Daphne McCoy Appointed Secretary/NAWBO Chicago Board Member
July 11, 2018

Miller Cooper is proud to announce that Miller Cooper principal Daphne McCoy has been appointed as Secretary and Board Member for the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Chicago.

Ms. McCoy is a Tax Principal for Miller Cooper, working primarily with middle market, closely held businesses and their owners. Her areas of concentration include corporations, partnerships, high net worth individuals and trusts. She provides tax planning, consulting and compliance services to her clients. (Pictured above, new officers and board members are sworn in; Daphne is on the far left)

Her full bio can be found here.

(Pictured below are the new NAWBO Chicago board members; Daphne appears fifth from right)

For Chicago-area women business owners who lead highly competitive, sustainable, profitable businesses, NAWBO Chicago is an influential circle of thought leaders who stand together through servant leadership and long-term relationship building that empower members to grow their businesses confidently and create opportunities otherwise not possible.


Founded in 1975, the National Association of Women Business Owners prides itself on being a global beacon for influence, ingenuity and action, and works to strengthen the wealth-creating capacity of its members and promote economic development within the entrepreneurial community.

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