Since its founding in 1949, ABWA has made a commitment to American working women – helping thousands of women fulfill their career dreams and lead a better, more satisfying life.
ABWA recognized the positive economic impact working women could and have had, and the need for a support organization to help reach their educational and career goals.
Through seminars, self-development programs, community involvement, and leadership training, ABWA provides opportunities for businesswomen to express their interest, achievement in their goals, and receive well-earned recognition.
Today, ABWA’s national membership is over 80,000 strong and continues to grow. There are chapters in every state, with more than fifteen here in the North Texas area.
For more information about ABWA National please visit: ABWA.org
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ABWA has long been accepted as one of the leading business women’s associations in the United States and its far-reaching influence has touched the lives and careers of so many. It’s incredible to realize that it all began more than 50 years ago, when the term “business woman” was an oddity and an association dedicated to advancing women’s careers was simply unheard of.
ABWA National: ABWA.org
The Dallas Area Council of American Business Women’s Association (DACA) was created as an umbrella for all the Dallas area American Business Women’s Association local chapters and networks. There are several chapters in Dallas, Denton, Collin, and Rockwall counties with diverse membership of all ages, cultures, and ethnic backgrounds.
Dallas Area Council of ABWA: www.abwa-daca.org/
Houston Area Council of ABWA: http://www.abwahouston.org/