NAWBO-San Antonio Annual Meeting and Installation Luncheon
About our Guest Speaker:
Renée Flores is Regional Vice President, External Affairs within the AT&T External and Legislative Affairs organization. Flores currently has regional state and municipal responsibility for legislative advocacy and third-party constituencies in the local San Antonio area and south Texas.
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Propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power
• Strengthening the wealth creating capacity of our members and promoting
economic development within the entrepreneurial community
• Creating innovative and effective change in the business culture
• Building strategic alliances, coalitions and affiliations
• Transforming public policy and influencing opinion makers
The right place to further
your business… and yourself.
A NAWBO membership offers women-owned businesses a national and local platform to tap into the power of an already established community of women entrepreneurs. NAWBO-SA is about your company’s success in finding the right resources, connections, or even perspective to help take your business to the next level.
An investment in a NAWBO membership provides a portfolio of benefits that propel business growth and fuel personal and professional development. NAWBO is an unparalleled resource for women entrepreneurs seeking to navigate the various stages of business growth. Join us at our next event to learn more about NAWBO-SA, be it celebrating San Antonio’s Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards, mentoring a teen woman through Entrepreneurial Connections, becoming a Million Dollar Roundtable member, or participating in our Executive Partner Program to further support your fellow business owners. However you wish to participate and connect, our focus is on your future business success.
Interested in supporting women-owned
businesses in San Antonio?
NAWBO-SA invites corporations to form a strategic alliance with the only organization that represents exclusively the interests of San Antonio’s 53,000+ women entrepreneurs. By supporting NAWBO you have a unique opportunity to build a strong and fiercely loyal brand platform, support the growth and success of San Antonio’s network of women entrepreneurs, and become a part of a dynamic community of women dedicated to building a legacy of entrepreneurial excellence.
We offer numerous ways to connect with women businesses through partnerships and sponsorship opportunities including the Entrepreneurial Spirit Awards and Entrepreneurial Connections.
Platinum Corporate Partners
Silver Corporate Partners
Executive Member Partners
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
2015-2016 Member of the Year
NAWBO-SA Member since 2000
Shirley Crandall, President
Crandall & Associates
Shirley Crandall was first introduced to the insurance industry in high school when she worked part-time for The Travelers Insurance Company. She continued her employment with this insurance company throughout college, commuting from San Antonio to Southwest Texas State University (now Texas State University) in San Marcos.
Following graduation from Southwest Texas State with a BBA in Marketing, Shirley accepted a position in commercial sales for a telecommunications company. After 18 months she resigned to return to her roots in insurance and has remained in the insurance industry since then.
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NAWBO-SA Partner since 2004
H-E-B, founded by Florence Butt in 1905, a woman who believed in helping others and building relationships with the community, we understand the working relationships with women owned businesses and the impact they have on communities and cities around them. Because of our beliefs, H-E-B has a strong relationship with small business owners in each of our market areas. We understand the dedication and perseverance it takes to maintain and grow a small business in today’s economic challenges. With a long history of over 105 years building relationships with small business owners, we serve as the liaison by placing the right parties together within our organization and the business community to cultivate successful relationships.
Being a proud supporter and a long history partnership of NAWBO – SA, we strive to make their mission a reality. Whether it is scholarships, professional training, mentoring or providing networking opportunities, along with NAWBO-SA, H-E-B is able to create the bridge to assist women owned businesses grow and become successful entities in our community.