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"This was the best 1st Friday event that I have ever attended! Thanks to everyone for being there and once again we have proven that when women work together, we are an unstoppable force." Debbie Ferguson, "A Round To It" 

Upcoming Events

NAWBO Delaware Holiday Celebration: Join us for Festive Networking!
December 11th, 2018
NAWBO Delaware Holiday Celebration: Join us for Festive Networking!

January First Friday
January 4th, 2019
Join NAWBO Delaware the 1st Friday of every month for a little "breakfast and (more...)

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History and Mission


In April 2000, a group of local women business owners began the process of forming the Delaware Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), an organization focused on propelling women entrepreneurs into economic, social and political spheres of power. By June 1, 2000, the six founding members succeeded and the chapter was established with 20 members and a volunteer board of directors and committees.

In its nine year history, the Delaware Chapter has grown its membership to include a diverse mix of women entrepreneurs, corporate partners and supporting members from Delaware and Southeastern Pennsylvania.  NAWBO Delaware membership spans a host of industries and represents start-up and established firms - large, mid-size and small.


The NAWBO Delaware Chapter is a dynamic organization with a growing diverse membership focused on empowering women business owners.


Through excellence in vision, leadership, and continuous outreach to the diverse community of women entrepreneurs, we help women business owners reach the next level through:

  • ACCESS to local and national business opportunities.
  • EDUCATION through programs, mentoring and leadership opportunities.
  • INFLUENCE on political, social and economic policies through advocacy both locally and nationally