Women in the workplace are a force to be reckoned with. Not only do women juggle a load of responsibilities, but they are often faced with challenges in the workplace that their male counterparts rarely experience. In honor of Women’s History Month, we want to take a moment to celebrate HR Anew’s women-owned recognitions and accreditations.
The Daily Record’s Maryland Top 100 Women
Each year, The Daily Record releases a list of the top 100 Maryland women who are making an impact in their communities through leadership, service, and mentoring. Winners are selected by past Top 100 Women and business leaders. HR Anew’s Deborah Stallings made the list of these accomplished women throughout the state.
Baltimore Business Journal’s Enterprising Women
The Baltimore Business Journal fills seats on their Enterprising Women advisory board each year. The BBJ staff looks for women who have demonstrated innovation, perseverance, and great success at their organization. Deborah Stallings has served as one of seven members of their advisory board.
SBA Women in Business Champion
The Small Business Association recognizes Women in Business Champions each year. Deborah Stallings has been recognized in the past. The SBA looks for an individual female who has fulfilled a commitment to the advancement of women’s business ownership.
The Daily Record’s Maryland Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise
The Daily Record created the Top 100 MBE awards to recognize individuals who are minority entrepreneurs. These individuals fuel the region’s economy through innovation, sacrifices and dedication to their community. Deborah Stallings was recognized as one of the leaders who made a significant contribution to clients, her profession, the industry, and the Maryland community.
National Association of Women Business Owners’ Woman of the Year
In 2007, the National Association of Women Business Owners recognized Deborah Stallings as their Woman of the Year. The NAWBO is the only dues-based organization that represents the interests of women entrepreneurs across all industries. The Maryland chapter of NAWBO propels women business owners into greater economic, social, and political spheres of power, both in our community and worldwide.
Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women-owned businesses thrive. HR Anew is a member of this incredible organization that promotes innovation, opens doors, and creates partnerships that fuel the economy.
Women Presidents Organization (WPO)
HR Anew is proud to be a member of the Women Presidents Organization (WPO), a dynamic and diverse collective of women business leaders from around the world. They strive to share insight in groups facilitated to drive game-changing experiences for female leaders.
About HR Anew
Our mission at HR Anew is to excel in delivering insightful, innovative, and impactful equal employment opportunity, workplace education, and training, and human resource management systems and solutions to give back time, create efficiencies, and share curated resources that enhance the evolution and success of organizations and people. HR Anew’s memberships and recognitions at the organizations above set us apart from other Human Resources firms in our state.
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