Would you like a system for making business introductions and then watch those relationships flourish?
If you answered yes to the three questions above, then the eWomenNetwork Managing Director role might be perfect for you.
If you can answer yes to these four questions, you are already a perfect candidate for our Managing Director program:
Do you find that networking is the best way to grow your business?
Do you feel that now is a great time to grow your business?
Do you consider yourself a "make it happen" person?
Would you like to have more fun, more friends and a bigger personal network?
Our Managing Directors are independent contractors who are compensated for growing chapter memberships, hosting local events and helping women succeed.
Central New Jersey Chapter
“Becoming a Managing Director has allowed me to make a huge impact to an inspiring community of committed high achieving women, while giving me the confidence and leadership skills to uplevel my business as well.”
North Dallas/Plano, Texas Chapter
"Becoming a Managing Director with eWomenNetwork has been one of the most effective and rewarding decisions of my life. As every real leader knows, success doesn’t happen alone. Since making the decision to become a Managing Director, my business has grown, my knowledge has grown, and my heart has grown from the relationships I’ve made serving the incredible members in our community."
Denver, Colorado Chapter
"Being a Managing Director has given me the opportunity to stand in my strength and talents to empower, encourage and support the most amazing community of women entrepreneurs. This role has reenergized my passion for leadership and has lifted my confidence to reach goals I had only dreamt of before."
Calgary, Canada Chapter
“Being a Managing Director has been a very fulfilling journey. From the incredible connections created in my community, the very supportive MD Sisterhood to Sandra’s endless teachings; it has given me leverage in my own business and becoming the woman I am today. Are you joining us?”