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Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Candace Waterman

As parts of our country continue to grapple with stay-at-home orders and transition through various phases of re-opening, our hearts and thoughts go out to the people who have been affected by these unprecedented times. We appreciate and thank the frontline workers and hope they remain healthy and safe. We also hope you, your teams, and your families are staying safe and healthy as we practice physical distancing and navigate the current environment. 


WIPP has pivoted and repositioned to address the challenges of this global crisis, and we remain steadfast in our mission to advocate on behalf of all women entrepreneurs -- strengthening their impact on our nation’s public policy, creating economic opportunities, and forging alliances with other business organizations.


Explore the tangible advocacy, community, and education benefits WIPP continues to bring to the small business community during this challenging time. If you are not already a WIPP Member, join our organization today to continue to support women and minority business owners. COVID-19 is physically keeping us apart, but we will not stop working toward achieving a more equitable future for all.

 

We are better together.

 

Candace Waterman

WIPP President & CEO

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Advocacy

Throughout this challenging time, WIPP has remained a constant voice for women business owners across the country.  

  • Learn about our recent advocacy actions for all women-owned businesses. 
  • Read the latest WIPP In Action blog posts and insights into the recovery.
  • Access the latest webinars and presentations related to Congressional updates. 

 

Community

By taking advocacy action and attending education events you are part of the larger women-owned business community. 

  • Access WIPP Member resources as well as resources from our strategic partner organizations.
  • Our corporate partners support us through not only funding but also provide procurement opportunities in their supply chains. They participate in our matchmaking sessions, meet with our members individually, host specialized events on how to do business with their organizations, and are always willing to help level the playing field for women business owners in procurement.
  • Our agency partners like the SBA, Department of Treasury, HUD, Department of Defense, U.S. Marine Corps and many others work with WIPP to provide educational and procurement opportunities for our women-owned small businesses.

 

 

Education 

WIPP is hosting free webinars on The Intersectionality of COVID-19 and the Small Business Community. Hear up-to-the-minute business policy and funding information from Capitol Hill. Each webinar will feature the WIPP Advocacy Team, the U.S. Small Business Administration, and a special topic of interest.

These webinars are sponsored by our corporate partners Accenture, Comcast, and Southern California Edison.

 

 

 

Access the Intersectionality Series webinar archive

more Calendar

8/19/2020
WIPP Community Connections - August 2020

9/9/2020
WIPP Advocacy Update - September 2020

9/14/2020
WIPP Intersectionality sERIES

10/14/2020
WIPP Advocacy Update - October 2020

Featured Members
Nancy Goshow (Aber)Partner, Goshow Architects, NYC, NY — May 2020 Member Spotlight
Tina PattersonPrincipal, Jade Solutions, Germantown, MD — August 2020 Member Spotlight

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