Especially for Women
National Federation of Republican Women: Founded in 1938 and one of the largest and most influential women's political organizations in the country, the Federation is a grassroots organization with 100,000 members and 1,825 local clubs nationwide. We strengthen the Republican Party by recruiting, training and electing candidates; advocating the Party’s philosophy and initiatives; and, empowering women of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds in the political process.
Independent Women's Forum: Welcom to the home of free-thinking women. Become an enterprising, self-reliant indivudual by reading their articles and studies. It's what the thought-police doesn't want you to see.
iVillage.com: The women's portal to the internet, this site records over 22 million unique hits per month. This is the Yahoo of women's websites.
Women Impacting Public Policy: An advocate group for women in business. This site is most useful for those with small businesses looking for influence in Washington. They also sponsor events and provide exclusive services for memebers in partnership with other organizations.
National Association for Female Executives: This is the largest women's professional organization. They provide education, network, and public policy advocacy for their members.
Enterprising Women: The magazine for women business owners, this publication provides the resources to stay afloat in today's marketplace.
Women In International Security: Interested in foreign affairs or national defense? This organization specializes in advancing the influence of women in these fields by coordinating events and bringing members together for special programs.
International Women's Forum: A network for women leaders across the world. This group provides support, contacts, and influence internationally for its members.
Women's Business Enterprise National Council: A leading advocate for women-owned businesses, this group seeks to eliminate marketplace barriers by offering business certification and specialized programming.
Association of Women's Business Centers: This organization's goal is to build a network of women business owners. Be a part of the wave!
National Association of Women Business Owners: Another group dedicated to advancing the cause of women business owners.
Women Presidents' Organization: A group of women executives who control businesses with at least $2 million in gross annual sales ($1 million for businesses in the service industry).
Business Women's Network: Offers resources and contacts for professional women.
Women in the Economy: This think tank deals with social and economic policy that impact women.
Women in Government: Exactly what it says: a group of women legislators and supporters. They advocate informed policymaking and leadership roles for women.
Women In Defense (WID): A National Security Organization, affiliated with NDIA, provides its members with opportunities for professional development and networking, cultivating the advancement of women leaders in government and industry professions."
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