For the 13th year in a row, company recognized for its best practices in advancing women's business opportunities
For the 13th year in a row, EFH was named as one of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.
The company was honored on March 22 at WBENC’s annual award ceremony, a gathering that included representatives from more than 1,000 major corporations, government entities and women’s businesses.
During the event WBENC President and CEO Pamela Prince-Eason also presented John Young with the Crystal Leadership Award for his role in advancing women’s business opportunities throughout the EFH network.
“John Young is a pillar of advocacy for women’s businesses,” said Prince-Eason. “He has mobilized a talented advisory team of experts and innovators at EFH that have created opportunities for women entrepreneurs to contribute with valuable products and services.”
WBENC is the leading advocate for and authority on women’s businesses as suppliers to the nation’s corporations and government agencies.