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Join the Movement to Advance Women

WOMEN IN THE HOUSING ECOSYSTEM

By becoming a Strategic Partner with us, you join top companies that care about equality, diversity and inclusion, women’s financial strength and homeownership. Through our NDILC Council, we work directly with executive-level women to advance women in the housing and real estate ecosystem on a global level, sharing resources to further women’s leadership and independence. As a strategic partner, you become our ally in these efforts. When women become more successful, they lift up those around them, and our society becomes stronger. Become a strategic partner with us today to be at the leading edge of tomorrow.

NAWRB is a leading voice for women in the housing ecosystem. With the assistance of our Women’s Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC), NAWRB is advocating for women’s gender equality, raising the utilization of women-owned businesses and providing women the tools and opportunities for economic expansion and growth. By increasing women’s homeownership, we can leverage the entrepreneurial strength of women and help bring the awareness of women’s poverty.

Become a National Champion

OF WOMEN-OWNED & MINORITY WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES.

NAWRB is the only housing ecosystem trade association exclusively representing professional women and women-owned businesses. Other groups focus on specific minorities, individual women or allow general memberships. NAWRB maintains a focus for its membership base for all women in the real estate industry. Diverse employee demographics of a given business are a positive indicator a business’s commitment to women and minorities and is in itself a noble goal that NAWRB supports. However, to qualify for set-asides or be certified, a company must be women-owned, operated and managed.

NAWRB has strong relationships with REO outsourcers, servicers, financial institutions and government entities. NAWRB regularly uses federal and state initiatives to monitor current usage and advocates for increased utilization of women-owned businesses across several platforms. Many institutions respond with requests for access to our network of member businesses, providing a consistent flow of referrals to our members.

NAWRB FOUNDATION

NAWRB Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to spreading awareness, opportunities and access to women in housing.

NAWRB DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION LEADERSHIP COUNCIL (NDILC)

NDILC bringing women’s diversity and inclusion to the forefront of the housing industry with accountability and results.

WOMEN’S HOMEOWNERSHIP INITIATIVE

Homeownership is a central part of the American dream, for most people, it is the American Dream. Owning a home connotes success and achievement.

Opportunities & Economic Growth

PASSIONATE ABOUT ADVOCATING AND PROMOTING WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESSES.

NAWRB is dedicated to providing women the tools and opportunities for economic growth while advocating and promoting women-owned businesses specializing in the housing ecosystem. Our Women’s Homeownership Initiative is committed to helping women realize the dream of owning a home. With the support of our strategic partnerships, NAWRB will drive accountability and results.

NAWRB works tirelessly to advocate for our community, we are proud to say that through our connections and relationships within the industry we recently helped save a minority women-owned business from being rightsized out of business. Our reach is international, having also assisted one of our members become a permanent resident. NAWRB’s impact and the work we conduct on behalf of our members is historic.

NAWRB has strong relationships with REO outsourcers, servicers, financial institutions and government entities. NAWRB regularly uses federal and state initiatives to monitor current usage and advocates for increased utilization of women-owned businesses across several platforms. Many institutions respond with requests for access to our network of member businesses, providing a consistent flow of referrals to our members.

Compliance Issues & Benefit of NAWRB

LEVERAGE OUR EXPERIENCE WITH GOVERNMENT ADVOCACY & POLICY.

With seven years of advocacy on behalf of women and women-owned businesses, NAWRB is uniquely positioned to identify the keys for success in an ever-changing professional world. As an advocate and influencer in the women’s movement for equal resources, opportunity and representation, we know the impact women have in positions of leadership.

Utilizing NAWRB’s consulting services means bringing in a knowledgeable, experienced leader to help advise your company’s supplier diversity and operations. We can help diversify your vendors, thereby improving your diversity and inclusion and the quality of the services for which you are paying, and assist in maximizing your company’s performance.

With the current evolving workplace, no one person can remain aware of every development and its value. In these situations, it is important to surround yourself with experts who can help you aptly maneuver the business world’s changes to your advantage. When it comes to women executives and supplier diversity, NAWRB is that expert.

Don’t wait any longer. Contract with NAWRB today!

Strategic Partners

According to our latest Women in the Housing Ecosystem (WHER) Report women are on the rise. There are 114 percent more women-owned businesses in the nation than there were two decades ago and the growth of women-owned businesses is taking place 2.5 times faster than the national average, with women starting an average of 849 new businesses per day.

Small businesses owned by minority women, especially African-American women, have grown exponentially over the past 20 years. Firms owned by minority women comprise 46 percent of all women-owned firms, have over 2 million employees combined, and generate at total of $361 billion in revenue.

Even with these inroads, women, especially women of color, still face significant obstacles in achieving gender and economic equality. Women only make up 1 out of 5 C-suite leaders, with women of color making up only 1 out of 30. Although single women have outpaced single men in homeownership since 1986, women still face unique obstacles in obtaining wealth, including earning 80 cents for every dollar males earn, a workforce gender gap, a “pink tax” as consumers, and increased student loan debt. And despite an overall decrease in poverty levels, single female householders are below the poverty level rate at twice the poverty rate of single male householders.

When you register with Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) as a Strategic Partner, you will help fund much needed research into the data that will help institutions drive change, become a partner in events and conferences that include some of the biggest thought leaders in the industry, and will help fund the development of resources for women-owned businesses and women executives across the housing and real estate ecosystem.

Find your level of Strategic Partnership. Contact us at 949-559-9800 for direct assistance.  

  • Executive
  • $10,000
  • Sub banner advertisement on email blasts (2 a year)
  • Recognition as Executive Sponsor on NAWRB.com and NAWRB Magazine
  • NAWRB Logo for marketing materials
  • One year subscription of NAWRB Magazine
  • One pass to NAWRB's annual conference
  • Register
  • Grand
  • $25,000
  • Press Release of Partnership
  • One full-page ad in one NAWRB Magazine issue
  • Sub banner advertisement on email blasts (3 a year)
  • Recognition as Grand Sponsor on NAWRB.com and NAWRB Magazine
  • NAWRB Logo for marketing materials
  • One year subscription of NAWRB Magazine
  • Recognition on conference program and website as annual Partner
  • Recognition as NAWRB annual Partner in conference booklet
  • Two passes to NAWRB's annual conference
  • Register
  • Premier
  • $50,000
  • Cultivate Relationships
  • Press Release of Partnership
  • NDILC Membership
  • Full-page ad (interiors) in two NAWRB Magazine issues
  • Sub banner advertisement on email blasts (6 a year)
  • Recognition as Premier Sponsor on NAWRB.com and NAWRB Magazine
  • NAWRB Logo for marketing materials
  • One year subscription of NAWRB Magazine
  • Premium recognition on conference program and website as annual Partner
  • Premium recognition as NAWRB annual Partner in conference booklet
  • Three sheCalls sponsorships
  • Four passes to NAWRB's annual conference
  • Register