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Networking Groups For Women

Ladies of Indianapolis, are you interested in networking and professional groups devoted to women? Check out our listing below and learn more about these fantastic groups!

Network of Women In Business (NOWIB)

Focused on helping women, this is a great group for professionals and jobseekers alike. They meet several times a month and their website is nowib.com.

Linking Indy Women

Started by Sarah Lacey in 2010, Linking Indy Women is “a professional group that connects women looking to inspire or be inspired through building business relationships with one another.” Details at linkingindywomen.com.

FAB! Females Active in Business

Organized by the Madison County Chamber, this is an ongoing monthly series of programs for women in business. Visit the Madison County Chamber Facebook page for more information at facebook.com/GetLinkedMadison.

Women and Hi Tech

A local Indianapolis networking and professional development group which”serves to engage, educate, and energize women in science, engineering, and technology.” More info on their website at  womenandhitech.org

The Indianapolis Womenprenuers

From their website, “Indianapolis Womenpreneurs is a group exclusively organized for Womenpreneurs in the Indianapolis and surrounding areas. The purpose of this group is to provide education, support, and build long lasting friendships with other dynamic womenpreneurs in the community to aide you in taking your business to the next level.” Check them out at meetup.com/The-Indianapolis-Womenpreneurs

Women In Manufacturing – Indiana Chapter

Launched in Indiana in 2016, Women in Manufacturing is g national association dedicated to supporting, promoting and inspiring women who are pursuing or have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry. This group encourages the engagement of women who want to share perspectives, gain cutting-edge manufacturing information, improve leadership and communication skills, participate in sponsoring programs and network with industry peers. For information about the chapter here in central Indiana, visit womeninmanufacturing.org/participate/communitychapters#Indiana

Pass the Torch For Women (formerly Mentoring Women’s Network)

The Pass the Torch for Women Foundation describes themselves as ” creating a unique and powerful community galvanized by a shared belief in the value of women’s leadership.” They were previously known as the Mentoring Women’s Network. Check them out online mpassthetorchforwomen.org

Women in Business Unlimited

Women In Business Unlimited is dedicated to providing professional development opportunities for business women of Muncie & East Central Indiana. Their website is wibumuncie.org.

Indy {alphaChicks}

This organization describes themselves as “THE place to find, support and connect with the next generation of wealth builders and women entrepreneurs.” For more information, check out their Facebook group at: facebook.com/groups/indyalphachicks/

American Business Women’s Association – Indy Charter Chapter

Did you know the very first chapter of the ABWA was actually started here in Indianapolis back in the 1950s? The group still meets every month (though the membership has changed a bit.) For more information, check their chapter website at abwa.org/chapter/indianapolis-charter-chapter

Women’s Council of Realtors, Indianapolis

From their website, “we are a network of successful REALTORS® empowering women to exercise their potential as entrepreneurs and industry leaders.” indywcr.com

Business Women Connect

Founded by national speaker and author Linda Rendleman, this organization hosts networking events and seminars throughout the year. They are now affiliated with Toastmasters International. Take a look online at meetup.com/Business-Women-Connect/

Indy Women’s Golf League

The Indy Women’s Golf League was established in 1997 with a dual purpose: To provide a relaxing environment where professional working women can come together to network and play golf. The current IWGL membership of more than 300 continues to grow each season. League members’ skill levels range from beginning to advanced. Visit their website at iwgl.net

National Association of Women’s Business Owners — Indianapolis

The local chapter of NAWBO, the group’s website states their mission: “to impact, influence and propel Indiana to be a leading state for women-owned businesses.” More online at nawboindy.org

Society of Women Engineers — Central Indiana

The Society of Women Engineers (SWE), founded in 1950, is a non-profit educational and service organization. SWE is the driving force that establishes engineering as a highly desirable career aspiration for women. SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and receive the recognition and credit for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders. Their website is swe-ci.org

Healthcare Businesswomen Association—Indiana Chapter

The Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association “is the premier catalyst for the leadership development of women in healthcare worldwide.” The local chapter website is hbanet.org/chapters/Indiana

Indianapolis Chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women

IndyCREW is part of the CREW Network, the industry’s premier business networking organization dedicated to supporting the achievements of women in commercial real estate. The group seeks to influence the success of the commercial real estate industry by focusing on fulfilling four key initiatives: business development, leadership development, industry research and career outreach. Online at indycrew.org

National Association of Women in Construction — Indianapolis Chapter

The cause of NAWIC is to enhance the success of women in the construction industry. More information is online at indynawic.org

Indianapolis Women in Digital

A local chapter of the a growing organization, their message to women is: “Your digital talent makes you one of the most powerful women on the planet. Together, we join to share knowledge, to inspire each other and to become empowered by that strength. Our mission is to connect women in digital through engaging and educational events and to enable them with the confidence and tools necessary to exchange their power.” The website is womenin.digital/indianapolis.

