Welcome To WBOM

Dedicated to providing service to each member’s business through networking, referrals, and promotion; and to providing professional development to the individual member through education, information, sharing and support.

March Luncheon

Please join us at Bonefish Grill on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 11:30 AM!

How Big Data Can Help Your Business

What is Big Data? Do you know how Big Data can help your business?

Dr. Marcia Braun will discuss how big data can provide valuable insights to help your business grow. Marcia supports small businesses with their research and data analysis needs. Her talk will focus on how your business or organization can benefit from using your existing data, and what you need to know when you collect your own data.

Dr. Braun is the owner of Braun Analytics, LLC, recently certified by the State of Indiana as a Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE). She graduated with her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Notre Dame in 2010. While at Notre Dame she studied health and wellbeing in midlife through older adulthood. She then completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship conducting clinical sleep research at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Marcia is a WBOM board member, an Ambassador with the South Bend Regional Chamber of Commerce, and a volunteer with Junior Achievement.

Marcia is married, has two grown children and a precious granddaughter.

Women Business Owners of Michiana is:​

A non-profit organization providing a business environment for the meeting of all women in business.
Dedicated to encouraging entrepreneurism, business ownership and management by women.
A voice for women who own or operate businesses.

Women Business Owners of Michiana strives to:

Foster education, technical assistance, and learning opportunities oriented toward the needs of women business owners and professionals.
Increase the general visibility of women business owners and leaders.
Encourage referrals of potential customers to women-owned businesses and WBOM members’ businesses/organizations in the community.
Support organizations that serve under-resourced women in our community.