The organization has active chapters around the country, and there is always the opportunity to become a Network Member if you are not within 50 miles of a chapter location. How to Join information. We welcome those who would like to form a new chapter.
Founded in 2017
The newly formed Atlanta Chapter welcomes new members in the greater Atlanta area. For more information, the chapter has a Facebook page. Contact: Joyce Hyndman (email@example.com), president or Sarah Hahn Denham (firstname.lastname@example.org), vice president.
Boston Chapter History
Founded in 1954
The Boston chapter is committed to promoting books, literacy, and women’s careers in publishing and allied fields.
Contact: Amaryah Orenstein (email@example.com) or Nancy Rubin Stuart (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Founded in 2009
“Bringing Book Lovers and Book Professionals Together”
Founded in 2017, this newest chapter provides members with structured opportunities to meet, network, and engage in the promotion of all things books through community programs and events.
Contact: Jolene Jaquays, president: email@example.com
Founded in 1975
“The Ultimate Resource for the Book Community”
Contact: Natalie Obando-Desai: Natalie@dogoodprgroup.com
Founded in 1955
“Connecting the Book Community”
Contact: Beth Frerking, president: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1917
“Supporting the Community of the Book since 1917”
Founded in 2015 and active in the Southeast Florida region. Contact: Andrea Baron, president: email@example.com
Founded in 1978
“Bringing Book People Together”
Contact: Tabitha Whissemore: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter Membership: Click on the name of the Chapter you are interested in contacting for membership. Each Chapter has their own membership information, forms, and fees.
Network Membership: If you’re more than fifty miles from the nearest city that has a chapter, you can become a Network Member by joining the chapter of your choice. You will receive many of the benefits of the chapter you affiliate with. To select the chapter, choose from those above, go directly to their website and follow their membership procedures, indicating that you wish to become a Network Member.
Start a Chapter!
If you are interested in starting a local chapter of WNBA, we’d like to help you! Download New Chapter Instructions. If you have questions or need more information, please contact Bebe Brechner, Development Chairperson.