Enterprising women

Brody, Loren
April 1999
Westchester County Business Journal;04/05/99, Vol. 38 Issue 14, p1
Focuses on an entrepreneurial assistance program for women on welfare in Westchester County, New York. Public-private partnership of the Westchester Association of Women Business Owners, the Westchester County Association Inc., Westchester Community College and the state Division for Women-Lower Hudson Advisory Council; Components of the Women's Enterprise Project.


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