National Association of Women Business Owners

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The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) is an organization in the United States founded in 1975 that has the purpose of networking the approximately 10.6 million women-owned businesses so as to provide mutual support, share resources, and provide a single voice to help shape economic and public policy. The president of the organization is Lisa Kaiser Hickey of Lakeland, Florida. Kaiser Hickey owns Douglass Screen Printers, of Lakeland, Florida.


NAWBO has chapters in all the 50 states including several chapters in a single state such as Illinois and California [1]


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