The Chamber sponsors the annual Northwest Arkansas Business Women’s Conference.

The mission fo the Northwest Arkansas Business Women’s Conference is to provide personal and professional enrichment through motivational and networking experiences for women.

The 9th Annual NWA Business Women�s Conference will be headlined by CNN anchor Campbell Brown.

The Northwest Arkansas Business Women�s Conference is presented by founding sponsor Mercy Health System/St. Mary�s Hospital and hosted by the Bentonville/Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce.

Tuesday, Sept. 25
Hammons Convention Center in Rogers.

Veteran broadcaster Campbell Brown is one of the most respected and recognizable faces in American news. She won an Emmy for her reporting during Hurricane Katrina; was on the trail during the last two presidential elections; and has made numerous trips to Iraq to report on the Iraqi elections, abuses at Abu Graib prison and the trial of Saddam Hussein. Brown has recently joined CNN and beginning in November she will anchor a primetime news program for the network that will air at 8 p.m. eastern.

Prior to joining CNN, Brown was with NBC News for 11 years. While there Brown served as co-anchor of NBC�s �Today, Weekend Edition,� the nation�s top rated weekend news program. She also served as the main substitute anchor for Brian Williams and a primary correspondent for �NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams� and the weekday �Today� show. For the network, she reported from Rome on the death of Pope John Paul II; and has traveled to Gaza and the West Bank to report on violence in the Middle East.

Brown served as NBC News White House correspondent during George W. Bush�s first term. She also covered then-Governor Bush�s presidential campaign, and spent over a month reporting from Austin, Texas, on the post-Election day Florida recount story.

Prior to covering the Bush campaign, Brown had been a Washington, D.C. based NBC News correspondent. Joining the network in 1998, Brown was first assigned to cover President Clinton�s impeachment trial. After that, she was assigned to the Pentagon, reporting on the war in Kosovo. During her time in the Washington bureau, Brown also traveled extensively with President Clinton.

Tickets for the day-long event are $90 per person before Sept. 1, $100 thereafter, and include continental breakfast, lunch, speaker�s reception, conference materials and much more. Individual keynote-only speaker tickets may be purchased for $50 before Sept. 1, $60 thereafter. A corporate table of 10 may be purchased for $1,500.

To order tickets or for more information on corporate sponsorships, please contact the Bentonville/Bella Vista Chamber of Commerce at 479-273-2841 or

Arrangements for the appearance of Campbell Brown made through Greater Talent Network, Inc., NY, NY in conjunction with McKinney Speakers.

For more information visit the Women’s Conference portion of this Web site.

Click here to purchase your tickets.