The Southwest Florida Women’s Foundation transferred today an innovative human trafficking data program to the State Attorney’s Office. The program was developed by the Women’s Foundation in cooperation with the Southwest Florida Human Task Force under the leadership of the 20th Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office.
What happens when you hear the word networking? If you're struggling with networking and finding the right customers and clients this episode is for you! Use these three strategies to get over your networking fears!
We'd like to thank EILEEN FISHER for supporting our work and mission with a $3,000 Human Rights Grant!
EILEEN FISHER is a US-based women's clothing company with strong values around human rights, environmental sustainability, and support of women and girls.
Have you been thinking about starting a business, but maybe you’re saying to yourself?
"There’s too much competition out there, I don’t know how I would measure up.”
Business Coach, Darcy Eikenberg will dispel the three most
Coach Darcy Eikenberg for B3 for Women talks about the three things, fear, worry and stress that get in the way of starting, growing and succeeding in business
#GivingTuesday is a global movement that unites people and countries by celebrating our capacity to give back to our communities. Here are four ways you can Elevate Southwest Florida women and girls on this joyful day of giving!
Have you ever wondered if this is the time to start your own business?
Why Now? There are three great reasons why now is the best time to start a business.
First, our community needs you! There are many women-owned businesses in Florida, but they don’t make-up enough of our economy.
Today we're going to answer the question "How do you get clear on the business you want to start?"
There are 3 strategies you can use to clarify your business ideas.
We understand many Southwest Florida residents are emotionally and physically exhausted from the stress of the preparations and the impact of the storm. We have compiled a list of resources for anyone who may be in need of assistance.
Naples Resident, and single mother of five, Marianela has a goal, to become a Physician to deliver care to underserved populations.
According to Marianela,
"Working full time, going to school and taking care of a family of five can cause financial stress. The help from the Matched Savings for Education program takes some of the financial burden off my shoulders, especially during summer when some grants are not available."
The U.S. Congress recently took steps to close the loophole that currently makes it legal for internet businesses like BackPage.com to advertise and sell children for sex. This positive action to amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act was met with immediate opposition by Google and other well-funded tech company lobbyists.Here are 6 myths and facts you should be aware of regarding the tech industry’s obstruction of section 230 legislation.
The investment in educational attainment for women is a key workforce development strategy at the Women's Foundation of Southwest Florida. However, helping women achieve an education can also mean helping the men in their life.