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September 28th at the Doubletree in the Pruneyard, 

"Making the Grade with Your Marketing"

All business professionals are welcome to attend The Networking Alliance's Annual Fall Mixer! 

This year we will be focusing on marketing for your business, in all different forms. 

Our agenda will cover:
* Creating a Basic Marketing Plan - Debbie Quintana
* Email Marketing - Tracey Lee Davis
* Social Media Marketing - Lee Lonitz
* Business Photography: Capturing Images that Speaks to your Business - Carla Bonnet
* How Direct Mail Can Benefit Your Business - Joan Escovar
* Websites: What You Need to Know - Roberta Kiphuth

This will be a great day packed full of learning and networking. Be sure to bring your business cards!
Lunch is included in the cost of your ticket.  Just $35. 10AM - 3PM


Who are we?

The Networking Alliance consists of three organizations Women’s Networking Alliance (founded in 2007), Men's Networking Alliance (founded in 2015) and our new Co-Ed Chapter! All organizations are built on a solid foundation of enabling, empowering and supporting growth. As we continue to grow, maintaining this foundation and ensuring we stay true to our mission is critical.

If you are a business owner looking for a real networking organization that demonstrates care, interest and support, we just might be the perfect networking group for you.

Interested in joining?  Start the process by visiting a chapter that doesn't already have someone representing your business type.

View the chapters here.

Benefits of our organization:

  • Meetings are every three weeks for approximately 1.5 hours with an agenda that encourages involvement from all members.
  • It’s not a “free for all”. We aren't open to everyone and anyone. The chapter presidents are looking for women and men that are truly interested in collaboration and partnership; not people that are just in a group to get a quick referral. Because of that, you are going to find quality as opposed to quantity. 
  • We limit the number of members to each chapter to 30.  We believe in genuine relationship building not speed networking.
  • Dues are affordable at just $200 a year, $150 for board members and chapter presidents and national board members are free while in office.
  • No politics or pressure to submit leads/referrals.  This naturally happens on its own, we don't need a requirement.


Our Mission Statement

We provide a supportive environment which is fun, inspiring and enables the growth of the members as professional business owners.


  • Work together to develop our small businesses by sharing ideas, resources and successes.

  • Support one another with leads and referrals for potential sales and/or networking opportunities.

  • Become more educated within our group by working through subject matter experts to expand our knowledge in all facets of our personal and business lives.

  • Give back to our community.

  • Be “all in” by attending meetings, supporting other members and representing WNA. 

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