About

BPW/FL, A nonpartisan, grassroots organization for working women

BPW/FL is a State Legacy Partner of the Business & Professional Women’s Foundation, the first foundation dedicated to conducting research and providing information solely about working women.

Founded in 1919, BPW has a long track record of promoting equity for women in the workplace. BPW provides leadership through advocacy, education, and information within our communities, states, and the nation on issues we all care about.

Throughout the years BPW has focused on three core issues:

  1. The Elimination of Gender Discrimination
  2. Equal Pay
  3. Ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment

BPW’s commitment to these issues is reflected by the BPW/FL Public Policy Platform, which provides members with the tools they need to become effective advocates and have a strong voice in Tallahassee and Washington, D.C.

Help BPW work toward positive change in the lives of working women everywhere.  Click Here to Join Us and Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Learn more about BPW/FL and how membership can help you

Recent Blog Posts

BPW/FL Launches BPWInsider eZine
BPW/FL celebrated Women's History Month with the launch of the first issue of BPW Insider, an eZine complement to the Florida Business Woman Magazine. The monthly eZine will feature annual state conference information, local organizations (LO) goings-on, reminders, deadlines and helpful tips for the workplace. [more]
Florida Federation of Business & Professional Women’s Clubs Announces 2017-18 Executive Committee
The Florida Federation of Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. (BPW/FL), one of the oldest organizations for working women, announces its 2017-2018 Executive Committee. Alizza Punzalan-Randle, community engagement manager for Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, was named President of BPW/FL. She is a 15-year member of BPW and [more]
2017 Glass Ceiling Award: Major Sabrina Maxwell
Established in 1991, the Glass Ceiling Award is presented by the state president to those women who have successfully broken through the barrier of advancement within their profession or organization, enabling them to reach the management level positions previously barred to working women. The recipient of the 2017 Glass Ceiling [more]