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In December 1990, Sandy Sutton, the U.S. Small Business Administration’s District Director, decided that it was time for Orange County’s women’s business community to join the ranks of NAWBO. Sandy reached out to 10 prominent business women and challenged them to find a core group of 30 to qualify as a NAWBO chapter. It took less than 2 months to find and unite women who were ready, willing and able to form a chapter.
by Rachel Owens A special thanks to the panelist for their candid advice: Richard Chacon, Director of Supplier Diversity and Development for MUFG Union Bank Michelle Chieks, Supply Chain Project Manager for SGE Lisa Castillo AT&T Supplier Diversity Manger David...read more
by Aneeta Kumar The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) today announced a series of workshops across California designed to help businesses apply for over $200 million in available California Competes Tax Credits (CCTC). The next CCTC...read more
February 17, 2017 marked the last day for proposed legislation to be introduced at the State level. Thanks to NAWBO- Sacramento member and lobbyist Lori Kammerer, NAWBO CA has identified eighty-seven potential bills to monitor that might be of interest to the...read more