Chambers

Recognizing the importance of women entrepreneurs, women business leaders, and the impact women are making on the global economy, chambers around the country are increasingly building programs that facilitate the advancement of woemn in business. The Center for Women in Business supports the initiatives of these chambers an dofferes meaningful support to further advance these efforts.

How CWB can help build and enhance local chamber women’s initiatives:

Mentoring Events
Mentoring events give participants complimentary career advice and personalized feedback from people in various industries. While these events are targeted to mentees, mentors also find them beneficial, rewarding, and fun.

Networking
Networking events, usually scheduled in a relaxed atmosphere, provide participants with opportunities to meet and consult with other professionals.

Advancing Women to the Top Research Presentation
CWB’s 2013 report examines the best practices of Fortune 1000 companies that are successful in promoting and developing women at the board, C-suite, and management levels. The report outlines specific steps that all organizations, large or small, can take to better incorporate and advance women.

Panel Discussions and Keynote Speakers
CWB maintains an extensive network of female and male speakers throughout the country that can be used to enhance a chamber’s event. We can work with you to find dynamic, interesting speakers and a thought-provoking program.

Resources for Building a Women’s Program
CWB serves as a repository of information about women’s programs at chambers across the country. We can put you in touch with potential partners to help you start or build your women’s program.

 

Interested in doing an event with CWB?

Contact Sara Scheller at 202-463-5398 or sscheller@uschamber.com