Marion Women’s Business Council supports, develops and honors working women in the Marion community. Inspiring them to reach their full potential through education and providing beneficial information through networking. Join today.
ABOUT WOMEN'S BUSINESS COUNCIL
Marion, Ohio is a community of dynamic women leaders in business. In 1994, a group of women with a sense of need for change formed the Women's Business Council to foster and promote self-employed entrepreneurial women and women working in the corporate environment. The purpose was clear from the beginning. Women need to share their experiences and network their talents.
Today, the Women's Business Council (WBC) is growing beyond the earliest expectations. With over 80 members in a community of 37,000, Marion is benefiting from the collective voices of women who share their successes, challenges and needs with each other. The results are impressive. Women arestarting many new businesses, and receive mentoring and encouragement from their peers.
Each year we address topics of interest to women in business, many times drawing on the members to share their expertise in common areas of interest.
The WBC is involved in our community as no one ever dreamed. Come learn about our organization and visit one of our monthly meetings. We are women on the move!
|WBC 2014 ATHENA Luncheon will be March 10, 2014 with speaker Elizabeth Hagen.
visit the ATHENA page for a nomination form.
She will also present a same day workshop from 6-8 p.m. "There's A Confidence App For That"
WBC 2013 ATHENA recipient with all the nominees
Right to left: Quiana Revere, Tracey Rector, WinnieBrewer, Angie Carbetta, Jean Obenour, Phyllis Butterworth, Carrie Hutchman
WBC 2013 ATHENA sponsor Modern Woodmen doubles Marion Women's Business Council Silent Auction Total.
Lori Seckel of Modern Woodmen presents Angie Carbetta with a check for Keep Ohio Beautiful for Marion. Angie Carbetta, as the 2013 ATHENA recipient chose Keep Ohio Beautiful for Marion, Ohio as her non-profit recipient of the ATHENA Luncheon silent auction proceeds. The $1,600 raised was matched by Marion's Modern Woodman of America to bring the total to $3,200.
WBC Summer Bus Trip to the Wooster area.
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