Women Business Owner Awards Celebration Committee
This committee plans coordinates, and produces the annual Women Business Owner Awards Celebration to publicly recognize and honor the valuable economic and leadership contributions made by women business owners in the San Antonio area. As the most coveted award for women business owners, The Women Business Owner Awards is the only award presented exclusively to women entrepreneurs by their peers. Be a part of this extraordinary event.
The Marketing and Communications Committee promotes public awareness of NAWBO-SA and the importance of women-owned businesses. This committee communicates all public information about the chapter’s activities and events to both chapter members and to the community. Through the chapter’s annual marketing plan that it creates, this committee is responsible for managing the chapter’s brand image and developing consistent media opportunities for both chapter activities and chapter members. The committee is also responsible for updating information on the NAWBO-SA website, coordinating all printed/online collateral and approving articles of interest for the News Brief as well as the online blog to ensure they consistently meet NAWBO’s standards.
DIRECTOR: Aquila Mendez-Valdez / Haute In Texas
Member Services Committee
The Membership Committee promotes the growth of diverse chapter Membership through recruitment, hospitality, orientation, and retention. We manage the chapter’s member and prospect databases and the retention process.
The Programs Committee develops meeting programs and speakers relevant to the chapter’s needs. The committee collects member feedback for the purpose of continuously improving program delivery. The committee plans and executes Monthly Meetings, Connections events, chapter socials and the Annual Membership Meeting.
Public Policy Committee
The Public Policy Committee educates chapter members on issues that impact their ability to do business at the local, state and federal levels. It helps members explore opportunities to do business with governments and large corporations and links them to resources for certifications. The Public Policy Committee is responsible for the public policy education of chapter members through the communication of NAWBO’s public policy positions and activities and the coordination of all legislative visits by chapter members. It also coordinates chapter relations with local and regional political and public policy leaders and encourages their participation in chapter meetings. This committee represents NAWBO-SA with elected and government officials on issues affecting women business owners.
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