I am a WBENC certified WBE, but not in the WBEC-West region, am I allowed to apply for an ambassador?
How do I apply for an ambassador?
What if I was assigned an Ambassador, and am looking for an additional ambassador?
Can anyone from my organization participate in the Ambassador Program?
What are some of the benefits for being assigned an Ambassador?
I think I was assigned an Ambassador, who do I contact to find out?
I was assigned an Ambassador, but did not connect with them, can I still?
How do I become an Ambassador?
A WBEC-West certified WBE who has been successful in leveraging their certification in both networking and connecting with large corporations.
Ambassadors are active in local and national activities including attending events, members of the Forum Leadership team, committees, and are actively and successfully using their WBENC certification.
All WBEC-West certified WBE’s interested in understanding how to leverage their certification
Unfortunately, no, the program is only available to WBEC-West Certified WBEs. Please contact your local RPO to see if there is a similar program.
WBEC-West certified WBEs are able to submit an online request form found here . If submitted prior to the end of the month, and you are certified with WBEC-West you will receive an email introduction to your ambassador the 7th of the following month.
WBEC-West can only offer you one Ambassador at this time.
No, the program is available to CEO/Owner level women-business owners only. Other representatives are welcome to join the conversation if approved by the Ambassador.
Gives certified WBEC-West WBEs one-on-one time with a seasoned WBE who has been successful in leveraging both their WBENC certification and resources available through WBEC-West and WBENC.
Provides answers to the “I’m certified, What now?’ question.
Helps to clarifying the the ins and outs of being part of the WBEC-West and WBENC
Effectively on boards you and your company into the organization.
Please contact Jessica Reyes at Jessica@wbec-west.org
Ambassador assignments expire after 30 days, if you did not connect with the Ambassador, you will need to apply for a new one. Please only submit the application for a new assignment if you are able to dedicate time to the one-on-one meeting.
If you are interested in becoming an ambassador, you can connect with your local Community Liaison
Arizona - Renae Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org
Southern California & Hawaii – Summer Sepulveda, email@example.com