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USWCC | Meetings & Events

There are a number of USWCC meetings and training opportunities coming up. 

>>WOSB/EDWOSB Federal Contracting & Certification Update - Webcast & Teleconference - August 23, 2011

Reports & Media

Recent reports and media coverage center on Healthcare Reform and Federal Contracting

U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce reports on the largest opportunity loss for women business owners in history.

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Healthcare Reform:  An  American Values Imperative

 Supporting individual quality of life and American business competitiveness through healthcare reform.
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Economic Leadership

The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce redefines leadership, power and influence to drive women's economic advancement.

The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce is the independent force behind an economic revolution in America.  With bold and deeply strategic steps, the USWCC is changing the American economic landscape forever.  The USWCC positions women at a more influential, strategic level than ever before working on top tier economic issues from a woman's point of view.

We're sponsored by the collective interests, aspirations and needs of our members -- not by corporate funds or political lobbyists.   This trusted, independence enables us to advocate purely towards the best interests of our members.  We're always on your side.

The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce views economic advancement from a 360 point of view providing you with trusted education, a revolutionary new economic engine, resources, and strong, clear advocacy on issues that matter.

We drive economic opportunities from an authentic, trusted, sustainabile position.


 Examples of USWCC | Leadership in Action

USWCC CEO Margot Dorfman on the Hill Fighting for Affordable Healthcare Reform
(July 2009)

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USWCC CEO Margot Dorfman's testimony before the U.S. House of Representatives Small Business Committee on October 28. 2008 regarding the need for small business assistance during the economic downturn