Member – Certified Woman-Owned Business.
June 2013 – Present
National Certification for Women-Owned Businesses which ensures that a private, for-profit, company is truly owned and controlled by a woman. The National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC) has led the way for women business owners to obtain WBE Certification. Created in 1995, NWBOC was established to increase competition for corporate and government contracts through implementation of a national certification program for women business owners. The development of our national Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) certification program, sponsored by IBM, involved cooperation and input from over 700 public and private sector individuals. The result was the creation of the WBE Application, the process, and the NWBOC Standards and Procedures.
Strategic Partner / Value Added Reseller
September 2013 – Present
Azalea Health is a leading provider in cloud-based electronic health records software (EHR), practice management software (PM), and revenue cycle management services (RCM). Our mission is to improve patient care by providing the highest level of innovative technologies, solutions, and services to the healthcare community.
PAST Certified Academic Partner
January 2013 – 2018 (not currently affiliated)
The ACMSS is a non-profit 501(c)6 organization devoted to advancing the education, proficiency, and professional standing of medical scribes. They are the only governing body charged with upholding the standards of excellence for certification, accreditation, training, and evaluation. This distinction underscores the individual commitment and certifies the mastery of the myriad skills required to assist physicians with real-time documentation and efficiency in the modern clinical environment.
Past Approved School – closed
January 2009 – 2019
Leading Higher Education. The Kansas Board of Regents shall pursue measurable continuous improvement in the quality and effectiveness of the public postsecondary educational system in Kansas, while expanding participation for all qualified Kansans. To achieve that mission, the Board will demand accountability, focus resources, and advocate powerfully.
Past Member, past president of NAWBO Wichita, and board member.
There are more than 80 US Chapters of NAWBO. It is a national non-profit organization of more than 7,000 members that represents women business owners across all industries. Since 1975, NAWBO has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy. For more information, visit nawbo.org
January 2009 – December 2019