PRLog - June 7, 2012 - SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio -- The National Chapter of Women Entrepreneurs of America was founded in 2002 by Yolanda Lamar-Wilder with the primary mission of assisting women entrepreneurs in starting and sustaining businesses nationally. Since WEA was created, the organization has grown into a well-established force of global chapters fighting to assist disadvantaged women entrepreneurs in America. WEA is proud to be a leader in research and knowledge dissemination entrepreneurship and providing women in business with the necessary skills needed to run and maintain a business.
Cynthia L. Hatcher, WEA COO
Cynthia L. Hatcher has risen from a troubled past to become one of the nation’s most recognized entrepreneurs. Her career started when she began writing and encouraging others through her words. Her most notable book is The Abuser’s Daughter from Survival to Victory.
In addition to being the Chief Operating Officer of Women Entrepreneurs of America; she is also the proprietor of HATCHBACK Publishing, she is also the Founder/CEO of Dare to Dream LLC and the Founder/CEO of Dream It, Live It where she serves as an Inspirational Goal Strategist Coach.
Cynthia L. Hatcher joined Women Entrepreneurs of America in August of 2011 and is currently the President of the Flint Chapter of WEA. She is a native of Michigan and currently married to Richard Hatcher. They are the proud parents of three children and five grandchildren.
Hatcher’s recent appointment to the National Chapter of Women Entrepreneurs of America is a well-deserved acknowledgment of all the help she has provided to many women over the years. Her appointment comes just as Women Entrepreneurs of America is set to celebrate their 10th anniversary at WEA’s National Women’s Conference to be held later this year.
About Women Entrepreneurs of America:
Women Entrepreneurs of America is the nation’s leading authority on empowering and supporting women run businesses. Founded in 2002, they have been assisting women entrepreneurs in starting and sustaining businesses across America.
In 2005, Women Entrepreneurs of America received national recognition for their landmark study of their Reentry Initiative Program, Project Return and in assisting women in transition. This study was responsible for exposing the harsh plight of America’s reentry concerns of ex-offenders returning to the community. WEA has also developed programs aimed at identifying and offering solutions that work to assist startup businesses, reentry initiatives and youth mentoring.
Yolanda Lamar-Wilder – (Founder)
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