We are proud to spotlight the Top Leading Women Entrepreneurs who were courageous enough to imagine a better life and than to make it happen. We honor their innovation, drive and commitment as an essential to the continued growth of American business. The Leading Women Entrepreneurs (LWE) program was developed for the purpose of acknowledging female business owners who exhibit outstanding performance in: Innovation, Market Potential, Advocacy for Women and Community Involvement. Some examples are below.
Leading Women Entrepreneurs are women supporting numerous non-profits, employing thousands, and generating billions. We hope that learning about these powerful journeys is enough to inspire many others. Join us in our mission and nominate amazing women entrepreneurs at LWEWORLD.com.
When the Russians hacked into Citibank in 1994, Alta helped build the first ever information security organization. 20 years later, Alta is recruiting Chief Information Security Officers and the teams that support them for companies that are the targets of sophisticated cyber-attacks.
Supporting bio/pharmaceutical companies through a daunting regulatory landscape is not new territory for Phoenix founders Tracy Doyle and Angela Fiordilino. Phoenix is a full-service medical communications and integration partner to manufacturers. Its proprietary processes and software have more than a decade of proven success in the field.
ADOVOCACY FOR WOMEN
After almost 20 years of recruiting in a male dominated industry, Joyce Brocaglia founded the Executive Women's Forum (EWF) which has become the largest member organization dedicated to advancing women in Information Security, Risk Management & Privacy. EWF helps women to not only achieve their professional goals but to fulfill their personal dreams.