Support our LGBTQ+ Community!
June is Pride Month, established to recognize the impact that gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals have had on the world.
According to GLAAD.org:
The majority of Pride events are held in June to commemorate the anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion in New York City on June 28, 1969, which most historians consider to be the birth of the modern LGBT movement. At the time, police raids on bars catering to LGBT patrons were common, but that night, the patrons of the Stonewall Inn fought back. While historical accounts of the night vary, the violent response ignited a national firestorm of activism that brought new visibility to the struggle for LGBT equality.
WNA wants to support our LGBTQ+ members by highlighting those businesses in our community who opted in to be included on this list. We encourage you to support these wonderful businesses!
Chapter P01, Virtual Pacific
Creating an online presence for your business doesn't have to be overwhelming. Daytrip Creative is a one-stop shop for all your graphic design and content needs. We'll take care of the writing, designing, planning, and posting, so you can Daytrip.
Chapters 115, Cupertino, CA and P01, Virtual Pacific
I am a sports-specialized chiropractor who strives to advocate and practice high quality chiropractic care, founded on the principles of improving health, promoting wellness, and enhancing performance. My expertise is sought out by athletes from novice to elite who are struggling with the aches, pains, and injuries associated with the physical demands of their sport. I work with those who want to optimize their physical and mental health so they can be at the top of their game.
Chapter P01, Virtual Pacific
After 22 years of working in education, we founded A World of Tomorrow Educational Consulting. Our mission is to provide you with the resources and skills you’ll need to work with (and live alongside) diverse groups of people. We do this by centering on inclusivity and equity; through the use of online courses, group-level professional development, and one-on-one coaching. We truly believe when we change our self, and are open to transformational change, that we can change the future.
Chapter 113, San Jose, CA
I'm Kim of Kim Wallace Coaching, and I'm committed to helping people discover and live their purpose and passion. I guide people to get more out of the life they already have or to create a whole new future, via 1-on-1 coaching and group events. If you feel like something's calling to you whether or not you know what it is, there's something you want to be doing but aren't, or feel like something's missing, come set up a free consultation!
Chapter 150, Oakland, CA
Dr. Tehea Robie is a doctor of Chinese herbal medicine and a hospital-trained acupuncturist. She's a fan of tracking symptoms and measurable results. Dr, Tehea is an advocate for integrative, inclusive healthcare for all. She is co-author of "A Retrospective Study of Acupuncture in the Emergency Department in a Public Safety Net Hospital", which was included in Society for Acupuncture Research conference 2019.
Thank you for suporting small business owners and specificially Women's Networking Alliance members. We encourage you to check out our members when you are in need of a product or service. We have over 150 members in California, Arizona, and Virtual chapters who are ready to help you with your needs. You can search our member database here.
* Denotes BIPOC Owned