The Alliance of Woman Entrepreneurs (AWE)
AWE is a professional-development non-profit organization dedicated to the support of high-growth businesses founded or led by women. Since its inception in 1996, AWE membership has grown to become the largest network of high-growth women entrepreneurs, C-Level women executives, capital ventures and other organizations who support entrepreneurship in the Mid-Atlantic Region. They provide a comprehensive year-round calendar of educational programs and networking events designed to identify, cultivate, and inspire women entrepreneurs.
The Foundation for the History of Woman in Medicine (FHWIM)
FHWIM is a non-profit charitable organization that focuses on its mission to promote and preserve the history of women in medicine and the medical sciences through specific programmatic initiatives. Current nation-wide initiatives include oral history projects, research fellowships, historical data processing grants and recognition awards for pioneering women in the field of medicine or medical sciences. Student scholarships are also available for female medical students at Drexel University through a special bequest.
Greater Philadelphia Executive Claims Council (GPECC)
GPECC is a professional-development non-profit organization for Pennsylvania insurance claims and risk management professionals. Members share best practices and personal experiences to address problems with creative solutions, serve as a continuing education credit resource for the claims and risk management fields at large, and come together to develop white-paper opinions that impact legislative and regulatory matters that govern and affect their industry. Additional member value includes education and connection through website access to the latest industry news and opinions. Programs include monthly Power Hour discussions, bi-annual half-day educational seminars and industry networking events.
Kids’ Chance of America (KCOA)
KCOA is a non-profit charitable organization that was founded for the purpose of creating, assisting and supporting state-level Kids’ Chance organizations and similar programs throughout the United States that provide educational opportunities and scholarships for families of workers who are severely or fatally injured on the job. Through the creation of its Advisory Board, Council of State Organizations, and Annual Meeting program, KCOA has established significant national-level visibility and support. KCOA promotes the sharing of successful ideas and is unifying best practices and branding strategies for the continued advancement of the Kids’ Chance mission. KCOA currently represents 32 state organizations and has provided, since inception, more that 13 million in scholarship support.
Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania (KCPA)
KCPA is a charitable non-profit organization that provides scholarship grants for college and vocational education to children of Pennsylvania workers who have been killed or seriously injured in a work-related accident. In addition to the scholarship student selection and awards processes, the organization also holds regular awareness events and attends industry-related conferences to promote their scholarship opportunities, solicit and acknowledge sponsors, and increase visibility.
Pennsylvania Self-Insurers’ Association (PSIA)
PSIA was established in 1922 to serve businesses in Pennsylvania who choose to self-insure their workers compensation coverage. Members share a common dedication to the improvement and protection of Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation laws and regulations, and come together for education opportunities and unification that helps them to maximize the operational benefits of self-insuring. PSIA programs include an Annual Conference and Regional Meetings that consist of educational discussions and networking opportunities for self-insurers and the services providers that support them.
The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC)
DBCC is a non-profit organization created to raise awareness of breast health issues in Delaware through outreach, education and support to help facilitate early detection and treatment of breast cancer. DBCC has developed and implemented programs tailored to the unique needs of different populations. DBCC has trained health care providers to provide culturally competent care, and has conducted many educational sessions for the general public. In addition, DBCC has referred thousands of uninsured adults for free and low-cost cancer screenings, and has removed barriers to cancer screenings and treatment by providing interpretation, transportation, and support services. This client is a project based-fee for service client in strategic planning and fundraising.View Our Past Clients