This report brings together data, research, and lessons learned to guide the development of successful and lasting partnerships between the business and early childhood education communities. In surveys, focus groups, and interviews, we asked business leaders and early education advocates about what compels them to action. Our recommendations are grounded in that qualitative and quantitative research.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation works to promote and empower women business leaders to achieve their personal and professional goals by increasing opportunities for women to serve on corporate boards and in the C-suite; mentoring women at all stages of their careers; and building a network for women entrepreneurs to encourage peer-to-peer networking, education, and professional growth.
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There is a growing recognition that the private sector, from multinational corporations to microenterprises, will be central in helping to achieve the agenda of women’s economic empowerment.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are essential to the U.S. economy and to sustainable long-term economic growth. STEM education and STEM employment are both crucial.
CWB’s latest research highlights the growing impact of women entrepreneurs and small business owners on the American economy.
CWB’s 2013 report examines the best practices of Fortune 1000 companies that are good at promoting and developing women at the board, C-suite, and management levels.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s newest research report, From Millions to Billions: Scaling Up Women’s Empowerment Globally investigates the status of women-owned businesses in Mexico and offers global companies ways they can integrate them into their supply chains.
Women in business are taking on more leadership positions throughout America’s free enterprise system. Their talent and leadership are critical to our economy’s success and the development of a 21st century workforce. In partnership with Georgetown University's Dr. Catherine Tinsley, the U.S.