By 2018, women entrepreneurs are expected to be responsible for creating 5-5.5 million new jobs nationwide—more than half of the new jobs small businesses are expected to create, and about one-third of the total anticipated new jobs. As the voice of more than 6,000 members and 60 chapters nationwide, NAWBO® National is strongly positioned to support these women as they lead the economy change.
Evelyn Strange, 2011-2012 Chair, will speak to NAWBO®’s key priorities for expanding influence and visibility, including becoming the premier, go-to source of information for women-owned businesses and building presence in Washington D.C. by raising visibility, identifying new funding, building membership and strengthening chapters. Evelyn will also cover NAWBO®’s 2012 Strategy to increase organizational productivity; establish a fundraising strategy; re-engage involvement and influence in the public policy arena; continuously improve all levels of operational systems; identify and recruit experienced board members; strengthen the National/Chapter business model; and manage financial results. The National Conference 2012 to be held in Louisville will also be part of this organizational overview.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Sal’s Chophouse | Tates Creek Road
$20 members | $24 guests
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Evelyn Strange is co-founder and President of AES Advanced Electrical Systems, Inc., one of Kentucky’s leading industrial and commercial electrical contracting firms. AES has grown into one of the largest electrical contractors in the area with a mission to Power the future with sustainable technology. AES is a leader of installing advanced integrated technology features in high profile projects and installed the photovoltaics for the first “net-zero energy” elementary school in the Nation! The company has been listed numerous consecutive years in Business First “Top Lists”: Top Women-Owned Businesses; Areas Largest Electrical Contractors; and ranked one of Largest (18) Woman Owned Businesses.
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