AICCAz Networking Chamber Luncheon presents NWEAZ! Read all about it and register here for American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Arizona’s November 16, 2018 luncheon. ### Can Native Women Businesses…
We help reduce entrepreneurial adversity.
MISSION: To be a supportive social network advancing Native Women Business Owners through advocacy, leadership and data.
VISION: The goal is to have a better understanding with the information we provide, creating a new truth collectively on what it means to do business as Native Women-Owned Businesses.
Advancing Native Women Owned Businesses: Join us! Request NWEAZ membership by filling out our contact form in VENUE AND CONTACT section.
April 2019 | VOL. 1
This time of the year signals new plant growth. For NWEAZ, lots of exciting developments signal growth, so we’re excited to share the latest news with you. Join us for an insight to NWEAZs’ journey by reading our newsletter! NWEAZ Newsletter will have information about upcoming events and relevant tips on how to keep a healthy balance between personal and business life. Read NWEAZ Newsletter.
THANK YOU to all who completed our survey!
The survey to help us paint the landscape of what Native Women entrepreneur in Arizona looks like is now closed.
NWEAZ truly values information you have provided, which spotlights areas where we need to focus more attention on as we foster support of Native American women business owners in Arizona.
NWEAZ PRESS RELEASE:
February 26, 2019
NWEAZ Selected to Attend the Inaugural Titan Generator at Google Austin in Austin, Texas
On March 9, 2019, NWEAZ Group Organizing Committee members Cherylee Francis and Bleu Adams will travel to Austin, TX to learn more about combining social movements and engage with fellow entrepreneurs, funders, and influencers in an effort to advocate for Native women entrepreneurs. Read full NWEAZ PR.
SAVE THE DATE!
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Register for NWEAZ Work Session at Hopi Meonkopi Legacy Inn!
DATE: November 1, 2019
8:00 AM – 2:00 PM (MST)
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM (MDT)
VENUE: Meonkopi Legacy Inn
1 Legacy Ln
Moenkopi, Arizona 86045
Meonkopi Legacy Inn is the gateway to the Hopi Villages and in the neighboring Navajo community of Tuba City.
Native Women business owners; you MATTER!
We are inviting Native American women business owners in Arizona to join us at our next Work Session.
It Starts With Us, United2019 Marks Our Second Anniversary! Planning For
August 23, 2019
We Celebrated our First Anniversary on August 30, 2018
Advancing Native Women Owned Businesses
NWEAZ is established for Native American Women Business Owners who must have registered & incorporated their company 3+ years in the state of Arizona. Native Women Entrepreneurs of Arizona Members:
Salt V. Mo
Native Grill Navajo Soul Food
Fourth World Design Group
Mud Head Soap & Skin Care Co.
JM Stago Consulting
Dzil Libei Community
Glenda Bags LLC
Turquoise Trail Transport, LLC
Adventurous Antelope Canyon Tours
Yellowman Maho Assoc.
Dixie Ellis Lower Antelope
You ladies are amazing! We were so glad to have your presence. Let’s do this again except sooner than a year!
Don't miss this unique opportunity!
Join the discussion of our effort and impacts within the Arizona and Tribal economies as a whole.
JOIN US! REQUEST NWEAZ MEMBERSHIP
If you’re a Native American woman owned business in Arizona, we invite you to become a member of NWEAZ. Work Sessions are held every 2 months to plan, network, or share entrepreneurial path experiences. By developing relationships among NWEAZ members, we can problem solve together and mutually support one another.
To request NWEAZ Membership: Fill out form and please state reason you want to join NWEAZ in the comment section, so we can better serve you.
Native Women Entrepreneurs of ArizonaAdvancing Native Women Owned Businesses
Cherylee FrancisFounder, Native Women Entrepreneurs of Arizona