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Welcome to the Brookton Civic Association

where “Caring for Our Community” matters

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Upcoming Events

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You are invited to our FREE Virtual August NAWBO Lunch & Learn Meeting, where women business owners and entrepreneurs take an hour off to focus on their business challenges, stimulate a creative and collaborative exchange of ideas, explore solutions, share experiences, insights, and wisdom.

Catching the Tiger by its Tail? : Are you finding there isn't enough time in the day to accomplish it all? Over-committed? Overwhelmed? How can we be better at managing our time? Is it a matter of doing more or less? How can we be strategic in deciding what we invest our time on? What tools and techniques have worked for you?

Catching the Tiger by its Tail? : Are you finding there isn't enough time in the day to accomplish it all?Come ready to connect, share, listen, support and learn from each other. We look forward to seeing you and hearing your unique ideas and insights. A NAWBO Board member will be present and the meeting will be facilitated by NAWBO Chapter Member, Diane Garga, Executive/Leadership Coach, DG Consulting. Over-committed? Overwhelmed? How can we be better at managing our time? Is it a matter of doing more or less? How can we be strategic in deciding what we invest our time on? What tools and techniques have worked for you?

Join link sent upon completion of registration.

We are running a membership drive through the end of April. We are offering this: receive a complimentary 2-day virtual registration to the 2021 or 2022 National Women’s Business Conference. Refer five or more members in your chapter or across the country paying annually for all membership categories (Premier, Introductory, Supporting) and receive a complimentary 2-day virtual registration to the 2021 or 2022 National Women’s Business Conference. You can gift the conference registration, however, there is no monetary value with this promotion.

Please email programs@nawbo-sac.org for any questions.

September 2, 2020

12:00pm-1:00pm

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You are invited to our FREE Virtual August NAWBO Lunch & Learn Meeting, where women business owners and entrepreneurs take an hour off to focus on their business challenges, stimulate a creative and collaborative exchange of ideas, explore solutions, share experiences, insights, and wisdom.

Catching the Tiger by its Tail? : Are you finding there isn't enough time in the day to accomplish it all? Over-committed? Overwhelmed? How can we be better at managing our time? Is it a matter of doing more or less? How can we be strategic in deciding what we invest our time on? What tools and techniques have worked for you?

Catching the Tiger by its Tail? : Are you finding there isn't enough time in the day to accomplish it all?Come ready to connect, share, listen, support and learn from each other. We look forward to seeing you and hearing your unique ideas and insights. A NAWBO Board member will be present and the meeting will be facilitated by NAWBO Chapter Member, Diane Garga, Executive/Leadership Coach, DG Consulting. Over-committed? Overwhelmed? How can we be better at managing our time? Is it a matter of doing more or less? How can we be strategic in deciding what we invest our time on? What tools and techniques have worked for you?

Join link sent upon completion of registration.

We are running a membership drive through the end of April. We are offering this: receive a complimentary 2-day virtual registration to the 2021 or 2022 National Women’s Business Conference. Refer five or more members in your chapter or across the country paying annually for all membership categories (Premier, Introductory, Supporting) and receive a complimentary 2-day virtual registration to the 2021 or 2022 National Women’s Business Conference. You can gift the conference registration, however, there is no monetary value with this promotion.

Please email programs@nawbo-sac.org for any questions.

September 2, 2020

12:00pm-1:00pm

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In this workshop, we will spend time defining the term ‘Ally’ and the actions we can execute every day in our businesses and networks to ensure that our underrepresented staff, colleagues and peers get the support, development and attention they have worked so hard to achieve.

Jenine S. Jenkins: A graduate of Kent State University, Ms. Smith is an HR Professional with over 10 years of experience with Talent and Performance Management, Leadership Development, Employee Engagement and Coaching. She has served as the leader on HR Teams in local Fortune 100 companies and Non-Profit organizations. Ms. Smith is a highly recognized speaker and has presented on topics such as interviewing skills, dressing for an interview on a budget and other pertinent leadership and personal development issues. Her approachable style combines her expertise as an HR Professional with an understanding of human nature. She has worked with organizations such as The Sacramento Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., California State University – Sacramento, Center of Praise Ministries (Sacramento, CA) and various professionals across the Sacramento region. Ms. Smith is also the founder of J. Smith & Company. An organization based in Sacramento, CA that provides services to professionals, small businesses and non-profit organizations in HR Consulting

A Joint link will be sent upon completion of registration.

Please email programs@nawbo-sac.org with any questions.

September 17, 2020

12:00pm-1:00pm

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Jenine S. Jenkins: A graduate of Kent State University, Ms. Smith is an HR Professional with over 10 years of experience with Talent and Performance Management, Leadership Development, Employee Engagement and Coaching. She has served as the leader on HR Teams in local Fortune 100 companies and Non-Profit organizations. Ms. Smith is a highly recognized speaker and has presented on topics such as interviewing skills, dressing for an interview on a budget and other pertinent leadership and personal development issues. Her approachable style combines her expertise as an HR Professional with an understanding of human nature. She has worked with organizations such as The Sacramento Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., California State University – Sacramento, Center of Praise Ministries (Sacramento, CA) and various professionals across the Sacramento region. Ms. Smith is also the founder of J. Smith & Company. An organization based in Sacramento, CA that provides services to professionals, small businesses and non-profit organizations in HR Consulting

A Joint link will be sent upon completion of registration.

Please email programs@nawbo-sac.org with any questions.

September 17, 2020

12:00pm-1:00pm

Spring has Sprung in Brookton

Community Info

& Recent Happenings

Activities and concerns

in the Brookton district

Beautification

  • Fort bunker hill park
  • Metropolitan branch trail
  • Neighborhood clean-ups
  • Historic preservation

Advocacy

  • Development projects
  • Affordable housing
  • Dc statehood
  • Traffic & parking

Social Events

  • House and garden tour
  • The greater Crookland yard sale
  • Rhode island ave. Festival
  • Picnics & happy hours

What Our Members Have To Say...

NAWBO is not just an organization, but a gathering of women who are truly thoughtful, caring and supportive of each other. I am so proud to be a part of this community!

Gagan, 57PixelMedia Inc.

Sacramento Chapter Sponsors

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Brookton is amazing. We can’t imagine raising our family anywhere else. We love the friends we’ve made over the years living here, and we look forward to many more memories in the years to come!
John Doe
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testimonials

Katie McConnell Olson CPA, PHR

"NAWBO has given me the opportunity to build lifelong friendships, as well as mentors and a support network as I continue to grow my business."

Tiffany Sequeira CEO

"NAWBO has allowed me to connect with elected officials and public policy experts. The opportunity to shape public policy and network with my peers has been instrumental in the growth of my company"

Preet Ahluwalia Designation

“NAWBO has allowed me to be part of wonderful sisterhood of women entrepreneurs locally and nationally. These women have been instrumental in helping grow my business and most importantly growing myself as a leader.”