We need you!
The best way to get the biggest benefit from NAWBO is to get involved. Committees with volunteer members are responsible for the vision, direction, and ongoing value of the organization.
Joining a committee doesn’t have to be a big commitment. We welcome all levels of participation and there are opportunities for every interest and skill set. The one thing they all have in common is that it is the fastest and most effective way to get to know the other members of NAWBO.


Communications Committee

The communications committee promotes the visibility of NAWBO Columbus to the public in multiple formats. They create, distribute, maintain ongoing communications, and provide all aspects of general marketing for all events and organization resources. The Communications Committee is currently looking for members who like to spread the word!


Corporate Partners Committee

This committee is charged with the retention and engagement of new and existing corporate partners for NAWBO Columbus. Committee members serve as ambassadors to ensure corporate partners are receiving the full benefits of the partnership.


Membership Committee

The Membership committee heads up creative efforts to grow membership, enrich member experience, and reach current members to keep them involved in ways that offer value.  They are looking for several volunteers who can spend a little time sharing the benefits of NAWBO with potential members through phone calls or targeted events; This is a highly flexible job, but an excellent way to ramp up your NAWBO networking.


Programming Committee

The Programming committee plans and assists with NAWBO Columbus chapter events. These events include monthly meetings, workshops, networking opportunities, and the Visionary Awards.


Public Policy Committee

Want to make a difference? Join us in our mission to make our State Legislators aware of the POWER OF NAWBO! Be prepared to meet monthly and work hard to provide our members with the tools they need to influence their Representatives to support issues that affect Women-Owned Businesses.



Roundtables consist of a group of women from non-competing industries that meet on a regular basis. The small group setting provides a space to learn, share ideas, and support one another as we navigate the challenges of running a business.

For more information on committees, reach out to the current committee VP or email info@nawbocolumbusohio.com.