The National Women’s Empowerment Ministry is a national faith based women's community and organization head quartered in Atlanta Georgia, building bridges across multiple platforms known for empowering other women through community events, programs, and workshops. The National Women's Empowerment Ministry uses it's platform to promote women in ministry, women owned businesses, women in leadership, women serving the community and to support the underrepresented or under privileged woman . In addition to being an outreach community program, we are the #1 Sisterhood for Women In Ministry.
We are most proud of our recent event “The 2020 Red Dress Brunch” where we hosted 200 women and honored 20 women from across the metro Atlanta area who are influential and empowering other women in their respective industries, community, and within the faith based community. This brunch is a space where women are able to celebrate each other.
What sets us apart from other women organizations is that due to our collaborative leadership style and culture the women’s empowerment ministry embraces true Christ-centered relationships that are called to serve, build up other women, and strengthen the women community. We can accomplish more through unity and collaboration and that’s our empowerment motto!
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
To Empower The National Community of Women through a Collaboration Culture that provides true connection and change amongst women, women groups, women organizations, and women ministries.
The National Women’s Empowerment Ministry exist as a faith based outreach organization building bridges across multiple platforms to empower women through community events, programs, and workshops using the
NWEM Empowerment Model:
Women In Ministry Empowerment, Career Empowerment, Entrepreneurship Empowerment ,
Economic Empowerment and
I thought that being awarded the 2020 Outstanding Women in Business Award by the National WE Ministry was an honor. THEN I attended the Red Dress Brunch. How empowering and amazing to be in a room of sisters who lead, inspire and bless, all dressed in the POWER color! It was an incredible experience to attend, let alone be honored this year (I participated as a vendor in years past.) Hearing the accomplishments of my fellow honorees humbled me beyond words.
I was blessed to be in the number, ever humbled to be recognized, and am grateful to be surrounded by Eleshia V. Cash and her army of exemplary women.GIRL.POWER.
CAROLYN WRIGHT FRASER, EDWARD JONES FINANCIAL ADVISOR
"As the recipient of the 2020 Raising the Profile Millennial Award, it was one of my most proudest and humbling experiences. To be among so many powerful and influential women, made me feel so empowered and eager to continue to fight the good fight. As women, we hold the key to EVERYTHING and together we can all win. I also encourage every award recipient to pay it forward and become a member of the National WE Ministry, you will not be disappointed. "