Indiana Women Small Business Owner’s Network

The Indiana Women Small Business Network provides information and resources for women through the association, mastermind and community programming that will not only provide a sense of belonging but also provide easy access to the information and resources that women small business owners need to thrive in life and business. Their website is indianawonderwoman.biz.

Local Levo – Indianapolis

From their website: “Levo is a growing community of professional women seeking advice, inspiration, and the tools needed to succeed.” (Levo is the Latin root of the word “elevate,” which captures our mission for professional women to ascend together, strengthening us all in the quest to achieve our career dreams.) Check out the local Indianapolis chapter at https://mightybell.com/spaces/19478

Executive Women in Healthcare

Their mission is “to create an integrative force among women leaders in health care, which inspires exchange of knowledge, new relationships, personal and professional growth, and community involvement.” ewhc.org

eWomen Network – Indianapolis Chapter

According to their website: “Our purpose is to support, promote and showcase our members’ products and services and to help them achieve their professional goals.” The eWomen Network has chapters throughout the US and Canada, including one here in Indianapolis. Visit them online at ewomennetwork.com

Association of International Women, Indianapolis

A social, recreational and educational group of more than 250 women from nearly 50 countries, AWI provides support and friendship to women as they arrive here from other countries or states. Learn more at www.aiwindy.org

Affiliated Women International

From their site, “AWI inspires, educates, motivates and informs women – gives them the tools needed to become all they are destined to be. Women who are serious about making a difference for themselves, their families, communities and the world.” Check out their organization via their online community on Facebook facebook.com/groups/TheNeighborhoodAWI.

The Indianapolis Council of Women

According to our research, this group traces it roots to the the Indianapolis Women’s Club, founded by May Wright Sewall back in 1875. For more information, contact their hosts at the the thepropylaeum.org or reach out to Joyce Karns at joycekarns@yahoo.com)

Zionsville Women in Network

ZWIN (Zionsville Women in Network) is dedicated to supporting, inspiring and promoting women in the Zionsville community on a professional and personal level. They focus on education, networking, marketing, and philanthropy as we strive to be a positive influence in our community. Their website is zionsvillewin.org

Ladies in Friendship Together (LIFT)

LIFT is a networking group for women of faith. Their goal is to support, edify and encourage each other personally, professionally and spiritually. They say “You’ll find we’re a little different. Our simple goal is to love each other! Women of all faiths are welcome to attend.” For more information, contact Dr. Pamela Reilly at pamela@goodworkswellness.com.

Westside Professional Women

Live on the west side of town? WPW invites professional and business women from Hendricks, Boone, Marion, Morgan, and Putnam Counties to come for networking and support in their efforts to become women who can make a difference. Visit them at meetup.com/WestsideProfessionalWomen/

LEAP for Women

From their website: “LEAP for Women understands the unique value of women-owned businesses. We’re passionate about fostering their growth by offering authentic resources and inspiration on how to navigate the entrepreneurial waters so that women can set their own standards for success.” Visit them online: leapforwomen.com.

Empowering Women Roundtable – Rainmakers

This is a monthly roundtable for women in Rainmakers to meet, develop and strengthen relationships. Rainmakers, as an organization, is passionate about helping professionals build authentic relationships that enable them to reach new levels of success in their business and personal lives. The sessions are for women of all ages and stages of professional accomplishment. More at the Rainmakers website at gorainmakers.com/events/category/empowering-women-roundtable/

Women’s Leadership Programs and Organizations

Local author, attorney, pharmacist, coach, and podcaster Erin Albert maintains a document of Women’s Leadership Programs and Organizations. This is a read-only Google Doc, but you can see it at goo.gl/vyKoJt

Indy’s Stiletto Network

The mission of Indy Stiletto Network is to create a platform for women to celebrate their ventures, personal and professional. Each meeting is an opportunity for members to connect with their fellow powerful leaders in Indianapolis! Visit them on Facebook at: facebook.com/indystilettonetwork/

The Startup Ladies

What use to be known as “The Launch Ladies” has grown into an organization working to identify, educate, connect, and increase investment in women entrepreneurs that want to build and scale business. Come to a monthly meeting or learn more at their website TheStartupLadies.org

Black Women Who Want MORE Indianapolis

This group opens their description as follows: “Join us on our journey to our BEST SELF. NOT just a meetup, this is a MOVEMENT. A movement towards a new generation of “whole black women who are EMPOWERED in every area of their lives. Whole women make SMART decisions and know their value. We refer to ourselves as Diamonds and we are priceless! We bring out the BEST in each other!” Visit them at meetup.com/Black-Women-Who-Want-MORE-Indianapolis/

