Brateil Aghasi’s Three Rules!

This morning’s Know the Rules of the Game Podcast: COVID-19 Impact on Homelessness with Brateil Aghasi and Kellie Aamodt was moving and inspirational. Huge shoutout to Aghasi, CEO of WISEPlace, for all the tremendous work she & her team does in aiding displaced women.

Aghasi’s Three Rules when it comes to aiding the impacted, especially during a pandemic are:

Rule #1: Put People First
Rule #2: Acknowledge the Importance of Volunteers
Rule #3: Focus on Housing

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To learn more about Aghasi’s mission to lead the effort of ending homelessness for unaccompanied women through housing solutions and empowering wrap-around services that provide a path toward personal self-reliance, visit

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NAWRB Builds Longstanding Relationships Across the Globe

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(Click on photos for nearly 2 hours of videos from ICOGAS 2017.)

Imagine the synergy of having a female President and five First Ladies across two continents come together with the mission to help women and girls. On the morning of September 21, 2017, New York City’s hustle and bustle perfectly matched the excitement at the 2017 International Conference on Gender and Sustainability (ICOGAS).On the margins of the 72nd U.N. General Assembly, and in this incredible setting, the Hilton in Midtown Manhattan witnessed the collaboration and camaraderie of leading global strategists, academics, CEOs and international leaders to generate actionable gender equality and women’s economic sustainability solutions.

Among leaders were Ameenah Gurib, President of Mauritius, and First Ladies Reema Carmona of Trinidad and Tobago, Sandra Granger of Guyana, Lorena Castillo de Varela of Panama, Roman Tesfaye of Ethiopia and Dominique Ouattara of the Ivory Coast. To have these leaders united at one event under a common goal ensured through power and dedication that the issues and questions raised during the conference did not fall on deaf ears.
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Women’s Homeownership: Dream, Stability, Sanctuary

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On December 2, 2017, NAWRB held its event, Women’s Homeownership: Dream, Stability, Sanctuary, revealing impacting women’s homeownership deliverables and top emerging markets in the housing ecosystem with expert speakers Desirée Patno, CEO and President, NAWRB; Hope Atuel, Executive Director, AREAA; Yolanda Lujan, Vice President, Chief Business Officer, NeighborWorks OC; Vanessa Montanez, Regional Vice President of Business Development, On Q Financial; and Hyepin Christine Im, Founder, FACE/KCCD.

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Case Study: Have You Been A Victim of Stolen Funds?


There are few worst feelings than suddenly losing something you worked truly hard on, from an essay to an event or even a personal project. Imagine the hidden danger of losing everything you’ve worked for your entire life, your business, your home, even your retirement fund.

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Contracting Opportunities: Historically-Defining Moment

Contracting Opportunities: Historically-Defining Moment

Contracting Opportunities: Historically-Defining Moment

Hear from Ann Krishnan, Vice President and Senior Partner, CAK International, LLC, and winner of a Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) worth $10 billion, share what it means to her to attend the 2017 NAWRB Nexus Conference.

NAWRB Launches Women’s Global Resource Center

NAWRB Launches Women’s Global Resource Center

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Irvine, CA – May 12, 2016 The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) is proud to present the NAWRB Women’s Global Resource Center. The NAWRB Women’s Global Resource Center provides a women’s depository for vendors and clients to grow their diverse spend and increase women’s employment at all levels.

NAWRB’s goal is to have 250,000 women registered by 2018.
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NAWRB Women’s Global Resource Center


There are resources for women and women-owned businesses that aren’t being utilized. Contracts are literally being lost because entities cannot find women-owned businesses to which to award them. Money is being returned to the government or diverse spend not met because these opportunities are not being seized.

The NAWRB Women’s Global Resource Center will provide clients and vendors a depository to help fill this void. Take advantage of our resources, connectivity, and the money being offered to women in housing.

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