Welcome to TCI

TCI helps women business leaders become and remain successful.

The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) is a non-profit organization devoted to advancing businesswomen in leadership positions in Massachusetts and Florida. We are ambitious, success-oriented women committed to growing our respective organizations and to supporting each other as we accomplish our individual goals.

Our membership includes CEOs, senior corporate executives, entrepreneurs, executive directors of nonprofits and solo professionals who are committed to building successful businesses, organizations and careers. We come from a range of industries and from a variety of backgrounds. We run large companies, we lead small companies, we manage nonprofits, we work as sole proprietors. We are a community of women offering a collaborative brain trust for fellow members and a platform for each of us to achieve our goals.

Upcoming Events


Strategies for Success - Winter 2017


Why Strategies for Success?

Many women have been promoted to management positions, some for the first time, and companies are doing everything they can to help them succeed in a leadership role. In an environment where retaining the best female talent is so important, Strategies for Success is an effective complement to internal leadership development efforts.

Dates: February 7, March 2, April 6, April 26

Location: Bedford, MA

Questions? Contact Lizzie Dunklee at 617.342.7172.

Download the brochure.

Register your emerging leaders today!


Save the Date!!

Save the Date!

12th Annual Top Women-Led Businesses Luncheon & Ceremony!

Save the Date_Top Women's 2017

Save the date for the luncheon & awards ceremony 

on Thursday, May 18th at Jungle Island!

Tickets & Sponsorships Available!

Throughout this country and here in Florida, thousands of smart, committed women own and lead businesses that shape our economic landscape. We want to know more about the challenges you face and the success you earn. How do you operate your company? Overcome obstacles? Support other business-women?