The IEEW staff standing in front of the landmark 24-foot-high statue, inside the AT&T global headquarters. The statue is officially named The Spirit of Communication, but is nicknamed “Golden Boy.” The statue was originally placed in 1916 atop the old AT&T headquarters in New York. The winged male figure, poised upon a globe with its arm
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As you plan your calendar for this year, there are several important upcoming events we want you to have on your radar. First up will be our mission to Rwanda from Wednesday, March 20 through Saturday, March 30, which will be led by two of our PEACE THROUGH BUSINESS® mentors, Darcie Harris and Marion Marshall.
NAME: Najiba Alavi COUNTRY: Afghanistan BUSINESS: National Park Guest House Bio Information Najiba was raised an Iranian refugee, and for that reason has always had the dream of being a self-reliant and independent woman. “In Afghanistan I saw a window of opportunity to try my best efforts toward being a
Create Your Small Business Masterpiece by: Susan Wilson Solovic, THE Small Business Expert There’s something about starting a new year that is invigorating. You have a clean canvass upon which to create a masterpiece. But if you remain mired in your old ways of thinking, instead of a masterpiece you may wind up with a
In 1988, I had the privilege to work with the leadership of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) on an important piece of legislation known as HR 5050 – Women Business Ownership Act. In fact, I was present when President Reagan signed HR 5050 into law – what a thrill it was! This