Novi Oaks Charter Chapter
The Novi Oaks Charter Chapter is a non-profit business league in The American Business Women's Association, which was founded on September 22, 1949.
The Novi Oaks Charter Chapter was founded on January 29, 1990 by Bettie Archer Johnson (1923-2017), a 50-year member and a dedicated advocate for all women.
ABWA is a premier women's organization that provides business-relevant speakers, seminars, and hands-on leadership opportunities. Members gain skills in face-to-face communication, collaboration, and relationship-building, which are particularly important skills for younger workers. Although it is not guaranteed, many members make connections that lead to future business.
Regular meetings on the second Wednesday of the month begin at 6:00 p.m. with networking. Meetings feature a speaker and a short chapter meeting. Pre-registration is required - $10 does not include dinner, but dinner may be purchased at the cafe' next to the meeting room (average $10.60 including tax and beverage). Visit our Events page for details.
When: 2nd Wednesday of each month
Where: Novi Public Library - East Room (to the right inside the front door)
45255 Ten Mile Road, Novi, MI 48375 (west of Novi Road)
Time: 6:00 p.m. Networking / 6:30 p.m. Introductions & Presentation
Cost: Pre-paid registration is required - $10 / Optional dinner may be purchased
See fliers for details on the events page
ABWA National Dues: $115 - Click the "Join ABWA" button at the upper right
Chapter Annual Dues: $ 24 (prorated at $2 per month from August 1 through July 31). Click the "Member Access" page to pay the local dues.
Changing Women's Lives . . . . One Woman at a Time. TM
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 national recognition.
Novi Oaks Charter Chapter educates and empowers women by supporting them to achieve their personal best.
Dedicated to our chapter founder, Bettie Archer Johnson (pictured to the left , bottom center).