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We are proud to announce the release of our 2016 two-year consecutive APEX Award-winning NAWRB Magazine!
We profile the current state of women-owned businesses and apply a lens to some women’s issues that beckon addressing. Advancements in women’s contracting and the changing workplace are gaining momentum. You need to stay ahead of the curve to ensure you are not swept aside by the changing tides.
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Join the LA Sparks and ambassador #NAWRB on July 10, 2016 to sell out the Staples Center! #WeAreWomen and #WeAreStrong. Who will you show up for? See full event details below.
Hispanic-American Entrepreneurship Summit 2016
In recognition of the Hispanic-American community’s significance to the future of the United States, the Small Business Administration (SBA), alongside the White House, is hosting the 2016 Hispanic-American Entrepreneurship Summit! The Summit will showcase the contributions of Hispanic entrepreneurs and increase discussions centered on strategies to bolster and capitalize on the potential of Hispanic Americans.
Save the Date July 10, 2016: NAWRB and the LA Sparks
On July 10, 2016 the LA Sparks with ambassador NAWRB will attempt to sell out the Staples Center! Last year the Los Angeles Sparks sold out the Staples Center for the first time in franchise history, showcasing stories of transcendent women and a campaign that illustrated the strength and importance of women leaders. We need to show that we not only support and advocate for women, but we are there when it counts. Join the LA Sparks and NAWRB in showing up for women!
Women’s Retirement: An Uphill Battle
Hindsight is 20/20, meaning that it is easier to examine-and determine the correct course of action in-a situation or event after it has taken place. This phrase emphasizes the importance of having foresight, to ensure that rather than lament the mistakes of the past; we make the correct decisions today to create a better tomorrow.
Happy Fourth of July Weekend!
NAWRB would like to wish our community a safe and happy 4th of July weekend full of food, celebration and quality time with your loved ones. As we commemorate U.S. history and celebrate our independence and our country’s 240th birthday, we must remember to stay safe this holiday weekend.
NAWRB’s work for women ranges from industry functions to sporting events. If it involves women’s advocacy and supporting the women’s movement, we are there. Join us to take part in making a better tomorrow for women!
July 10: NAWRB and the LA Sparks
July 19: ChallengeHER Opportunities for Women in Federal Contracting
August 30-31: NAWRB Annual Conference and Gala
October 30-November 1: AmeriCatalyst 2016: FAST FORWARD