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IWL Women & Money | Women & Ownership
With ownership comes more opportunities for financial freedom, which historically have been withheld from women. Learn about the impact of women-owned and women-operated businesses on the economy and how you can work towards both.

Oct 28, 2021 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Geri Aglipay
Midwest Director / National Women's Entrepreneurship Director @Small Business Majority
Geraldine “Geri” Sanchez Aglipay directs Small Business Majority's national outreach, education, and policy efforts. As a former solo-entrepreneur she is passionate about helping others strengthen their asset building; through entrepreneurship she hopes to build an inclusive economy that works for all, especially women, communities of color and the underserved. Having served on boards such as the American Public Health Association’s Asian Pacific Islander Caucus, she has extensive professional and volunteer experience on issues impacting people of color, especially in areas of public health, civil rights, and civic affairs.
Wendy Baumann
President/CVO @Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC)
Wendy Katherine Baumann serves as President/CVO of The Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation (WWBIC), a statewide economic development corporation. She accepted this challenging position in the community in 1994, providing the leadership required to insure the achievement of WWBIC’s mission and to uphold the philosophy of serving businesses owned by women, minorities and low-wealth individuals in Wisconsin. Wendy K. Baumann served as executive director of The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin in 1987 and 1988. During that time, the chamber was honored as “Hispanic Chamber of the Year” by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. Under her direction, the membership organization was recognized on a state and national level, increasing membership by over 500%. Baumann received master’s and baccalaureate degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and was honored as Graduate of the Last Decade in 1998.
Bonnie Edwards
Tutoring Service Franchise Owner @Club Z! Tutoring Services
Bonnie Edwards earned both her bachelor's and master's degrees at Alverno College, as well as two advanced teaching licenses which helped her fulfill a meaningful teaching career. Stepping out of retirement, she purchased a Club Z! Tutoring Services franchise, which provides in-home and online tutoring to students of all ages throughout the United States. Since her successful grand opening, Bonnie has expanded her franchise and continues to work with several families on plans for growth throughout the new school year.
Anne Marie Arroyo
Restaurant Owner @Moxie/Trouble & Sons Pizzeria
Anne Marie Arroyo has spent fifteen years in the restaurant industry and has always had a passion for hospitality. She is a connected member of the LGBT Chamber of Commerce, through which she worked with the Wisconsin Women’s Business Initiative Corporation to develop her first restaurant, MOXIE. Arroyo and her wife developed their new Italian restaurant, Trouble and Sons, with the community in mind, and by doing so provide a wonderful experience for all to enjoy.