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.

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Can Native Women Businesses Save the World?

We invite you to read Jolon Indian Media’s blog on how times are changing, and so are women. The blog features NWEAZ’S participation with Global WOMEN’s TRADE Summit-2018, held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

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OTHER EVENTS NWEAZ REPRESENTED AT

September 6 – 8, 2018 – NWEAZ at Mongolia for Global Women’s Trade Summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

“It is an honor and a tremendous responsibility for our group to be U.S. representatives at the summit. As keynote speaker, I see this as an opportunity to convey my small business experience, express our tribal values, and to share the stories of our native women entrepreneurs. This is also an opportunity to promote Native American women and the importance of how indigenous trade and commerce has always been apart of our communities. The value of this event is for our entrepreneurial business women to join with the Mongolian women and to explore new partnerships strengthening the invaluable experience of cultural exchange on an international level”, said Cherylee Francis.

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May 6 -19, 2018 – Changing Faces Women’s Leadership Seminar in Hawaii

Out of 100 applicants, 16 women entrepreneurs were chosen, from around the world, to participate in the 2018 Changing Faces Women’s Leadership Seminar in Hawaii. Only 2 participants were accepted from the United States. Cherylee Francis owner of CFproductions LLC and founder of NWEAZ was chosen, representing the Navajo Nation and the State of Arizona. Her presentation on the Native Women Entrepreneurs of Arizona group is now being shared locally & nationally, but has opened doors for International exposure.

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April 13-14, 2018 – NATIVE WOMEN’S BUSINESS SUMMIT

Empowering Native Women to achieve their full potential in business. The inaugural Native Women’s Business Summit was held at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico.