Temren Wroge serves as the Communications Manager for the National Women’s Business Council. She brings communications, policy, grassroots organizing, and nonprofit experience to this position. Previously, Temren worked at Americans For Prosperity (AFP), where she created, drafted, and oversaw the communications strategy for long-term efforts that educate people on impactful policy. She also served as an associate delegate in California – an experience that taught her the benefits of expressing a concise narrative on crucial policies. Prior to joining Americans for Prosperity, Temren worked with another non-profit organization that brings together a network of business and philanthropic leaders to tackle challenges in education, economic growth, and national security.
Temren comes from a family of small business owners – her grandfather migrated to California to provide a better life for his family – and he did so by opening up a small printing business. Her mother started multiple businesses in printing and mailing, and now works as a consultant to help others grow and maintain their businesses. Temren is dedicated to advocating for entrepreneurial women, like her mother.
Temren attended college at California State University, Fullerton where she earned a degree in Psychology with minors in Political Science and English.