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We’re the National Association of Women Business Owners of Greater DC Chapter (NAWBO DC).

For over 45 years, we’ve provided a nurturing community for women business owners to come together, learn and promote one another. We’ve fostered strong corporate collaborations and strategic alliances, and over the years, have developed into a formidable economic force and change agent for the Greater DC and national business environment.

We know how hard running a business can be. We’ve been there.

You’re constantly being challenged, needing to adapt quickly, having to learn new skills, and operating in a state of not-knowing. Self-doubt can creep in. Not to mention: it can be isolating, too.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

NAWBO members are women business owners, and we’ve all needed help and support at some point. We’ve turned to our sisterhood for education, guidance and support, and even advocacy in navigating business complexities.

It has meant everything to have a collaborative, nurturing group of high-caliber women by our side.

Discover how our sisterhood can help your business rise.

Member Spotlight

Sacajawea Fanning
Goall Program

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Sacajawea Fanning Goall Program Type of Business Leadership Coaching / Consulting Company Description I am the CEO and Founder of Fanning Financial Group, LLC as well partnered with the GOALL…

Amy Shelton
Clasp Marketing

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Amy Shelton Clasp Marketing Type of Business Strategic messaging and marketing consulting.   Company Description Your work changes lives. So why is it so hard to get prospective clients to…

Nicole Chamblin
Visions Productivity Solutions

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Nicole Chamblin Visions Productivity SolutionsFacebook - Twitter Type of Business Soft skills coaching and training for busy leaders and teams Company Description Nicole is the Chief Visionary and…
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Cate Fulkerson – Points North Strategies

In the spring of 2018, I was invited to a chapter lunch and learn program by a business colleague and friend who was on the board and a sponsor of the local chapter.  I just started my business and was looking for networking opportunities.  I received much more during that luncheon.  I found a phenomenal cadre of women who supported and celebrated each other in business and personally.  All welcomed me and treated me like a long-lost friend.  That is meaningful and immensely powerful. My choice to join came after one more lunch and learn program; where, my interest continued to grow as I learned about the advocacy effort and successes of this non-profit for women in business. This is a smart, powerful, and strong organization that any woman in business should join.

Cate Fulkerson
CEO, Points North Strategies