Women in Business Roundtable – Hillary Boyce Doriguzzi, USWCC Stellar Award Winner
The statistics show:
- Women own 9.9 million U.S. firms representing 35.76% of all U.S. firms
- Women-owned firms produce only 4.23% of all U.S. revenues.
- The failure of women-owned firms to produce revenues commensurate with our male counterparts creates an annual opportunity loss of over $10 trillion dollars.
- 70% of women-owned firms have annual receipts of less than $25,000.
- Only 10% of women-owned firms have employees
And for women of color, the number are far worse!
As we continue to address some of these issues, we are announcing the 2017 Women in Business Roundtable Web Series. This forum for discussion on business growth will provide women with the ability to learn from those who have overcome obstacles to grow their firms.
Join us on the second Tuesday each month at 1:30pm Eastern to hear from 2017 USWCC Women Contractor Award Winners. This interview series will highlight the struggles and successes of each Award Winner which ultimately lead to her business growth.
This Month’s Guest
Hillary Boyce Doriguzzi, Owner, ProHill Services LLC
Mrs. Hillary Boyce Doriguzzi is the owner of ProHill Services LLC, a small woman and veteran owned and HUBZone certified government contracting company that provides professional services and staff augmentation. She founded ProHill Services in 2015 and since that time has been awarded numerous prime competitive contracts. Core competencies include Family Support, Administrative, Logistics, Language and Program Management Support staff and solutions. Customers include the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Air National Guard, Military Entrance Processing Command, Marine Corps, and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Mrs. Boyce Doriguzzi was the 2016 awardee for the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce’s Emerging Star award. In January 2017, ProHill Services was announced as a winner for the 2016 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® In The Nation by the National Association for Business Resources due to results of displaying commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Mrs. Boyce Doriguzzi is a U.S. Army and National Guard veteran. She volunteers to serve her community while serving on the Board of Directors with the Women in Defense of the Greater Hampton Roads and supports the Small Business Programs for the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) Hampton Roads chapter. Mrs. Boyce Doriguzzi resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia and is a proud mother of three boys and a wife to a U.S. Marine veteran.
Date & Time
Tuesday, May 9, 2017. 1:30 – 2:30 pm Eastern Standard Time
Registration & Fees
This meeting is Complimentary to Advocate, Business and Supplier level members. The fee for Individual members is $35*.
*Payment includes an Advocate membership for anyone who is not currently a paid membership.