To Spur Rural Growth and Job Creation, Support Women Entrepreneurs

ByTemren Wroge

To Spur Rural Growth and Job Creation, Support Women Entrepreneurs

By: Barbara Kniff-McCulla/ NWBC Council member

The U.S. Small Business Administration has hosted National Small Business Week in communities across the country for more than 50 years. With more than half of Americans either owning or working for a small business, National Small Business Week provides a great opportunity to appreciate and celebrate the backbone of America’s economy.

Small business owners have a passion for making it happen, and there isn’t much that can get in their way. Rural women’s entrepreneurship is a job creator, a means for local economic development, and a source of empowerment for women seeking stability and independence.

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About the author

Temren Wroge author

Temren Wroge serves as the Communications Manager for the National Women’s Business Council. In this role, she oversees the communications and outreach strategy, manages creative content, and acts as the media liaison for the Council.