Ambassador Level Sponsors:
Our 2018 Executive Sponsors
Bozeman Business and Professional Women
We are a diverse group of professional women working to ensure that women in the Gallatin Valley have the tools to succeed. Our members come together for regular meetings where they pool their talents and resources to create innovative professional, educational, and networking opportunities for women. We honor local women and employers who are making outstanding contributions to our community and helping women succeed.
Bozeman BPW’s mission is to support business and professional women in our community through advocacy, education and information.
Enjoy the support of more than 100 other women active in the business community in the Bozeman Area. We provide many benefits to our members, including networking events, educational programs, print and online promotion with links to their businesses, community support and preference for their offered services, information on legal and legislative issues that may affect them as woman in the work force, and opportunities to become true community leaders and help shape the Bozeman business environment for women of the future.
All women are welcome! Employees, Business Owners, Non-Profit Leaders and Workers, please join our group and share your valuable experience with us today!
BOZEMAN BPW NEWS:
- B2B lunch on April 23rd to feature City Strategic Plan panel discussion
The Bozeman Chronicle B2B luncheon upcoming on Monday April 23rd will provide an opportunity for attendees to hear directly from a panel of city leaders on how they tackle the challenges and seize the opportunities posed by Bozeman’s continued growth. City of Bozeman Panel: Andrea Surratt, City Manager; Brit Fontenot, Economic Development, Marty Matsen, Community Development. […]
- The Gender Wage Gap Affects Women in Montana
Today is National Equal Pay Day. The most recent data from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research show that full-time, year round working women in Montana make an average of 74 cents to the man’s dollar. Specifically, white women make 73.4% to the white man’s dollar, Latina/Latinx women make 53.7% to the white man’s dollar, […]
- 26%-off discounts downtown for Equal Pay Day!
This coming Tuesday is National Equal Pay Day. Ladies, if you’re shopping on April 10th, the following 15 stores around Bozeman will recognize the wage gap by giving a 26%-off discount on products and services to women shoppers: Altitude Gallery Alara Jewelry Country BookshelfCafe Fresco Cello Taco Del Sol Jelt Belt Nova Cafe Rootstock Acupuncture Red […]