PowHerFul Networking

PowHerFul Networking

Welcome to PowHerFul Networking

A networking community for women entrepreneurs who are redefining entrepreneurship.

About Us

PowHerFul Networking was co-founded by two women entrepreneurs, Dawn Malinowski and Marion Chamberlain, who knew that there had to be a better solution to sustaining and building your business during the crisis and beyond. Both had used in-person networking and referrals through their network as their primary business growth tool. With the pandemic this came to a screeching halt and had them navigating the now stormy waters of digital marketing. Even with Dawn running a successful digital marketing company, she was challenged to lay out plans to market differently and what the new best practices were. Both realized that as a small business, networking is the number one tool no matter what. Your network indeed equates to your net worth as a business (and in life). But let’s be honest. We’re not missing being on the road driving to and from networking events.

What do PowHerFul Networking events look like?

  • Virtually - one hour in length.
  • Guided conversation with worksheets sent in advance. Topics vary by month.
  • You will have an opportunity to ask for support, but also are tasked with offering support. 
  • Children and pets will make many cameos. Top buns or bedhead might be the norm. Casual Friday is now Casual Monday, Casual Tuesday, Casual Wednesday and Casual Thursday. And Zoom might have the Zoomies.

Why should you join us?

  1. Get answers to the business questions you can’t just Google.

  2. Learn faster and make better decisions about your business and what matters most to you. 

  3. Share stories, experiences, best practices and ideas. It’s way beyond theory. It’s all about what’s working. Not some floofy advice.

  4. Find inspiration from other members who are on the same path as you.

Keep Up With PowHerFul Networking On The Go
PowHerFul Networking is powered by Mighty Networks
Phone numbers from outside the United States may need to use a prefix (e.g. +44 XX XXXX XXXX). Available on iOS and Android. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.