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WOMEN’S BUSINESS ENTERPRISE COUNCIL SOUTH

SERVING ALABAMA, LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, TENNESSEE & THE FLORIDA PANHANDLE

Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) South is a regional partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the largest certifier of women-owned businesses (WBEs) in the U.S. and a leading advocate for women business owners and entrepreneurs. We accomplish this through focusing on our CORE platform:

CERTIFICATION

OPPORTUNITIES

RESOURCES

ENGAGEMENT

CHAMPIONS CIRCLE

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2019 WBEC SOUTH STAR

SHARON REYNOLDS
PRESIDENT + CEO
DEV MAR PRODUCTS | BRYLA J. COUTURE

Sharon Reynold is a dedicated member of WBEC South and active in WBENC. She has been active on the Women’s Enterprise Forum nationally and acts as a regional Forum Leader for TN. In both capacities, she demonstrates a commitment to lifting other WBEs through networking and introductions to her extensive corporate network. In addition to her considerable contributions of time and financial resources as a member of the WBEC South Board of Directors, Sharon is also active in the Nashville community as a business leader and philanthropist. She recently received the 100 Black Men/Women President’s Organization Women of Color Achievement Award and was honored with the Power Moves Award as Best Entrepreneur of the Year in 2018. [Read More]

EVENTS CALENDAR

Thu 30

POWER LUNCHEON – TENNESSEE

May 30th
Nashville TN
Jun 25

WBENC NATIONAL CONFERENCE & BUSINESS FAIR

June 25th - June 27th
Baltimore MD
Jul 31
Sep 25

WE SUMMIT & AWARDS GALA

September 25th - September 26th
New Orleans LA

MEDIA MENTIONS

Announcing WBEC South’s New Director of Marketing

Press Release| By WBEC South | June 1, 2018

Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) South is proud to announce and welcome Tara Allegra Adams as the organization’s Director of Marketing and Social Innovation.  Ms. Adams will be responsible for the day-to-day marketing efforts for WBEC South, in addition to, developing and deploying innovative initiatives and programming to support the continued advancement of women owned and operated businesses in Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and the Florida Panhandle.
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Women-Owned Businesses Get Energized By Business Opportunities at Birmingham Conference

Alabama News Center | By Michael Tomberlin | 

Female-owned business learned what it takes to do business with energy companies like Alabama Power at the Women’s Business Enterprise Council South’s Second Annual Power Industry Summit in Birmingham.
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