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Dedicated to providing service to each member’s business through networking, referrals, and promotion; and to providing professional development to the individual member through education, information, sharing and support.

March Luncheon is March 13th – 11:30am – 1:00 pm

Location: Bonefish Grill

Karen began her interest in cycling when she was working at Bosch as a computer programmer and started commuting to work on her bike in 2010. About 9 miles each way and she fell in love with getting to my destination on her bike, whenever possible. I became involved with Bike Michiana Coalition, which is a cycling advocacy non-profit in the area and I also organize Bike to Work Week, which will be May 13-19, 2018. Karen currently owns Bendix Coffee , a coffee roasting business and delivers roasted coffee when she can, on my her bicycle too.

My topic will be safe cycling, 3 foot law, limebikes and the history of women in cycling.

Charrise McCrorey

April Luncheon is April 10th – 11:30am – 1:00 pm

Location: Bonefish Grill

Charrise McCrorey, founder, and CEO of Be Wildly Happy guides women to lead wildly happy lives at home and at work. She’s a certified business and life coach and has been in private practice since 2006. She’s a public speaker, a writer, and a business leader.
In this workshop, she’ll share her secrets for creating a life that she loves, by aligning with and enrolling a team of trusted advisors. She’ll help you see new ways to ask for guidance, shattering the myth that women must do everything themselves. You will learn how to integrate life-changing requests into your busy life. You will see new ways to discern what areas of your life in which you need trusted advisors and how to choose the right people for these roles.
Your life and business will improve if you integrate this practice.

WBOM has selected sister organizations to support through out the year. We are so honored to be a help to these organizations.

St Margaret’s House:​

St. Margaret’s House improves the lives of women and children by providing individual attention to their immediate needs, breaking the bonds of isolation and helping them acquire skills to better their lives. We believe that each woman is talented and gifted and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.

 

YWCA:

YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities.

 

 

Women Business Owners of Michiana is:​

A non-profit organization providing a business environment for the meeting of all women in business.
Dedicated to encouraging entrepreneurism, business ownership and management by women.
A voice for women who own or operate businesses.

Women Business Owners of Michiana strives to:

Foster education, technical assistance, and learning opportunities oriented toward the needs of women business owners and professionals.
Increase the general visibility of women business owners and leaders.
Encourage referrals of potential customers to women-owned businesses and WBOM members’ businesses/organizations in the community.
Support organizations that serve under-resourced women in our community.