Fabulous & 45+ Professional Women

Are you a woman age 45 and over with an established professional careers? Are you a woman who is beyond games looking to inspire, encourage, support and socialize with likeminded professional women and also explore similar interests that encourage work/life balanced activities? Then learn more about this group at: meetup.com/Fabulous-45-Professional-Women/

Christian Women’s Business Connection

This group is for Christian women in business to connect and meet together. If would like to connect with other Christian professional women, visit them at: meetup.com/Christian-Womens-Business-Connection/

The Founding Moms’ Exchange: Indianapolis

This group bills itself as for: “Entrepreneurial moms meet and network with each other. Anyone who owns a business, wants to own one, is working on a creative venture, or wants to be around other business women in Indianapolis and surrounding suburbs can be a part of this meetup. You do not have to be a business owner yet.” They are online at meetup.com/FoundingMoms-Indianapolis/

Impact 100

Impact 100 Greater Indianapolis is a charitable women’s giving circle dedicated to awarding high impact grants to nonprofits in our community in the areas of arts & culture, education, environment, family, and health & wellness. Their website is impact100indy.org

Indiana Commission for Women

An official agency of the State of Indiana, the ICW exists to voice women’s needs, concerns and challenges as well as celebrate their successes and contributions to Indiana. ICW is committed to the full participation of women in all aspects of society. They host a variety of events and provide resources to women in all aspects of their lives. The Commission’s website is in.gov/icw/

Junior League of Indianapolis

The Junior League of Indianapolis (JLI) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Known as the premier training organization for women, the Junior League of Indianapolis has been developing community leaders and improving Indianapolis since 1922. They are online at jlindy.org/

Indiana Conference for Women

The Indiana Conference For Women is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the educational and professional development of women in Indiana and the Midwest. Since its inception, the one day conference has become the largest gathering of professional and women entrepreneurs in the Midwest. Be sure and check out their next event. Details at indianaconferenceforwomen.com

Women’s Fund of Central Indiana

Although technically not a networking organization, this special interest fund from the Central Indiana Community Foundation serves women and girls in Central Indiana. They teach courses on philanthropy and organize events as well as make grants. They are at: womensfund.org/

Integrating Women Leaders Foundation

“Integrating Woman Leaders Foundation (IWL Foundation) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of women into higher levels of leadership through empowerment, support and connections. Our authentic and passionate team acts as a resource for business leaders and organizations that share our mission to tackle very real gender issues with optimism and proven strategies that work.” Their website is integratingwomanleaders.com/

Executive Women in Finance

The mission statement of this organization is “Executive Women in Finance will serve as a catalyst for its members to achieve enhanced business success and professional growth, to become leaders and decision makers, and to establish a diverse network within the Central Indiana area financial business community.” They hold regular meetings and more information is online atewfindiana.org/.

Central Indiana Women’s Business Center

A division of the Business Ownership Initiative, the CIWBC) is a hub connecting women business owners to resources and each other facilitating their self-discovery and personal development; and providing a support process to nurture and advocate for the development of their business. In addition to networking events, they also have coahcing, training, and business workstations. Their website is businessownership.org/central-indiana-women-s-business-center

Women in Avaiation, Indianapolis Chapter

Women in Aviation International is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the encouragement and advancement of women in all aviation career fields and interests. Their membership includes astronauts, corporate pilots, maintenance technicians, air traffic controllers, business owners, educators, journalists, flight attendants, high school and university students, air show performers, airport managers and many others. The Indianapolis Chapter meets weekly, but does not have a website at present. For more information visit the website at https://www.wai.org/chapters or email the local contact at waiindianapolis@gmail.com.

Political Organizations

Women Like Us Foundation

Headquartered in suburban Indianapolis, the Women Like Us Foundation promotes Gender Equality and Social Justice through awareness and financial and volunteer support of women-led initiatives on sex trafficking, homelessness and education. Their website is womenlikeusfoundation.org

The Lugar Series

This organization is a political leadership development program designed for fast tracking and mainstreaming outstanding Hoosier women into positions of influence in the public arena. Check them out at lugarseries.com/

Indiana NOW

Indiana NOW is the state chapter of National Organization for Women. The National Organization for Women (NOW) is a feminist organization founded in 1966 and is the largest organization of feminist activists in the United States. Visit nowofindiana.org

Indy Feminists

This group describes itself with three elements: 1) Individuals acting in unity to bring positive change for all Hoosiers, regardless of what oppressions they face. 2) A collective promoting feminism and gender equality in Indiana by fighting multiple systems of oppression through civic participation and engagement. 3) People who believe in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. Their website is indyfeminists.wordpress.com

Women 4 Change Indiana

“Women4Change is an inclusive, non-partisan and grassroots organization to promote the health, safety and respect of all Hoosiers.” The group has four principles and thus, four task forces: Dignity + Safety, Mentor + Empower, Inclusion + Civility, Restructuring + Activism. They are online at women4changeindiana.org

Last updated February 2018

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