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Organization aims to become more diverse

Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) is seeking more African American women to join their nationwide network. Free to join, NAPW is the nation’s largest organization of its kind with thousands of professional and entrepreneurial women as members.

Members already consist of a diverse array of cultures including many Asians, Hispanics, Native Americans, and African Americans, but the organization seeks to become even more diverse.

Benefits include:

* Connecting with over 150,000 professional women interested in networking.
* Exclusive discounts from hundreds of major retailers.
* Designated local chapters.
* Access to valuable nformation with exclusive video broadcasts.
* Access to watch their live NAPW in the studio series.
* Ability to enhance your resume and career development with their partner Career Builder.
* Joining the Mentor/Mentee Program.

To be considered for inclusion, all are encouraged to sign up FREE at www.BusinessWomen.org

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