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Ready to become a member of the Marion Women’s Business Council?
To join, please click here to fill out our membership form.
After submitting your online form, you will receive an invitation to the Council. From here, your payment for the annual dues can be sent to:
Womens Business Council PO Box 19 Marion, Ohio 43301-0019
What our members are saying
Hear it first hand from our members on why you should be a member, too!
“I look forward to the speakers each month and the table conversation following is where I feel the connections with my fellow members.” – Melinda Johnson
“WBC gives me the opportunity to connect and work with amazing, talented women!” – Brenda Thompson
“Women Business Council has a growth environment where women can become more then they ordinarily would have become.” – Diane Glassmeyer
“Women’s Business Council has provided me with the opportunity to meet and network with professional women in the Marion community.” – Cheryl Bowers
“The Women’s Business Council is a great place to make new connections, find new resources and make new friends and the best part is learning from others who have the skills and talents I want to develop.” – Elaine Evans
“Women’s Business Council is a “truly remarkable group” of women who share their experiences and insights in an effort to come up with new ideas to promote women in business and provide them more opportunities to participate in the community.” – Terri Martin
“MWBC offers an informal group setting that fosters networking with other local businesses as well as the opportunity to form friendships and learn from others.” – Cindi Bentley
“Being a part of Women’s Business Council has taught me to strive for more in my professional and personal life while creating opportunities for me to encourage others.” – Kathie Seckel
“It’s the opportunity to associate with and learn from dynamic women who are doing something positive for their organizations and community.” – Karen Herr
“WBC is the place to share ideas, compare notes and learn from each other.” – Sherry Goodman