Washington State Business and Professional Women’s (WSBPW) Foundation transforms
workplaces by strengthening the capacity of organizations and businesses to create
work environments that are inclusive and value the skills and contributions of working
women. A Successful Workplace, as defined by WSBPW Foundation, is one that practices
and embraces work-life balance, equity and diversity.
2015 – 2016 Officers
|Assistant Chair:||Loren E. Leefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nominations Chair:||Bobbie Healyemail@example.com|
|Eldean Montgomery||Margaret Way|
|Kay Bradley Kampsen||Lee Loren|
|Sue Suwiwattanakul||Virginia Murphy|
|Debbie Feist||Georgia Riggleman|
|Robyn Whitaker||Audrey Godwin|
|Susan Tellock||Laurel Winston|
|Jacqueline Petrick Lee||Patricia Falsetto|
|Bobbie Healy||Mike Healy|
WSBPW Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) research and education organization. The work of WSBPW Foundation supports workforce development programs and workplace policies that recognize the diverse needs of working women, communities and businesses. There are two foundations that the BPW/WA Federation is inked with: Washington State BPW (WSBPW) Foundation and BPW/USA Foundation. Both foundations are dedicated to helping women meet their educational needs by way of scholarships and through research, knowledge, and policy.
To partner to create successful workplaces for women, their families and employers.
The primary objective of the Washington State Business & Professional Women’s Foundation is to provide scholarships for women’s education and training.
The legacy of Business and Professional Women began in 1919. Although the organization
has transformed over time, the legacy and vision remain intact.