NAWBO

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Creating wealth, producing leaders and influencing the global community.

Why Join Us?

Whether an employee, entrepreneur, or the CEO of a multimillion-dollar firm, women’s inequality issues in the workforce and as business owners, perpetuate as obstacles to success in our current society. NAWBO Sacramento’s desire is to address the relevant topics, increase awareness, and improve the business atmosphere for women through seminars and education, lobbying politicians, and fellowship with like-minded local business owners.

Join your voice with over 12 million women business owners.

Opportunity to give back and pave the way for future business owners.

Access to “member only” benefits for you, employees and family members.

Members say 50% or more of their revenue comes from NAWBO members.

NAWBO is a 100% investment in you – best business decision you can make in
yourself.

About NAWBO Sacramento

NAWBO Sacramento is the local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners in the Sacramento Valley, chartered in 1987.

Our chapter provides members with a variety of educational, social, economic and political programs that support women in building successful ventures and making effective changes in business culture. Our goal is to provide you with access to Mentors, Advisors and Advocates to help grow your business and your community relationships.

About NAWBO Sacramento

Sacramento

NAWBO Sacramento is the local chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners in the Sacramento Valley, chartered in 1987.

Our chapter provides members with a variety of educational, social, economic and political programs that support women in building successful ventures and making effective changes in business culture. Our goal is to provide you with access to Mentors, Advisors and Advocates to help grow your business and your community relationships.

Member Spotlight

Get to know our newest NAWBO Sacramento Chapter members

Tara

Taylor

Single Mom Strong

Not for Profit

As a coach, speaker and the Founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit organization Single Mom Strong, Tara Taylor demonstrates her passion for empowering and motivating women daily.

After beginning her career in property management, Tara opened her own property management company at the age of twenty-nine, as a single mother with a young daughter and a mortgage. Concurrently, she became co-owner of a security company, and eventually went on to operate one of the largest security dealerships in the nation for several years.

Inspired by her experience raising her daughter and her career success, and motivated by her conviction that anything can be accomplished with effort and determination, Tara switched gears and found her purpose in creating and building Single Mom Strong, a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower and create community for single mothers and their children, through enrichment, encouragement and educational programs. In less than seven years, she has led Single Mom Strong to become a community of over 1,000 local single mothers, while also incorporating quality, affordable preschool and childcare in multiple locations and free Career Advancement programming. Meanwhile, Tara continues to grow as a leader: completing Sacramento Metro Chamber’s Leadership Sacramento program in 2019 and being recognized as a “Woman Who Means Business” by the Sacramento Business Journal in 2020.

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NAWBO members’ businesses employ more employees than the average women-owned business.

Average number of years that NAWBO members have owned their business.

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NAWBO members in the professional, scientific and technical services sector.

25% of members make more than $1 million in annual sales and 34% make more than $500K.

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NAWBO members access capital through credit cards; 37% utilize private and family.

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NAWBO members hold post-graduate degrees.

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NAWBO Members are over the age of 45; 25% are in the 35-44 age group.