Our Corporate Partners recognize the contributions women business owners are making to economic, social, and political arenas and want to further promote and encourage the development of women-owned businesses.

Corporate Partnerships provide opportunities for companies to build strategic relationships and market their products and services to the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. economy – women business owners.

Our Corporate Partner Package includes:

  • Access to members and other Corporate Partners
  • Attendance at NAWBO events at the member rate for employees of corporate partner.
  • Participate in our Member Seminars & Other Special Events
  • Company and up to two (2) representatives listed in the NAWBO Directory.
  • Annual Corporate Partner Recognition Dinner Meeting.
  • Participate in NAWBO networking outside events (example: Chamber of Commerce functions) and have your marketing materials on display at our trade show booth.
  • A special name badge for recognition at dinner meetings


Cost: $1750

For more information, contact our Corporate Partner Chair Ginger Peterson at ginger@pcfinternational.com

Bank of America has a longstanding commitment to supporting women through internal programs that support its efforts to be a best place to work and partnerships to advance women’s economic empowerment. The company has developed initiatives that focus on mentoring as a tool for skills building, such as its work with Vital Voices on the Global Ambassadors Program, which pairs senior executives—including Bank of America leaders—with women engaged in business or social enterprises, to its partnership with the Cherie Blair Foundation, which connects women entrepreneurs to online mentoring. In addition, in response to the need for women to access low-cost capital in order to grow their businesses, the company launched Elizabeth Street Capital in partnership with the Tory Burch Foundation to support emerging women entrepreneurs in the U.S.

The resources of Bank of America help business owners succeed by offering convenient interactions and comprehensive banking, credit and cash management solutions. In 2013, Bank of America announced that it extended $10.7 billion in new loans to small businesses—a 24-percent increase over 2012.