Tax reform is here. As with any economic change, you may be looking at your finances and wondering how you will be impacted. With this new legislation, the tax benefits of your 2018 charitable giving may be impacted, particularly if
Check out our November newsletter, Rising Up and learn how we are joining Forces for Better Tomorrows:AWEE + A New Leaf. Click here to Download Newsletter.
“The partnership will enhance the operation and sustainability of AWEE and expand the footprint and services of A New Leaf across the Valley.” Click here to learn more about the exciting new chapter as we join forces with A New
Arizona Women’s Education & Employment (AWEE) has moved its offices to 4520 N Central Suite 550 Phoenix, AZ 85012. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 8am – 4pm and Friday 8am – 12pm. The new phone number is (602) 601-7200.
“Recruiting and Hiring is one of the biggest challenges that Arizona banks face today,” said ABA Director Member Services Marketing & Communications, Therese Kleinlein. “This training/placement program trains students for a career in the financial services industry.” AWEE and the
After 20 years as President and CEO of Arizona Women’s Education & Employment (AWEE) and with much reflection about the next phase of her life, Marie Sullivan has resigned to pursue new opportunities that leverage her experience as a nonprofit
Writer: Tom Scanlon Photographer: Ben Arnold On the next-to- last day of the year, Amanda Howard was asked, “How was your 2016?” “Oh, wow,” she replied, taking a deep breath to process the question. “It’s been a roller coaster for me
Older women increasingly choose work over retirement Older women are increasingly staying in the workforce, with a 35 percent increase in the number of Arizona women ages 65 and older working past retirement age, according to the U.S.Bureau of Labor
The largest class of BankWork$™ graduates will receive their certificates and be ready to begin careers in the financial industry on Thursday, March 16 in a ceremony at the Heard Museum, 2301 N. Central Avenue in Phoenix. A job fair
Currently featured on the Phoenix Business Journal More women are starting and succeeding as U.S. small-business owners and entrepreneurs than men, yet average annual revenues of women-owned businesses are lower than those of their male counterparts. The 2015 State of