The keynote speaker, however, will be Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, who will be on hand to discuss the administration's efforts to improve the business climate in the state, said MBA president Mark Morgan.
"I'm sure she'll be saying 'get out the vote' too," Morgan added.
He said the lieutenant governor's visit is the first time someone from the governor's office has come to an MBA meeting, and added that it was an honor to have so many influential women attending a meeting.
Guests are invited to attending the meeting. Doors open at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Community House, and the meeting begins at 11:30. Lunch is provided for a fee of $10. Register online here, or pay at the door.