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  • Participate in quarterly luncheons and a number of professional development events throughout the year that feature leaders of the Houston business community

  • Build a network of advocates through professional development resources

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While the Women's Business Alliance hosts a series of events throughout the year, the program's signature annual gathering is Rise to the Top. This unique event features compelling, candid conversations from outstanding female executives discussing the challenges and triumphs of succeeding as a woman in today's business environment. 
The annual Rise to the Top event features prominent women leading Houston's business community.

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New Partnership Members in March

4/1/24
The Greater Houston Partnership welcomed six new member companies in the month of March. The Partnership works to connect companies with resources, information, and networking opportunities to help increase business while also providing a platform to influence the direction of the region.  New members who joined in the month of March include: Audubon Companies: Audubon is a global provider of engineering, procurement, construction (EPC), consulting, fabrication, and technical field services to the energy, chemicals, power, infrastructure, and industrial markets. Website. A+UP Charter Schools: A+UP is a tuition-free, public charter school serving grades 6-8 in Houston's Midtown District. Website. Bartlett Cocke: Bartlett Cocke is a general contractor in Texas. Bringing over six decades of experience working with industrial clients along the Gulf Coast, Bartlett Cocke has a depth of experience that encompasses a broad range of industrial environments and facility types. Website. Crohn's & Colitis Foundation: Crohn's & Colitis Foundation is a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to finding the cures for Crohn's Disease and ulcerative colitis. Website. Fit Houston: Fit Houston is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that promotes health by increasing physical activity in free outdoor spaces and with free wellness programs for improved quality of life primarily focusing on under-resourced communities with reduced access to gyms and wellness resources. Website. Shriners Children's Texas: The Shriners Children's Texas is a 501(c)(3) non-profit pediatric burn hospital, research, and teaching center located on the campus of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. Website. Click here to see the Partnership's Membership Directory.  To learn more about membership with the Greater Houston Partnership click here, or contact membership@jumpingjellybeans-jjs.com.
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Advance your member experience by exploring how to engage with the Greater Houston Partnership at Membership 101.  Membership 101 is ideal for prospective members, new members, and those seeking a refresher on…

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“As a lifelong Houstonian, I am particularly pleased to be a part of the Partnership and the great work they do for economic growth and development in the City of Houston and surrounding communities.”


Charles McFarland
Attorney, McFarland PLLC

"Becoming a member of the Partnership was one of the best professional decisions I’ve made as a CEO. Even though I’m leading a nonprofit, the ability to cross-pollinate with organizations in various industries is extremely helpful. Interacting and benefiting from the thought leadership in the business community has shown me that they are really tackling the same issues we are facing."


Tracy Weeden, Ed.D.
President & CEO, Neuhaus Education Center

“Greater Houston Partnership, thank you for continuing to be a great resource for information. Very proud to be a member of this organization that so well represents Houston, it's businesses and people.”


Ed Parker
Business Development Manager, Industrial Tax Consulting

"With one of the largest databases of members, [the Partnership] is a wonderful networking resource for me."


Neal Talmadge
BizJournals

"The quality of the programs are top-notched, and because of that, the attendees are top-notched as well. Quality networking is great!"


Anthony Pabillano
PwC

"Businesses who want to get their name out and sales professionals who want to increase their sphere of influence won't find a better organization to connect than GHP."


Lisa Bogany
Workforce Solutions
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