The National Association of Christian Women Entrepreneurs, or N.A.C.W.E., founder Diane Cunningham wants her sisters to share their light.
"Inspire women to dream big, catch on fire and change the world," Cunningham said.
Whether you're an entrepreneur looking to jump start a company, or the owner of a small business and need advice, Cunningham says it's about building relationships. Texoma women should listen up because she is a professional.
The group celebrated N.A.C.W.E.'s second birthday. In the first year alone, the association became a huge success, thanks in large part to Facebook.
"It was the power of Facebook that 165 people joined the first year."
N.A.C.W.E. is an organization that connects Christian women professionals across the globe in person and on the web. Cunningham started the group in Texoma.
In the group, sisters can learn expert advice on how to succeed the most at what it is they want to get out of life.
She said, "You get access to monthly training on how to write your book, or how to do your accounting. Life is short. Live your mission. Figure out what that is and make sure you're living that."
Cunningham also wants women to share their story. "I want them to know that they're not alone. And I love them. I want them to know that I love them. Support your sisters. Support them and love them. They need you."
You can learn more about N.A.C.W.E. here.