San Diego and Imperial
Women's Business Center

Recovery and Resiliency Assistance: The US SBA and the State of California have low-interest loan options per the disaster declarations. The San Diego and Imperial Women’s Business Center (WBC) as resource partners of both the SBA and California Go-Biz, are here to provide small business owners no-cost guidance through your recovery process, including applying for disaster recovery loans if needed. We are still providing these services online, and will in-person again soon. To request services please visit:

In addition, please visit for updates and news about Covid-19 related to the regional business community

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The San Diego & Imperial Women’s Business Center (WBC) works to secure ECONOMIC JUSTICE and ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES for women by providing TRAINING, MENTORING, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT and FINANCING opportunities to WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. The San Diego & Imperial WBC is a resource partner of the US Small Business Administration (SBA) and is hosted by Southwestern College at the Center for Business Advancement in National City.


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Amore Kitchen

Amore Kitchen

Amore Kitchen offers unique culinary experiences that specialize in teaching and entertaining through food to all ages. It is my passion and purpose to educate my clients on how to plan and prepare delicious food. I offer everything from dinner parties to classes, to boutique catered events. With my background as a school teacher for many years, I find teaching kids and adults to cook so gratifying! My goal is to create a learning environment that is fun-filled, friendly and inviting. I believe that cooking as a family is fundamental, so I teach basic cooking skills and habits for children and parents to use in today’s hectic society. I believe in bringing families back to the dinner table.

"Ever since starting my business, I have turned to the WBC for guidance. They supported me and my goal to form and grow my business from the start when I had no clue how to begin. The WBC guided me with care in a way that encouraged me to continue even when I was doubtful or scared. I am so thankful for their services, their employees, and the programs they have to offer." Angela Felice.

Host & Sponsors

Southwestern College

All SBA programs and services are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.
Reasonable arrangements for persons with disabilities will be made, if requested in advance. Contact: Cynthia Harris, 619-727-4884,


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