SOURCE: National Association of Women Business Owners - Orange County (NAWBO-OC)
ANAHEIM, CA--(Marketwired - April 25, 2013) -
The National Association of Women Business Owners-Orange County (NAWBO-OC), the premier organization for Orange County women business owners, will host guest speakers California State Senator Mimi Walters and NAWBO National President Diane Tomb at the organization's May 7th dinner meeting. The meeting will take place at The Pacific Club in Irvine, CA at 6:30PM, with a networking reception beginning at 5:30PM. The event is open to members and non-members.
"We are pleased to focus the NAWBO-OC May dinner meeting on 'Stepping It Up with Public Policy,'" states NAWBO-OC president Loreen Gilbert. "Our Orange County women business owners are looking forward to hearing from Walters and Tomb, two respected public policy leaders. Public policy impacts businesses and as such, this meeting is an opportunity for local women business owners to have their voices heard at the state and national level."
State Senator Mimi Walters represents California's 37th state senate district which is comprised of 11 Orange County cities, including Irvine, Newport Beach, Orange and Anaheim, among others. She is a founder of the California Women's Leadership Association (CWLA) and has served on the Boards of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), the Laguna Niguel Republican Women Federated, the American Cancer Society, and the South Coast Medical Center Foundation. She is known as a champion for lower taxes, less intrusive government, fiscal responsibility and property rights.
As president of The National Association of Women Business Owners, Diane Tomb is responsible for advocating on behalf of women business owners at the federal and state level. She is also responsible for developing programs that navigate women entrepreneurs through various stages of business growth. Diane is committed to giving women and small business owners a stronger voice in public policy decisions, including issues related to access to capital, increased federal procurement opportunities, affordable healthcare and fair and equitable tax treatment.
Seats for this event are limited, so register now at http://www.nawbo-oc.org/2012/08/may-dinner-meeting/ or call 714.630.2983.
Founded in 1991, the National Association of Women Business Owners-Orange County (NAWBO-OC) is dedicated to providing business and professional development, informational resources, educational programs and workshops, networking and strategic relationships for nearly 300 members. NAWBO-OC is committed to empowering, encouraging and developing women-owned businesses by positioning its members for profits, power and the passionate pursuit of excellence. Visit www.nawbo-oc.org. for more information about NAWBO-OC.