The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (NAWRB) is proud to announce new Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC) Member Jane Campbell, Director of the Washington, D.C. office of the National Development Council (NDC) and President of Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP).
“I’m proud to join NAWRB’s Diversity & Inclusion Council because of its commitment to making inclusionary practices fundamental to how we do business in our country, especially within the housing sector,” said Jane Campbell, WIPP President. “We know our members represent a cross-section of America, which is diverse in many ways. Therefore our strategies and practices as business leaders must respect and reflect that diversity.”
Campbell brings to the Council decades of experience in diverse public service roles, including first woman Mayor of Cleveland, President of the National Conference of State Legislatures, and Staff Director of the Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
“It’s an honor to have Jane Campbell as part of NAWRB’s Diversity and Inclusion Leadership Council,” said Desirée Patno, NAWRB CEO & President. “Jane’s expertise as a leading woman in public service is inspiring and an incredible addition to our Council. Our Council Members’ continued efforts to go above and beyond in diversity and inclusion are a testament to their commitment and the importance of NDILC.”
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The National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses (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.