Phoenix, AZ, June 26, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- The Phoenix Metro Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) recently installed its new Board of Directors for 2015-16.
Serving on the Board’s Executive Committee are:
President, Nancy Sanders of the Maricopa Small Business Development Center;
President Elect, Phaedra Earhart of Farmers Insurance;
Finance Director, Nancy Hetrick of Smarter Divorce Solutions;
Secretary, Paula Wittekind of CDQ Learning;
Past President, Dorothy Wolden of Creative Intuition;
Women’s Enterprise Foundation President Melanie Dunlap of Peaceful Spirit Enrichment Center (ex-officio); and
NAWBO Executive Director Suzanne Lanctot (ex-officio).
Other members serving on the NAWBO Board are:
Director of Communications, Sara Korn of WriteSmith;
Director of Marketing, Tracie Rollins of The Rollins Advantage;
Director of Media Relations, Laurie Anderson of Cactus Creative;
Director of Corporate Partners and Economic Development, Susan Ratliff of Susan Ratliff Presents, Inc.;
Director of Public Policy, Wendy Anderton of Kyle Moyer & Co.;
Director of Programs, Kristin Slice of Splash Printing and Marketing;
Director of NAWBO University, Jody Owen, business coach;
Director of Mentoring, Paula Wittekind of CDQ Learning;
Director of Membership, Isabel Bannerjee of GroYourBiz;
Ambassador Chair, Carmella Dodge of Diamond Visions, Inc.;
Community Alliance Chair, Polly Phelan of Visit Phoenix;
Neighborhood NAWBO Chair, Connie Zimmerlich of Click Chick Photography; and
Retention Chair, Victoria Trafton of The Sisterhood of Happiness.
“I am honored to serve as president this year and look forward to working with members to fulfill our mission this year and into the future,” says Nancy Sanders, NAWBO Phoenix President. For more about Sanders’ message, please visit the NAWBO blog at http://nawbophxblog.com/.
NAWBO is an organization that works to: strengthen the wealth-creating capacity of its members and promote economic development; create innovative and effective changes in the business culture; build strategic alliances, coalitions, and affiliations; and transform public policy and influence opinion makers. For more information about the Phoenix Metro Chapter, founded in 1985, visit www.nawbophx.org .