Welcome to Professional Business Women of New Mexico!

The members of Professional Business Women of New Mexico (PBWNM) are known in New Mexico as the leading group dedicated to improving the status of women. Our membership is diverse, ranging from recent high school graduates to retirees who come from varied backgrounds, professions, education, race, and socio-economic levels. We count as our members women and men in a wide range of fields.

Our major focus includes:

  • Professional development programs.
  • Mentoring and programs to enhance leadership skills for the under 35 population.
  • Transition assistance for women rejoining the workforce.

Our chapters are located throughout the state. Please click on the tab for each chapter to learn more about PBWNM in your community.

Raton PBW's 20th Annual Walk/Run for Domestic Violence Awareness was held Saturday, October 4.  Click here for details!


2016 PBW New Mexico Special Event - April 22 & 23

As PBWNM President, I want to issue a special invitation to all members to join us on April 22nd for a Special Event at the Santa Fe Country Club featuring a networking reception, dinner, our Young Professional State Competition and keynote speaker Pamelya Herndon, Executive Director of the South West Women's Law Center.     Then on Saturday morning April 23rd, at the Inn of Santa Fe, members will join together for breakfast and actively participate in the annual business session where you can be part of guiding the future of our organization.  All local PBW chapter members and members at large are also voting members of PBWNM. 

Registration forms with full details are available on the links below.   I hope that you will plan to join us.   I look forward to seeing everyone again and meeting our newest members.   Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or need additional information. 

With Kindest Regards,

Michael Anne Antonucci
PBWNM President

Click to view Invitation and Registration form


Click on "Programs" to read about the PBWNM Young Professional Program!  Here's what one of the participants has to say...

My name is Fran Martinez, I was a candidate of the Santa Fe Professional Business Women’s 2012 Young Professional program. Through this program I attended four Saturday sessions to learn how to sharpen my business skills to become more successful. My participation was just the push I needed to finish some projects I had put aside. I have reinstated my insurance license and working on my own part time business through Primerica. In my spare time I’m volunteering with a local business in Espanola, to help other professional women grow their businesses. Next year I plan to attend  the program again and I will give you an update on my projects! My goal is to be your 2013 young professional of the year!


Francelia Martinez