Alice Paul Institute to host networking event with National Association of Women Business Owners

A champagne tasting will take place at Caffe Aldo Lamberti on May 25 to allow local professional women from the networks to connect.

On Thursday, May 25, the Alice Paul Institute is partnering with the South Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners to host a champagne tasting to allow established local professional women from two strong networks to connect.

According to the Alice Paul Institute, the API Connection Series is excited to work with NAWBO SJ to expand networking opportunities and give faithful attendees fresh engagements.

Those women interested in the event can reserve their place and become a part of the network or just unwind after work.

Hosted at Caffee Aldo Lamberti, API says the night will include a robust food selection, refreshing champagne tasting, and sparkling conversation.

Early Bird tickets cost $30 with general tickets set at $35.

To purchase tickets, visit www.evenbrite.com

Founded in 1985, the Alice Paul Institute educates the public about the life and work of Alice Paul and continues that work by educating and empowering women and girls.

NAWBO South Jersey’s vision and mission is aligned with that of NAWBO National in a commitment to empowering the women business owners of South Jersey through education, leadership opportunities, sisterhood and advocacy.