THE FUTURE IS INDiGENOUS WOMEN
SYSTEMS NEED CHANGE
AMPLIFY & SUPPORT
Native Women Lead: The Movement
Harvard University collaborates with Native Women Lead to build mentorship initiative
Kim Gleason & Jaclyn Roessel Discuss Native Women’s Business Summit with Cecile
Six NM entrepreneurs selected for national startup accelerator
Episode 2 of Portraits in Color with Native Women Lead Co-Founder, Vanessa Roanhorse.
Welcome to a special season of Pitch Makeover, recorded at the Native Women’s Business Summit.
Native Women Lead Releases Report on American Indian Women in Business
Native Business Women
Summit aims to support, catalyze Native businesswomen
First-Ever Native Business Summit is Sold-Out
A huge THANK YOU to our 2019 SPONSORS!
2019 Partners & Allies
1. American Express. (2017). The 2017 State of Women Owned Businesses Report. Retrieved from https://wbecsouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/AMEXStateofWOB2017.pdf
2. Anderson, J. (September 2016) Breadwinner Mothers by Race/Ethnicity and State. Institute for Women's Policy Research, Quick Figures IWPR# Q054. Retrieved from https://iwpr.org/wp-content/uploads/wpallimport/files/iwpr-export/publications/Q054.pdf
3. Patrick, K., & Tucker, J. (September 2017) Equal Pay for Native Women. National Women's Law Center Fact Sheet. Retrieved from https://nwlc.org/resources/equal-pay-for-native-women-2017/
4. Rosay, A.B. (May 2016) Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women and Men: 2010 Findings from the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, NCJ# 249736. Retrieved from https://nij.gov/journals/277/Pages/violence-against-american-indians-alaska-natives.aspx