American Business Women’s Association
The mission of the National American Business Women’s Association is to bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and recognition. Today, the National ABWA spans the nation as the world’s most diverse professional organization for women.
Houston Area Council of ABWA
The Houston Area Council of the ABWA was chartered on August 27, 1987 and consisted of 9 chapters. Leaders of these chapters saw a need for all chapters of ABWA to communicate with each other to better utilize the vast experience of the membership. Presently, HAC has 19 member organizations. HAC is one of 66 councils registered in the United States with the National ABWA. Meetings are held quarterly during evening hours on the 4th Thursday in the months of January, April, July and October.
Federation of Houston Professional Women
The Federation of Houston Professional Women (FHPW) is an alliance of women’s professional organizations, chartered by the state of Texas as a non-profit, non-partisan, business league. Each member organization, although diverse in style and structure, has professional or businesswomen members focusing on education, networking, specific careers or community service.
Humble Artesian Chapter
The Humble Artesian Chapter of the ABWA is one of the largest chapters in the Houston area. Their members are leading professional women from the Houston / Humble / Kingwood area with many years of experience in their respective fields.