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A book talk, jazz music, and more by author and EWI board member Howard Feinstein! A Community Pause Event at Studio Pause 2421, 26th Road South, Arlington, VA 22206 Saturday February 22nd, 2014 6-8pm Free! Light refreshments will be served. Bring friends
Our ETS class started off the New Year learning about taxes and legal protections from the area’s finest lawyers and certified public accountants. Our expert panel covered establishing a business entity, drawing up contacts, protecting intellectual property and paying taxes.
Lloyd McCormick is an international development consultant with ChildFund International “Marga Fripp and I worked together in Romania, so I always had a strong admiration and respect for her talents and abilities. I also believe in the focus of EWI’s programs.
Best wishes to all in the EWI community for a most bountiful New Year! As an organization, we made unprecedented strides in 2013. We established exciting new programs (including Grow My Business, our Writers Circle, and many others); brought on
Capital One’s John Villar, Vice President of Business Banking, and Kate Marty, Manager of Business Banking, gave our entrepreneurs another reason to be grateful this holiday season. They opened up a recent ETS class with a much-appreciated presentation on pricing strategies
EWI’s Holiday Gift Marketplace at The Whittemore House was warm, welcoming, and full of great energy for all! It was a very special day that allowed us to highlight the bounty of talents, gifts and creativity women entrepreneurs bring to
This short film was for Nneka and Dicey Scroggins, a labor of love. It is a tribute to the Spring 2013 ETS class. The five women featured here share a little about their experience together as classmates. We are
Empowered Women International creates jobs and economic opportunity for immigrant, refugee, low-income and at-risk women in the Greater Washington DC Metro Area through entrepreneurship training, mentoring, access to market and capital, so they can rebuild their lives and become agents