DNA Creative Communications stresses the importance of collaborating with other organizations that influence and change our community and our industry in positive ways. DNA has complied a list of several professional organizations that your woman-owned business may benefit from.

1.   Furman University’s Connections: Women Leaders of the Upstate is designed for women of all ages who have either already demonstrated leadership abilities or who have been identified as possessing potential for leadership. Furman University sponsors this premiere leadership development program to bring women together to connect, take control of their careers, become stronger leaders and make significant contributions to their communities.

2.   United Way Women’s Leadership is a group of women seeking to improve the community of Greenville County through philanthropy. These women are committed to working together in order to make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals, families and neighborhoods in the Greenville area.

3.   Greenville Chamber’s Women Professionals: Business Women in Action (BWIA) was designed to create opportunities and facilitate support for women in business. By providing networking opportunities and educational forums, BWIA serves as a resource for women business owners and professionals alike by providing access to certification programs, business trends and mentors.

4.   The Greenville Professional Women’s Forum was established in 1978 as a way for executive-level professional women to network, share ideas and support each other. The Forum provides more than 100 executive women in the greater Greenville area an opportunity to meet regularly with a diverse group of executive women in Greenville who are dedicated to excellence in their careers.

5.   Greenville Women Giving is an initiative of the Community Foundation of Greenville that was founded on the idea that women, when informed about philanthropy and about needs in their community, can collectively make a real difference. GWG is committed to strengthening the community through the collective resources of its members by awarding high-impact grants in five areas: arts and culture, education, health, human services, and environment.