As the voice of women business owners (WBO) in San Diego County, NAWBO San Diego is committed to keeping its members informed about relevant local, state, and national issues.
The issues we follow and support impact women owned businesses’ ability to expand, increase income, hire employees, obtain financing, pursue small business/minority owned business government contracting opportunities, healthcare, business impacting legislation, regulations and taxes.
We are non-partisan, only supporting sound business-related issues and legislation that benefits all small business owners and their families.
As a non-partisan national organization, NAWBO has focused on public policy issues of national and statewide interest impacting women entrepreneurs and small businesses since 1975. READ MORE
In April of each year, a contingent of NAWBO San Diego board members and general members gather in Sacramento to participate in PROPEL Your Business. The conference is hosted by NAWBO California. Attendees from each of California’s ten NAWBO chapters participate.
Please join us. PROPEL is your opportunity to have meet-and-greets with our San Diego County elected officials, be inspired by state government guest speakers and successful women entrepreneurs who share lessons learned from building their businesses. Read more here.
NAWBO San Diego, consistent with NAWBO National, is non-partisan and does not represent or support any political party.
No matter what stage your business is in, NAWBO San Diego shares resources to support your growth. Here are curated links to organizations and websites that will help you grow your business.
Let us know if you need a resource, or have a resource to recommend!
Small Business Development Center
San Diego Small Business Development Center
California Small Business Association
Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) Federal Program
Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
National Women Business Owners’ Corporation
NAWBO California Public Policy/Advocacy Toolkit
NAWBO San Diego Advocacy Director