Advancing a Global Force of Black Women in Business

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Empowering the success of Black women in business on a global scale.

We believe in the power of collaboration and support, and we're committed to creating a community where Black women can thrive.

Our membership of Black women in business reaches countries around the world, and we excitedly welcome new community members by the day. We work together to foster partnerships, promote business opportunities, and advocate for policies that benefit our members. With a strong focus on collaboration and community, we strive to create a network that is inclusive, empowering, and supportive.

what makes us different

Membership with value built in.


Access to a diverse and supportive network of Black women business leaders and professionals from around the world. Expand your professional contacts, find new business opportunities, and connect with like-minded individuals who are dedicated to achieving success and making an impact in their respective industries.

Members Only Portal

Exclusive access to our Members-Only Portal and App, providing you with a private digital space to connect, share, access tools, and more. Stay up-to-date on upcoming events, and important news, participate in virtual sessions, and engage with other Chamber members and partners.

Community Perks

Access to community perks, including discounts on products and services from our partners, invitations to members-only events, and more. Take advantage of these perks to grow your business, expand your network, and advance your career.

Resources and Tools

A range of resources and development opportunities to support your team and your business. Our offerings include educational workshops, training, access to funding opportunities, and exclusive business tools and templates.

Content Contribution

Some tiers allow members to contribute content to our various platforms, such as our website, social media channels, and newsletter. Showcase your expertise within the GBWCC community and share your knowledge with other members.

Marketing and Promotion

Some membership tiers offer marketing and promotional opportunities to spotlight your business and demonstrate your brand’s commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. From social media shoutouts and website features to speaking opportunities at events, and more.


Insights to help you make more impact.

Access to Capital: Financial Resources and Funding Opportunities for Black Women-Owned Businesses

Black women entrepreneurs face unique challenges in accessing capital, which can limit their ability to grow and sustain their businesses.

Unlocking the Power of Networking: Strategies for Black Women Entrepreneurs to Build Meaningful Connections

Networking plays a crucial role in the success of entrepreneurs, particularly for Black women navigating the unique challenges they face in the business world.

Cultivating a Personal Brand: Tips for Black Women in Business to Stand Out and Make an Impact

For Black women in business, cultivating a strong personal brand is particularly essential to overcome unique challenges and create a lasting impact in their fields.

Join us in empowering and uplifting Black women entrepreneurs globally.

Your donation to the Global Black Women’s Chamber of Commerce can make a tangible impact on their businesses, providing vital resources, mentorship, and networking opportunities. Together, we can break down barriers, foster economic growth, and create a more equitable business landscape. Click here to donate and be a catalyst for change today.

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Suzan Johnson Cook, Founder

A globally renowned transformational speaker, author, and leader. She has dedicated her life to helping people realize their full potential, and her message of hope and empowerment has inspired thousands of individuals across the world. Sujay, was the first female and the first African American to hold the position of U.S. Ambassador for International Religious Freedom. Appointed by President Barack Obama, she was the principal advisor to the President of the United States for religious freedom globally. She has served as a policy advisor to President Bill Clinton and later to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, a dean and professor of communications at Harvard University, and a professor of theology at New York Theological Seminary.

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