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Our Impact

Calling all women entrepreneurs! Are you tired of navigating the business world alone?

At WBOA, we believe that success is best achieved together. As the longest-running organization for women in Massachusetts, our mission is to elevate the impact of women in business by providing support and guidance exclusively for female entrepreneurs like yourself.

Imagine having a network of fellow business owners who are there to share knowledge, resources, wisdom, and inspiration with you. With WBOA's focus on education and continuous learning opportunities, you can stay ahead of the game with new technology and systems while growing personally and professionally.

Join WBOA today and become part of a collaborative community that will help you achieve your goals as a woman in business. Don't grow your business alone - let us support you every step of the way. Click here to join now!


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I am all signed up for the next year! Really looking forward to working with all you wonderful ladies in 2024! My business is growing year by year. I really enjoyed the educational seminars and meeting out at local businesses. My goal for this year is to increase my online presence and become a local vendor in more brick and mortar gift shops and stores. Visit her website: Occasionally Designed


Each Moment We're AlivE

Collaborating with the Women Business Organization Alliance has been one of the best decisions I have made for my business. When I formed the non profit Each Moment We’re Alive, I felt the need to seek out support from like-minded individuals who understand the unique challenges that women face when starting and growing a business. The WBOA has provided me with a community of women who have not only offered me invaluable advice and guidance, but have also become friends.

What I love about the WBOA is that they truly believe in collaboration over competition. The organization encourages members to work together and support one another, rather than view each other as competitors. This mentality has not only helped me to grow my business, but has also allowed me to build meaningful relationships with other women in business.

Through the WBOA, I have had access to a wide range of resources and tools that have helped me to take my business to the next level. From workshops and networking events to mentorship programs and funding opportunities, the WBOA has provided me with everything I need to succeed.

If you're a female entrepreneur looking to grow your business, I cannot recommend the Women Business Organization Alliance enough. Joining this community has been one of the best decisions I have made for my business and my personal growth.

The resources! The trainings! The experts! The supportive women who get it because they’re in it too! Kind hearted/not cut throat women looking out for one another. Supportive environment! Love it all.

Jennifer Roberge

Zesta Style, Girlfriend in your Closet

WBOA members get it. They understand the ups and downs of owning your own business the way friends and family just don't. Members encourage and give great advice to grow your business. I have many lovely friends from this amazing group of women.

I started my first business, a for sale by owner real estate marketing service in 2001. I joined WBOA to connect with other women owned businesses. It was the best business (and personal) decision I made.

Barbara Paulo

Shear Xtreme Salon

As a member, I’m in awe of the bond of incredible women. Together, we grow, unite, support and share our stories to inspire all. We take the opportunity to know each others expertise, businesses and share our knowledge, network in order to help others. Trainings, conversations, events and the goal of WBOA is an opportunity to grow in many ways. The power we hold is great.

Back in the late 1990s, I joined WBOA, got active in the membership committee, and eventually became president of the organization! It was a true learning experience for me, along with making many long-time friends. At the same time, I opened my own virtual assistant business. The president before me decided to move out of state, and much to my surprise, gave me many of her clients, as she was in the same business. I kept most of those clients until I retired in recent years - although I do have one of those left to keep me a little busy. Joining WBOA was probably the #1 best business decision I made between 1995 and now as I fully retire. The business support was extremely helpful as I started out; while the activities within WBOA gave me even more experience beyond just being a small business owner. Thanks to all who came before me and after ... the phrase "Don't Grow It Alone" is so apt!

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