GET INVESTED

Build your own powerful global network of relationships by actively engaging and participating in 85 Broads!

Attend networking events, participate in service projects, and get together on an informal basis with members in the cities where 85 Broads has Chapters or Campus Clubs. Meet members from other regional chapters during your next vacation or business trip. Write a weekly blog, view career opportunities, tune in to online JamSessions with thought leaders, share your news and press, and create a SPOTLIGHT page on our website about your company or non-profit organization. The global opportunities to connect on and off-line are virtually limitless!

ASK YOUR COMPANY TO FORM A STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH 85 BROADS

Over the past decade, 85 Broads has strategically partnered with many of the world’s finest companies. Click here to learn more about how your company can partner with us.

LEAD A CHAPTER OR CLUB

Being a chapter leader allows you to externally network with women across industries, which is a great way to hone your leadership skills.

Create positive social change as you spearhead local 85 Broads events, lead membership initiatives, and represent 85 Broads in your community. Regional Chapter Officers focus primarily on women professionals, transitioners, and women in grad school. Campus Club Officers focus exclusively on women who are currently at their college or university. We are always on the lookout for new officers.

Each chapter leader in good standing is eligible for complimentary Investor level membership, and each club officer in good standing is eligible for complimentary Student membership for the duration of her term.

START A CHAPTER OR CLUB

We frequently start new chapters and clubs all over the world! If you are interested in starting a Chapter or a Campus Club, contact us at info@85broads.com. Please first view the Templates, Guides, and Resource Downloads for CHAPTERS and for CLUBS.

For comprehensive overviews of organizational guidelines, structures, procedures, and ideas for how to best run your group, check out our Resource Sections for Clubs and Chapters. This is where you can access: a variety of templates, a sample event planning checklist, downloadable marketing materials, logos, and a host of other resources that will help you start and grow an 85 Broads Chapter or Campus Club.

PARTICIPATE IN YOUR PROFESSIONAL CHAPTER OR CLUB

Build a network of local women through organizing, marketing, and attending networking events and service projects in your area or on your campus. These events could include panel discussions, conferences, power breakfasts, art gallery viewings, exclusive dinners, happy hours, roundtable discussions, hiking trips, and more.

VOLUNTEER

It takes a team to make 85 Broads events happen. Give the gift of your time, energy and commitment as a volunteer to 85 Broads or to your Chapter or Campus Club. To learn more, check out the group’s chapter or club page and contact the leaders to get involved.

As our Chapters and Campus Clubs continue to grow and expand, stay tuned for exciting news and exclusive events!

Chapters

Get involved in one of our global professional chapters, and visit other chapters when you travel. Browse Chapters.

Campus Clubs

85 Broads has an extensive and active network of Campus Clubs for current students. Browse our list of Campus Clubs.

Regional Chapter Goals

  • To develop and strengthen the 85 Broads network through networking, developmental and service-focused events in each region or on each campus.
  • To increase global brand awareness of 85 Broads.
  • To retain, engage, and connect existing members.
  • To plan, publicize, and organize regularly scheduled regional 85 Broads events.
  • To develop women's leadership skills.
  • To provide opportunities for women to effect change in their communities and the world at large.
  • To connect women across industries and generations.
  • To create powerful opportunities for members to connect with potential clients, mentors, and business contacts (both female and male).
  • To make the business case for targeted, strategic networking.
  • To educate multi-generations of women on how they can become savvy investors, entrepreneurs, and business leaders.