Charrise McCrorey

We have a new Luncheon location!
Beginning on January 14th, WBOM will be meeting at Tippecanoe Place Restaurant.

Please come enjoy the beautiful ambiance of this historic mansion, an expanded menu of options for each luncheon, and the centralized downtown location.

Location: Tippecanoe Place Restaurant, 620 W Washington St,South Bend, IN 46601

Menu: Tippecanoe Place will provide a private selected menu that include a vegetarian and gluten free option. You will order your meal at the beginning of the luncheons.


Charrise McCrorey

March Luncheon
March 10th – 11:30am – 1:00 pm

Program: Join us for a highly interactive and engaging fireside chat with Joan McClendon, Operations Program Director, Nonprofit Professional Development Department at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame. Joan is passionate about empowering women. She  actively serves on three boards in the community including her new appointment as a Board of Trustee at Bethel University. She will discuss her board leadership journey and her personal mission to educate women to get a seat and to have a voice at the boardroom  table.

Location: Tippecanoe Place Restaurant, 620 W Washington St,South Bend, IN 46601

Inspiring, Supporting, and Celebrating Women in Business

If you’ve been looking for a group of like-minded business women with focus, drive, ambition, and caring hearts…you’ve found your tribe. We’re so glad you’re here. We’re here to help you wherever you are in your career journey, and we know you’ve got things to teach us, too.

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Welcome To WBOM

We’d love to send you updates, to keep you posted on what we’re doing, the next activities we have on the schedule, and how you can get involved! 

WBOM has selected sister organizations to support through out the year. We are so honored to be a help to these organizations:

St. Margaret’s House

St. Margaret’s House improves the lives of women and children by providing individual attention to their immediate needs, breaking the bonds of isolation and helping them acquire skills to better their lives. We believe that each woman is talented and gifted and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.


YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families, and strengthen communities.

WEI at St. Mary’s College SPARK Program

The SPARK Program’s Mission is to cultivate the entrepreneurial capacity of women with a combination of personal education, business training, and ongoing professional mentoring to sustainably advance beyond socio-economic boundaries and achieve self-sufficiency.