The following websites are business-oriented or women’s organizations that may be of interest for networking and professional development opportunities.
Diverse Director DataSource – Board diversity has been shown to improve corporate performance. The Diverse Director DataSource, also known as “3D," is designed to be a clearinghouse for potential corporate director candidates with a special emphasis on a more diverse range of backgrounds, perspectives, skills and experience.
Inter Organization Network (ION) – A national nonprofit organization, of which Executive Alliance is a member, that is dedicated to increasing the number of women on for-profit boards and in executive suites. Representing approximately 10,000 women, ION helps build awareness, opportunities and connections by creating a national voice for its 14 regional member organizations.
Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies’ Center for Transatlantic Relations website on boardroom diversity – A repository for information on international progress toward gender balance on the boards of directors of publicly-traded companies and in corporate leadership.
Womenetics – A business media platform providing substantive information for and about women. Recognized by Forbes for two consecutive years as one of the Top 100 Websites for Women, Womenetics celebrates women in the workplace and focuses on them as leaders, exploring how women’s abilities can be effectively employed to impact critical challenges in the economy, politics, health, social issues and education.
Catalyst – A national organization that tracks trends of women in business, Catalyst's mission is to expand opportunities for women and business. The organization is dedicated to creating more inclusive workplaces where employees representing every dimension of diversity can thrive.
Women Presidents Organization – A women business owners organization comprised of women presidents of multimillion-dollar companies. Members of the WPO take part in professionally-facilitated peer advisory groups in order to bring the 'genius out of the group' and accelerate the growth of their businesses.
National Association for Female Executives – The National Association for Female Executives is one of the country’s largest associations for women professionals and business owners. It provides resources – through education, networking, and public advocacy – to empower its members to achieve both career and personal success.
Maryland Chapter of National Organization of Women Business Owners – The National Association of Women Business Owners propels women entrepreneurs into economic, social, and political spheres of power worldwide by providing advocacy, resources and support for women business owners.
Committee of 200 – A national network that capitalizes on the experience of women executives and entrepreneurs
International Women’s Forum – The International Women’s Forum advances leadership across careers, cultures and continents by connecting the world’s most preeminent women of significant and diverse achievement. The IWF brings together global membership to exchange ideas, to learn and inspire and to promote better leadership for a changing world. Founded in 1982 in the United States, the International Women’s Forum has grown across 6 continents into 33 nations.
Women’s Forum, Inc. New York – The Women's Forum is a community where New York women business leaders come together to make a difference for each other and to take an active, leadership role in matters of importance to them.
Chicago Women’s Forum – A website founded in 1996 that brings to life an online community and support for women. Forums, social media, message boards, and blogs weave together the fibers that women survive on: community and support.
Women’s Funding Network – National organization made up of all of the women’s funds around the world.
Greater Baltimore Committee – An organization comprised of business leaders in the Greater Baltimore area.
eWomenNetwork – eWomenNetwork, Inc. is considered one of North America's leading premier women's business networks. The organization has a dynamic and diversified culture that celebrates the brilliance of women entrepreneurs, business owners and corporate professionals.
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