The Northwest Women’s Network is a freestanding organization established almost 27 years ago to enhance the efforts of women in business. Over the years it has been a source of both professional and personal support for a diverse group of entrepreneurs and enterprises. The objective of the Northwest Women’s Network is to establish an effective referral system through the exchange of leads and networking information; to encourage referrals to local community businesses; and to promote high standards of business professionalism and integrity. We also foster deep and lasting friendships, both in and out of the business arena. Any woman engaged in a business or profession may apply for membership in the Northwest Women’s Network. Our group is category exclusive, so only one representative for each business type is admitted for membership. Weekly meetings are held each Wednesday morning at 8:00 a. m. at Haymaker, 8706 W. Thunderebird Rd, Peoria, Arizona 85381. For additional information or to let us know to expect you as a visitor, please call Jody Serey at 623-561-0240, or email jody@sereyjones.com. The Northwest Women’s Network supports its members’ businesses and services with enthusiasm. Every attempt is made to screen applicants for membership, to give the best assurance possible of the quality of products and services and level of expertise they offer. However, as a group we cannot absolutely guarantee the work or professional services of an individual member, and membership within the group cannot be construed as absolute protection against or indemnification from loss or disappointment. We encourage everyone to take reasonable and appropriate precautions when purchasing goods and services from any individual or organization.

What We Aren’t

We aren’t affiliated with a franchise or a national organization. Nobody owns us or dictates what we will do and how we will do it. We are free-standing, and continue to exist because the individual members are strongly tied to each other, both professionally and personally.

We aren’t a hard hitting leads group, although providing leads is a fundamental service that we provide to each other. We aren’t full of rules, regulations, slogans, and pressure. We aren’t judgmental, unwelcoming, and elitist.

We aren’t the new kids in town. We have been meeting for more than 26 years in the West Valley.

We welcome any woman in business, or representing a business, who is not in competition with an existing member’s category. Please feel free to visit us on Wednesday mornings at 7:30 at the Black Bear Diner, 61st Avenue and Bell Road.

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