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Jeanette Prenger Appointed to WIPP Board of Directors

WIPP appoints Jeanette Prenger to Board of Directors

WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 30, 2015) – Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), the nation’s largest women’s business group, announces the appointment of new women leaders to the WIPP Board of Directors. Those chosen to serve are prominent women business leaders from across the country with strong track records of success both in business as well as in advocacy. The Board of Directors guides WIPP as it speaks on the priority issues that women business owners face nationwide.

Joining the WIPP Board of Directors:

  • Charlotte Baker of Digital Hands in Tampa, Florida
  • Amber Peebles of Athena Construction Group in Triangle, Virginia
  • Jeanette Prenger of ECCO Select in Kansas City, Missouri
  • Lynn Sutton of Advantage Building Contractors, Inc. in Atlanta, Georgia

“We are delighted to announce the new members to WIPP’s Board of Directors, whose unique perspectives will assist WIPP with development strategies for growth and engagement,” said Barbara Kasoff, WIPP President. “We believe the expertise of this collective group will put the organization on the right trajectory to reach our goals.”

As members of WIPP’s governing board, these leaders will provide strategic counsel on strengthening the impact of women-owned businesses on all branches of government, provide guidance on WIPP programming and member engagement efforts, and be stewards of the organization as it works towards the continued economic empowerment of women.

About WIPP

 Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) is a nonprofit, membership organization working to increase the economic power and public policy clout of women business owners by providing business skills education, leadership opportunities for business and personal growth, and a seat at the table amongst policymakers in Washington, D.C.  Founded in 2001, WIPP is recognized as a national, nonpartisan voice for women entrepreneurs, advocating on behalf of its coalition of 4.7 million businesswomen including 78 business organizations. For more information, please visit