National Association of Women Business Owners

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

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]


New Orleans Chapter Members[2]
President: Shelly Grimm-Latino, LUTCF - Pinnacle Financial Strategies
Jennifer F. Brimm - Foster-Brimm Consulting
Miriam Browns - Browns Tax Services, Inc.
Georgia Collier-Bolling
Deanna Causey - Sankofa Record Retrieval, LLC
Elizabeth “Dee” Clubb - OMNI Advertising
McKenzie Coco - FSC Interactive
Myra L. Corrello - Find Your Spice Seminars, LLC
Sheila M. Craft - OfficeLink LC and FileLink
Nicole Dennis - XOCOMP, LLC
Patricia R Hightower CEO - Bayouequity Mortgage
Terri Hogan Dreyer - NANO, LLC
Robin G. Kaplan - Inn The Quarter, LLC
Teresa Lawrence - Delta Personnel, Inc.
Barbara Ann Locklear - Hotel Storyville
Ashley Machen - Treasure Travel, LLC
Martha Madden - M Madden Associates, LLC
Tina Dandry-Mayes, CLU, ChFC, CLTC - NYLIFE Securities, LLC/ New York
Cheryl Meral - MCS Software, LLC
Brenda Prudhomme - K-Paul’s Louisiana Kitchen
Jessica Rareshide CPC CSP - Rare insight, LLC
Gina N. Ruttley -Ericksen, Krentel, &LaPorte, LLC
Jeffrie Schultis Fricke - Paramount Shows
Janet Fabre Smith - Fabre Smith & Co.
Dorothy L Tarver - Taggart Morton, LLC
Judy Weitz - Compucast Web, Inc,
Melissa Mitchel Willis - Mary Kay Cosmetics
Trevor Wisdom - Wisdom & Witticisms, LLC


External links[edit]