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Hi!  I'm Mary Faulkner Bralley, Membership Chair for ABW  and I invite you to JOIN US! Contact me for more information and to attend a meeting, mary@amarillobusinesswomen.com

The Amarillo Business Women was established for professional women of all ages and industries. The Amarillo Business Women is geared towards providing programs that further our memberships professional and personal growth in the workplace. We also provide time before each meeting for members and guest to network and connect with fellow peers. In addition, we host quarterly socials to give members the opportunity to connect with each other while having fun!

Professional Membership is provided for all Texas Panhandle professional women who would like to enhance their professional growth. Professional Membership dues are $75/year + $15 each month for lunch at the membership meeting.   50% of our dues goes to the women's scholarships we give out once a year, 10% goes to our non profit that our board selects at the beginning of each year, 20% goes to our luncheons and 20% goes to our socials. 

Student Membership is provided for Amarillo College and West Texas A&M University students who would like to develop their professional careers. Student membership dues are $40/year + $15 each month for lunch at the membership meeting. 

 

Please fill out the membership application form below. We will email you an invoice to pay your membership dues. You also have the option of mailing a check or paying at the next meeting you attend. Your membership is not active until you pay your dues. 

 

Student member applications are required to provide proof of enrollment as indicated above. A paper application is also available for you to print and turn in with your dues by mail or at the next meeting you attend.  PLEASE NOTE: Students must submit proof of enrollment at Amarillo College or WTAMU to apply for student membership. We accept a current school schedule that details your name, school, and the current semester. School ID cards will not be accepted as proof of enrollment.