Founded in 2007, The Women's Networking Alliance was created to enable a networking of women business owners that can truly and genuinely help one another. Formed in small groups of no more than 30 businesswomen, each chapter is designed to ensure strong partnerships in an intimate setting. What makes WNA successful? First, the individual person and how they present their business, support their fellow members and participate is critical. Members must attend the meetings, should provide the right marketing tools and education so the other members understand how to speak to their products, programs or services and lastly, should look for opportunities for each other. Second, a desire to share ideas in all facets of our business, a willingness to speak to wins/losses's and the courage to speak up when you are struggling will allow the entire group to easily grow together personally and professionally. Lastly, having an extreme level of honesty, integrity and trust is absolutely required. We are sharing a lot of personal information amongst the group and we must feel we can trust that our "sharing" is kept confidential and not shared with anyone, especially in the form of gossip.