Here's who you'd be joining.

The Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)
The Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) leads the mid-Atlantic region in advancing high-growth businesses founded by women. Through its powerful network, access to funding, and community of role models, AWE identifies companies with the potential to scale and helps them grow. We are proud of our members who have founded innovative ventures that have resulted in significant growth and economic impact. Learn More…

Change is Simple
From the food we eat, to the energy we use and products we buy, each of our daily actions adds up to leave an impact on our world. Dozens of small changes can be made to live more sustainably. Change is Simple as created a supercharged STEM program for elementary schools using real-world science learning tools, project-based learning and workshops led by college science students to inspire children to think differently & lead their families in living more sustainably and support our planet.  Learn More…

Greater Philadelphia Executive Claims Council (GPECC)
The Greater Philadelphia Executive Claims Council (GPECC) is a network hub where professionals in the claims, risk management, and insurance industries can share best practices, solve problems creatively, and provide educational resources primarily within the field of claims. Learn More…

Kids’ Chance of America (KCOA)
KCOA is a nonprofit charitable organization that was founded for creating, assisting and supporting state-level Kids’ Chance organizations and similar programs throughout the United States that provide educational opportunities and scholarships for families of workers who are severely or fatally injured on the job. Through the creation of its Advisory Board, Council of State Organizations, and Annual Meeting program, KCOA has established significant national-level visibility and support. KCOA promotes the sharing of successful ideas and is unifying best practices and branding strategies for the continued advancement of the Kids’ Chance mission. KCOA currently represents 43 state organizations and has provided, since inception, more that 20 million in scholarship support. Learn More…

Pennsylvania Self-Insurers’ Association (PSIA)
PSIA was established in 1922 to serve businesses in Pennsylvania who choose to self-insure their workers compensation coverage. Members share a common dedication to the improvement and protection of Pennsylvania’s Workers’ Compensation laws and regulations, and come together for education opportunities and unification that helps them to maximize the operational benefits of self-insuring. PSIA programs include an Annual Conference and Regional Meetings that consist of educational discussions and networking opportunities for self-insurers and the services providers that support them. Learn More…

The Women in Medicine Legacy Foundation
The Women in Medicine Legacy Foundation, formerly the Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine, was founded with the strong belief that understanding our history plays a powerful role in shaping our future. The resolute stand women took to establish their place in these fields propels our vision forward. We serve as stewards to the stories from the past and take pride in sharing them with the women of today. Our mission is to preserve and promote the history of women in medicine and the medical sciences, and we look forward to connecting you to our collective legacy that will empower our future. Learn More

Past Clients


  • Alumnae and Alumni Association of MCP Hahnemann University School of Medicine

  • Coventry Christian Schools, Inc.

  • Friends School Haverford

  • Kids’ Chance of America

  • Kids’ Chance of Pennsylvania, Inc.

  • Kimberton Waldorf School

  • La Salle University

  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Pottstown Public Library

  • Prestige Academy

  • Trust Fund of the Alumnae/Association of WMC/MCP

Health and Disease Specific

  • Attention Deficit Disorder Association

  • Center for Grieving Children and Families

  • Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc.

  • Christopher’s Foundation for Children

  • United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation

Professional Associations

  • AWE (formerly WIN)

  • Building Owners and Managers Association of Philadelphia

  • Greater Philadelphia Executive Claims Council

  • Institute of Management Accountants, Greater Philadelphia Chapter

  • Philadelphia Human Resource Planning Society

  • Pottstown Downtown Foundation

  • Pottstown Downtown Improvement District Authority

  • Pottstown Planning Commission

Social Services

  • Ricketts Community Collaborative Board

  • Youth and Family Services of the Upper Perkiomen Valley

  • Stray Cat Blues, Inc.

  • Citizens for Juvenile Justice

Arts, Religious, Historic

  • The American Baptist Extension Corporation

  • First Presbyterian Church Endowment Fund

  • Schuylkill River Greenway Association