To bring together business women of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.
It has always been the mission of ABWA to give women opportunities to grow personally as well as professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition. Making certain women continue to move forward, understand new technology, embrace new concepts, and improve their leader skills—these are the goals of ABWA. Goals that are far more feasible now with the addition of the Women’s Instructional Network (WIN). ABWA was the first Association to deliver such a comprehensive learning and communication platform to its members in 2009 and we continue to expand our reach through WIN in 2010.
Happy New Year to everyone! New Year’s resolutions are controversial to say the least...I received a multitude of reactions when I asked some VPEN Board Members & Chairs if anyone had New Year resolutions. There were lots of varied responses.
The Business Skills Tuition Reimbursement Program provides workingwomen an opportunity to participate in professional development workshops and/or seminars offered by an accredited, licensed, or state-approved institution in the United States.