South Jersey Chapter

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The South Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO SJ) was formed in February of 2003 and was granted chapter status from the National Organization in June 2003.

NAWBO® South Jersey is dedicated to providing support, education, mentoring, and networking opportunities for women business owners and their associates in the region.

Due in part to the support of our Corporate Partners and the success of our annual Beyond the Glass Ceiling Awards Gala, we have been able to create high-quality educational programs that offer business owners at all levels the knowledge they need to propel their organizations forward, the mastermind groups that provide them with the motivation and accountability they require to reach their goals, and the opportunities to connect with others throughout the year.

To all those that have and continue to support NAWBO and local women business owners, we thank you!

NAWBO® South Jersey serves the needs of women business owners in the following New Jersey counties: Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, Salem, Atlantic, Cape May and portions of Mercer.

What Others Are Saying About Us:

“NAWBO is very much like my store’s tag line… Fresh is where fashion starts and personalities bloom; NAWBO is where women begin and their lives bloom!” –Karla Stradling, Fresh By Karlanne

“Joining NAWBO and meeting some incredible women has enriched my life both professionally and personally.  I have found the various events to be educational and rewarding.” –Catherine Allen, M Financial Planning Services, Inc. 

“The people I have met through NAWBO SJ have been integral to the growth of my business. The inspiring and informative lectures, fun after-hour events, and regional collaborative events have all provided a pathway to meaningful and lasting relationships.” –Debbie Zimmerman, Co Founder, 100 Women Project

“The most successful networking is making new friends who help each other, and that’s exactly what I found as a NAWBO member.” –Lisa Fellman, Enterprise Marketing & Communications