About the Women’s Chamber
Miami-Dade County’s first Women’s Chamber of Commerce was established in 1984 by Mrs. Thelma Gibson with the belief that business women of all races and nationalities should have a forum where they could gain momentum, express their thoughts, and come together as one voice – to be heard by all throughout the County.
In 1984, the Chamber had 21 members. Today hundreds of women and men have become part of the Chamber, making it one of the the fastest growing women’s professional organization in Miami-Dade County.
Exciting business impact luncheons are held each month, and evening networking socials and other venues are offered to expand business networks.
In addition to these benefits, the WCC supports community service projects impacting women in Miami Dade County and supports young women through mentoring and education.
The Women’s Chamber is dedicated to facilitating the advancement of women in Miami-Dade County by fostering meaningful business relationships among members, delivering unique educational programs, and hosting creative member events.