Who is the Most Influential Woman in Your Life?

In honor of Women’s History Month, we went around NAWRB headquarters and asked some of our team who the most influential woman in their life is. From mothers to idols and peers, the NAWRB team provided some powerful responses about the incredible women in their lives.

Continue reading

Small Business Owners Testify Before Small Business Committee

 

On Wednesday morning, the Committee on Small Business conducted a hearing, Making Washington Work For America’s Small Businesses, centered on providing small business owners with the opportunity to “outline their priorities and provide the Committee with ideas about federal policies that will help them most grow their businesses.”

Continue reading

Women Need to Know and Express that They Belong

 

The movement for gender equality is strong and growing, with advocacy, demonstrations, initiatives and pioneering organizations all playing their part. It is important to always recognize and develop your individual role in this movement, and remember that experiencing professional success is a powerful way to contribute to gender equality.

Continue reading

Women’s History Month: Women in Sports

 

On Thursday, October 20, 2016, the LA Sparks ignited a roaring crowd inside Minnesota’s Target Center as they scored the winning bucket in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals. The buzzer signaled a 77-76 victory for the LA Sparks over the Minnesota Lynx in a nail-biting ending. The triumphant LA Sparks players made Los Angeles proud by winning the first WNBA title since 2002.

Continue reading

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

Happy St. Patrick’s Day from NAWRB! This is a holiday that observes the death and traditional religious feast day of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. Did you know that you have a 10,000 in 1 chance of finding a four-leaf clover, or that it isn’t possible to reach the end of a rainbow? Regardless, we hope you are having a good holiday and bump into some luck on this special day.

Continue reading

Announcing NAWRB’s Certified Delegate Spokeswoman Program

Irvine, CA – March 16, 2017 – The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) has launched a national Certified Delegate Spokeswoman Program. Industry veterans specializing in the housing ecosystem will bring laser focus to women’s economic issues with one, unified voice.  The nature of the program will perpetuate nationwide collaboration to mitigate gender-based imbalances in the workforce and increase small business sustainability, especially women-owned.

Continue reading

Introducing Women’s Homeownership Series: Rachel

 

The NAWRB Women’s Homeownership Series is a series of fictional articles profiling the obstacles women encounter in their personal and professional lives. From homeownership to career advancement, these articles are designed to shed light on the unprecedented difficulties women face when attempting to create better lives.

Continue reading

Women in Finance Are Reprimanded More Harshly than Men

 

A new report by business professors from the University of Chicago, Stanford, and the University of Minnesota reveals that female financial advisors are punished more strongly than men for engaging in misconduct. Following an occurrence of misconduct, women are 20 percent more likely to lose their jobs and 30 percent less likely to secure new jobs relative to male advisors.

Continue reading