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Category: Women and Minority Issues

We must teach our children more about finances, cashflow and entrepreneurship, and Camille talks with Jim about what the contribution the WPO is making in this area.
Ruth King
What does it take to be a good and effective boss? Ruth talks with Jim about what good bosses know about working with people. <br></["br"]>
Janet Christy
What do women-owned businesses need to know to do business with government organizations and government contractors? Janet talks with Jim about this question and offers excellent advice on the topic of women-owned businesses getting certified to do business with the government.
Terry Neese
Women are doing great as small business owners, but not so well when it comes to getting government contracts. Terry joins Jim to explain this issue and what women can do about it.
Mary Cantando
Mary and Jim begin their visit talking about the size of the economy created by U.S. small businesses, and then move on to talk about the importance for women-owned businesses to look into becoming certified to do business with larger corporations and the federal government.
Focusing on core competencies is critical for all entrepreneurs, and Ann talks with Jim about why this is especially true for women.
Nan Mooney
Why aren't women more supportive of each other? What do women have to do to help each other and themselves? Nan talks about this with Jim, and Jim tries to make sure he doesn't get himself into trouble with this topic.
Beverly Inman-Ebel
It's Women's History Month and Beverly talks with Jim about the women who are important in our history, as well as what is being done to help the women of the present and future.
Barbara Kasoff
There is a bill before the House of Representatives that if passed, would provide a tax credit for angel investors who invest in small businesses, and Barbara joins Jim to talk about the details and what has to be done to get this bill through.
Marsha and Jim talk about the strength of the U.S. economy, women business owners, and which generation of women have the most money right now.

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