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International Women's Day: Accelerating Progress for Women

Updated: 4 days ago

MARCH 2024


 

Message from the CEO

 

Dear ATS Community,


This month, we celebrate Women's History Month in the US and observe International Women's Day globally on March 8th - a day to recognize women's achievements without any divisions based on nationality, ethnicity, language, culture, economy, or politics.


At ATS+Partners, we work with mission-driven clients to help them achieve sustainable results. As an organization founded by a woman of color, we are committed to supporting the diversity, and social and financial goals of these organizations.


“Women belong in all places where decisions are being made.”

― Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Supreme Court Justice, emphasized women's right to be in positions of power.


Celebrating women is not just one day, but should be throughout the month and the year. As an organization committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we pledge to support Goal 5: Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. Here are helpful resources to get you started:


Helpful resources of the month

Supporting this cause is easier than you might think. One simple way to help is by supporting the women who work for you. Our team can help if you have any questions or need specific guidance. Just reach out to us today at info@atspartners.org. We want to make it easy for you to make a difference.


 

CEO On The Go!

 

CDC's Small Business Engagement Summit: Building Bridges with Small Businesses


In the picture (from left to right): Gwendolyn Miles, Small Business Specialist; Arielle Douglas, Deputy Director; Shannon Jackson, Executive Director; and our CEO, Aquila Leon-Soon at the CDC Small Business Engagement Summit: Building Bridges with Small Businesses event last February 20, 2024.

On February 20, 2024, our CEO and Founder, Aquila Leon-Soon, had the opportunity to join the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)'s Small Business Engagement Summit: Building Bridges with Small Businesses event in Atlanta, Georgia, a two-day training event that brought together small and socioeconomic businesses and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) acquisition community for engaging discussions, educational sessions, and networking opportunities.


In the picture (from left to right): Gwendolyn Miles, Small Business Specialist; Arielle Douglas, Deputy Director; Shannon Jackson, Executive Director; and our CEO, Aquila Leon-Soon.


Ready to meet our CEO in person? Aquila is on the go this month, and she might be in your area soon. Reach out to schedule a time to meet, and your coffee (or tea) is on us!


 

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