Upcoming Events

WBe Conference

April 10

8:30 am - 1:00 pm

Member Price: $50
Nonmember Price: $60

Dallas College Garland Center
675 W. Walnut St. Garland, TX 75040

Women’s Business E-nitiative Conference: A Remarkable Gathering of Professional Women! This event unites a diverse group of women, providing a platform for professional development and growth. Women leaders can delve into a world of knowledge and inspiration with informational breakout sessions that are meticulously designed to empower and engage women in the business world. In addition, attendees can indulge in some retail therapy with on-site vendors. This gathering celebrates and supports women in business while expanding their network and knowledge.

We must charge the full registration amount for reservations not canceled two (2) business days prior to the event. See our fee policy for additional details.


Ladies…don’t forget your bras!

The WBe is proud to partner with The Salvation Army to support Free the Girls, an international non-profit organization devoted to helping survivors of sex trafficking answer the question of “What next?”

Every WBe event is an opportunity for you to donate new and gently used bras, sports bras, camisoles, bralettes and maternity/nursing bras to the cause.

Free the Girls’ Bra-Selling Initiative began from a recognition that trafficking survivors need a dignified way to make money while transitioning from exploitation to the rest of their lives. The second-hand clothing market in the developing world is a thriving sector, and though it’s not a perfect system, it does prevent clothing in the landfill and, most importantly, gives a woman the opportunity to run her own business.

A t-shirt will be given to all those who donate.

Featured Member

Frost Bank

Frost provides a full range of banking, investments and insurance services to businesses and individuals in the Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Permian Basin, Rio Grande Valley and San Antonio regions. Founded in 1868, Frost has helped Texans with their financial needs during three centuries.