The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce maintains a number of Councils to organize our efforts, share news and information and connect our members. We encourage members to take part in USWCC | Councils as we focus our power to shape our world.
(Eligibility: Business and Supplier Members)
- The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce is the national leader for women in business. Working together, we learn, connect to tools & resources, advocate and support the advancement of women business owners. Business Council Members attend meetings and events, prepare their businesses for success, connect with resources, build relationships with key contacts and take action through advocacy to ensure policies benefit their firms.
(Eligibility: Supplier Members)
- The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce is the national leader for women in business seeking access to contracts. USWCC | Supplier Members may join the USWCC | Supplier Council to take advantage of the relationship we have with the Federal Agencies and Large Prime Contractors. Engage with us to access federal contracts by participating in FedCon Optimization, many special-focus ConnectWORKS that link businesses with specific federal and local government agencies and resources and the USWCC Sourcing Clusters. Supplier Council Members attend meetings and events, prepare their businesses for success in the federal marketplace, build relationships with key contacts and take action through advocacy to ensure policies benefit their firms.
(Eligibility: All Members)
- The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce is committed the advancement of economic growth for women and small businesses. To that end, we work on behalf of women workers as well as women-owned businesses in accordance with the Women’s Economic Priorities. The USWCC Policy Council is made up of USWCC Members at all levels who take action by attending meetings and events, building relationships with their congressional representatives and educating their networks and congressional leaders. Additionally there are often opportunities to testify before congress and speak to the media on these important economic issues.
(Eligibility: All Members)
- The U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce works strategically to advance the Women’s Economic Priorities. By effectively focusing our leadership, political giving and votes -- we will push past the tipping point and finally breakthrough the status quo. With women's focused leadership at all levels of government and business, we will achieve greater economic security, opportunity and advancement, family-friendly work environments, women-owned business growth, retirement security, equal rights and human rights. In order to be represented fully, we need to take the lead.
The USWCC I Vote for Women Council is comprised of USWCC Members at all levels who understand that, to truly have policies that benefit our economic growth, we must have congressional leaders who will take acting to advance our economic growth. Together we will work with partner groups, associations, individuals, women currently in elected office and leaders across the U.S., to dramatically energize the focus on electing the candidates who share our values and agenda to public office. The IVote Council will engage by attending meetings and events, building relationships with candidates and carry our message to their networks and those running for office. Additionally there are often opportunities to and speak to the media on these important economic issues.