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Happy Memorial Day Weekend from NAWRB!
Observed the last Monday of May, Memorial Day is a holiday honoring the women and men who have died in military service for the United States. Memorial Day was officially recognized as a federal holiday in 1971, and was originally known as Decoration Day in the years following the American Civil War. Americans commemorate the day by attending memorials and cemeteries, holding parades and hosting neighborhood barbecues.
This year, Memorial Day also commemorates the centennial anniversary of America’s entrance into World War I. Also named The Great War, it saw 4.7 million Americans serve-a representation of over 25 percent of the American male population aged 18 to 31 at the time-and more than 100,000 lose their lives.
As we spend the long weekend with our loved ones, we remember and honor those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom.
NAWRB Co-Hosts InnovateHER with SBA: Winner Announced!
Congratulations to Jennifer Stewart-Tai, President and Founder of City Girl Prepper, for winning the InnovateHER Challenge co-hosted by NAWRB and the Small Business Administration (SBA)! This morning, NAWRB co-sponsored the InnovateHER Innovating for Women Challenge 2017 at the Lutron Electronics Training Center in Irvine, CA. This competition is inspired by the need for innovative products and services to assist working women and their families.
Nominate a Woman Leader in Housing! Deadline May 31, 2017
NAWRB Roaring Thirty Awards honor women leaders in the housing ecosystem enhancing the industry and making a seat at the table for women. Our nominations are an opportunity to celebrate passionate women making an impact. From executives on the frontlines to incredible women behind the scenes, we need your help to highlight today’s leading women who walk the walk.
Strengthening the Women’s Culture
What a profound statement! It is with the same fervor as Madeleine Albright that NAWRB supports other women. Like the first female U.S. Secretary of State, we believe that other women, organizations, companies in the public and private sectors and the government must follow suit. As the Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) movement continues working for equal access to resources, equal representation, equal pay, it is crucial to create unwavering unity among women to advance women’s culture.
NAWRB Nexus Conference 2017: Early Bird Special Ends May 31, 2017
The NAWRB Conference is the nucleus, the center, and the source of business sustainability. As a non-partisan organization, NAWRB still has a seat at the table. Our relationships at the forefront allow us an inside look at government contracting forecasts. What opportunities does the future hold? Millions of dollars in procurement contracts and vendor relations were secured from connections made at the 2016 NAWRB Conference. Unlock your business growth!
In the News!
The FHFA has issued a Request for Input on issues facing qualified mortgage borrowers with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) throughout the mortgage life cycle process.
Peter Cazamias for the Office of International Trade; Robb Wong for the Office of Government Contracting and Business Development; Allen Gutierrez for the Office of Entrepreneurial Development; and Michael Hershey for the Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs.
If an event involves women’s equality and supporting the women’s movement, NAWRB strives to be there. Join us to take part in making a better tomorrow!
This one-day event dedicated to the empowerment of women will help you grow your business, develop your career and connect with other leaders in the California brokerage community.
With approximately $20 billion in non-performing loans already sold in 2016, the conference is well-timed for the industry to discuss the trading in the market.
The National Advocacy Conference is the largest advocacy event of the year focused solely on the issues facing real estate finance.
With three days of programming, the conference features lectures and presentations from today’s thought leaders, engaging panel discussions and more.
Guest speakers will delve into the most topical issues during a day that will cover TLC’s “four C’s” of business ownership: Capital, Capacity, Contracts and Cost.
July 16-19: NAWRB 4th Annual Conference, Women’s Collaboration for the FutureThe NAWRB Annual Conference will highlight actionable solutions to increase women’s gender equality in the American workplace. The only way to beat the competition tomorrow is by preparing today. Register to take your business to new heights!