New York, NY (PRWEB) June 7, 2010
Jocelyn Nager, Esq. President of Frank, Frank, Goldstein & Nager PC, a certified WBE company, is to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award presented by NAWBO-NYC (National Association of Women Business Owners – New York City Chapter).
The award will be presented to Ms. Nager at NAWBO-NYC’s 18th Annual Signature Awards Reception, June 8th at the Louis K. Meisel Gallery, 141 Prince Street, New York City. The Signature Awards, established in 1992, is a premiere event to honor remarkable women business pioneers who have left their unique mark – their “signature” – on the business community.
Ms. Nager leads a rapidly growing law firm where she began her career as an associate. The firm is devoted to debt collection, serving both major corporations and premier legal and accounting firms. She exemplifies her role as a woman entrepreneur by her stewardship of her law firm, her work in business and industry associations and as the mother of two young children.
Along with her responsibilities of managing and growing her firm and raising two children, she fulfills her personal commitment to helping others with her work on a steering committee at WPEO (Women Presidents’ Educational Organization), as an active member in NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners), board member of EANYC (Executives’ Association of New York City) and participation in industry associations ISM (Institute for Supply Management) and IACC (International Association of Commercial Collectors).
For information on the 2010 Signature Awards or to learn more about the National Association of Women Business Owners, contact the NAWBO-NYC office at 212-252-1100 or visit http://www.nawbonyc.org.
About NAWBO-New York City – “Where Success Happens”
The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), empowers, inspires and promotes the interest of female entrepreneurs at all levels. NAWBO New York City is a unified voice for women of diverse industries and backgrounds; the organization seeks to effect social, political and economic change. Since 1985, NAWBO New York City has been the collective backbone of the city's 330,000 women business owners, who generate nearly $65 billion in sales annually. NAWBO New York City is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, a dues-based national organization representing the interests of women entrepreneurs in all industries, with nearly 80 chapters nationwide.