Fort Worth, also known as “where the west begins,” is located in the northern part of Texas and is the 12th largest city in the United States. It is famous for its hospitality and Western heritage, and is a blend of cowboy culture and modern development. The city is vibrant and has several cultural districts, the famous Stockyards, and a diverse community.

The Fort Worth Chapter of the Hispanic Women’s Network aims to empower and support Hispanic women, and our work significantly contributes to uplifting and empowering them. We invest time, creativity, and resources to promote the advancement of women in all aspects of life. Our programming offers a wide range of events, seminars, and networking opportunities designed to meet the needs of our members.

With over 140 members, Fort Worth is home to the largest chapter of HWNT in Texas. We are a multicultural mix of women and men of all ages. Through networking and professional development, we help each other reach our goals, promote our businesses, and provide support and resources to elevate our Hispanic community. HWNT Fort Worth is achieving more with our initiatives than ever before, and we are proud of the progress we continue to make.

To learn more about what we do, whom we help, and how we work daily to create a lasting impact, please visit our website at https://www.hwntfw.org/.

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Chapter Chair - Fort Worth

Tanisa Castillo Queppet