Michelle Casper, a litigation partner focusing her services in the Ohio and Indiana regions, has been elected to the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) as Vice President of Programming for the Columbus Chapter.
The Programming Committee is responsible for steering attendance to a wide-variety of events (monthly meetings, workshops, luncheons, and educational sessions for business leaders in the Columbus market). The Columbus Chapter is the largest NAWBO Chapter in the nation and is comprised of leading business owners who collectively earn more than $1 billion in annual revenues and employ over 1,000 people. The organization aims to advance women entrepreneurs towards economic, social and political achievement.
The NAWBO Ohio Chapter installed its 2016-2017 Board of Directors at its monthly meeting on April 7, 2016. “I am proud to be working with this incredible group of women,” said Laura MacGregor Comek, Board President, and owner of Laura M. Comek Law, LLC. “We have a big year ahead, including serving as the host city for the Women’s Business Conference this September, and celebrating the 20th anniversary of NAWBO Columbus in 2017. It will be amazing.”
ABOUT NAWBO: NAWBO Columbus is Central Ohio’s premier organization for women business owners. With NAWBO Columbus business owners earning more than $1 billion in annual revenues and employing upwards of 1,000 people, this chapter has established itself as the go-to place for inspiration, resources, and opportunities for female entrepreneurs.