Women in Business
The Women in Business Network (WIB) is made up of active and successful businesswomen throughout the area.
Whether you’re a manager, employee, or simply someone who wants to become more involved – this is the group for you. Join us for monthly networking and professional development lunches. Get involved to participate with our Jr. WIB Scholarship Program, work to elevate women in leadership roles, and host ongoing social opportunities.
Essentially, it’s your favorite social gathering x10.
Visit the events calendar to find out when the next WIB event is. Though our events have a small cost associated with them, there is no cost to belong to our Women in Business organization.
2023 Featured Speakers & Events
January 24 - Tami Steggell
February - Women on the Hill
March - Deneece Huftalin
April - Jr. WIB Graduation
May - Emily Blake, MD
June - Shauna Graves-Robertson
August - Crystal Maggelet
September - Trigena Halley
October - Kristi Knight
December - Mark and Sally Deitlein
Thanks to our Women in Business Sponsors
South Valley Chamber Women in Business Mission
Women in Business (WIB) acts to empower women through professional development, mentoring, working to elevate women in leadership roles and hosting on-going networking opportunities. We share, create, and act to facilitate a contribution to our local female communities.
America First Jr. WIB Scholarship Program
The Jr. WIB Scholarship Program awards $1,000 scholarships to female high school juniors or seniors attending a public or private high school in Canyons and Jordan School Districts. These students are selected for their desire to serve their community and be actively engaged with the South Valley Chamber Women in Business program.
Scholarships are awarded at the completion of the program and are generously donated by WCF Insurance.
The application deadline is April 1, 2024.
- Must be a Junior to apply. The program begins your Senior year.
- Participate in WIB monthly luncheons, usually the 4th Tuesday of each month (11:30am - 1:00pm).
- Participate in your school's job shadow program.
- Attend WIB Day on The Hill - legislative session (February).
- Participate in a service project in partnership with the South Valley Chamber.
- Actively engage with your assigned Women in Business Mentor.