapter Annual Dues: $ 24
MONTHLY MEETINGS MAY BE HELD IN-PERSON OR VIRTUAL OR HYBRID (IN-PERSON WITH VIRTUAL OPTION). CHECK THE EVENTS PAGE.
Changing Women's Lives . . . . One Woman at a Time. TM
To bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.
Greater Oakland Charter Chapter offers women the opportunity to network and grow personally and professionally through mentoring, education and team support.