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Leadership Advisory Council

 

WIPP Leadership Advisory Council

 

About the WIPP Leadership Advisory Council:

WIPP’s Leadership Advisory Council includes WIPP members who are women business owners as well as thought leaders and academics with expertise in entrepreneurship, public policy, and leadership development. The Leadership Advisory Council assists WIPP in the following ways:

  • Provide guidance to WIPP on policy and programming;
  • Promotes WIPP to expand its network of women business owners and to educate stakeholders on WIPP policy and programming efforts;
  • Represents WIPP at events and other activities, at the request of WIPP staff;
  • Serves as a leadership training ground for prospective candidates for the WIPP Board of Directors, WIPP Education Foundation and WIPP International.

 

Opportunity:

Participation on WIPP’s Leadership Advisory Council provides numerous opportunities to WIPP Members:

  • Build relationships with a fantastic group of accomplished women business leaders;
  • Expand your visibility and profile as a leader in your industry and the women entrepreneurship community;
  • Interact with policy makers in Congress and the Administration to create and change policy impacting women in business;
  • Give back to an organization which champions women business owners, like you, every day.

Requirements:

Members of WIPP’s Leadership Advisory Council are required to possess the following:

  • Maintain good standing or upgrade to a WIPP Advocacy Partner membership level ($500/year);
  • Own a business with a minimum of $150,000 in average annual revenues;
  • Commitment to WIPP’s mission, vision, and goals;
  • Knowledge and understanding of the issues and challenges facing the women entrepreneurship community;
  • Previous volunteer leadership or Board experience preferred.

 

Term:

A Council Member will serve a two year term on WIPP’s Leadership Advisory Board and may renew as requested by WIPP leadership.

 

Time Commitment:

WIPP Leadership Advisory Council Members are requested to participate at four (4) meetings per year – two in person meeting and two via teleconference. In addition, the WIPP Executive Director will communicate with Council Members as needed on projects during the course of the year.

Selection Process:

Candidates for the WIPP Leadership Advisory Council are selected and appointed by the WIPP Executive Director and Chair of the Leadership Advisory Council. The WIPP Board of Directors and other Council Members can make recommendations for prospective candidates and candidates can self-nominate. A number of factors go into the selection of Council Members including industry/business type, expertise, and WIPP programming and policy objectives.

 

If you are interested in participating on the WIPP Leadership Advisory Council, please fill out the LAC Application and send your resume & bio to Pam Woo at pwoo@wipp.org



 

2017 Leadership Advisory Council

 

 Courtney Fairchild

 Global Services

 Chair

 

 

      

 

 

     

 

 

 

 Misty Mayes

 Management Solutions

 Vice Chair

 

   

 

    

 

 

 

Roz Alford, WIPP WIPP Managing Director
Tina Baker, Cadence Group Associates At Large
Jennifer Bisceglie, Interos Solutions At Large
Jane Campbell, WIPP WIPP President
Charlotta Carter, GRI Technology Solutions At Large
Anne Chambers, RED212 At Large
Isabel Chancellor, IngenuitE At Large
Megan Connor, PilieroMazza At Large
Denita Conway, PROVEN Management At Large
Erica Courtney, 2020vet At Large
Angela Dingle, Ex Nihilo Management Chair, WIPP Education Foundation
Amina Elgouacem, NEOSTEK At Large
Lisa Firestone, Managed Care Advisors Chair, WIPP Board of Directors
Komal Goyal, 6e Technologies At Large
Evelyn Graham, Presynct Technologies At Large
Patricia Greene, Babson College At Large
Sharon Hadary, Sharon Hadary & Co. At Large
Janice Hamilton, JMH Education Marketing At Large
Towan Isom, Isom Global Strategies At Large
Rhonda Johnson, End2End Technical Solutions At Large
Jessica Johnson-Cope, Johnson Security Bureau At Large
Barbara Kasoff WIPP President Emeritus
Meena Krishnan, Inoventures At Large
Virginia Littlejohn, Quantum Leaps At Large
Leeanna Lozada, Providence Pediatric Medical DayCare At Large
Lourdes Martin-Rosa, Government Business Solutions At Large
Carol McCrae, C.A. McCrae, CPA At Large
Amy Millman, Springboard Enterprises At Large
Mary Nittolo, the STUDIO At Large
Maria Panichelli, Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman At Large
Fran Pastore, Women's Business Development Council At Large
Desiree Patno, National Association of Women in Real Estate Businesses At Large
Tina Patterson, Jade Solutions At Large
Marjorie Perry, MZM Construction & Management Company At Large
Lynn Petrazzuolo, Avanti Corporation At Large
Ann Ramakumaran, Ampcus At Large
Julie Rothhouse, SynaVoice At Large
Michele Ruiz, Ruiz Strategies At Large
Ann Sullivan, Madison Services Group WIPP Government Relations
Sallie Mullins Thompson, Sallie Mullins Thompson CPA At Large

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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