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ClearPath Workforce Management CEO Appointed Co-chair of Northern California Leadership Forum for Woman Owned Business Alliance
Date:4/24/2013

Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) April 24, 2013

Renee Fink, President and CEO of ClearPath Workforce Management, has been appointed as co-chair of Astra's Northern California Leadership Forum. This prestigious position reflects Fink’s commitment to enhancing the opportunities for diversity companies to grow their businesses.

The Leadership Forum represents a partnership and a powerful link between Astra and WBENC, the national organization for women that provides certification. Led by successful women business owners from the north-west – the Astra Leadership Forum represents the views of its members, communicating with WBENC, as well as connecting local women-owned businesses so that they can network, share ideas and offer solutions. All of these efforts working together help to create opportunities for women business owners so they can promote their companies, build relationships and generate more business.

ClearPath, a leading HRO with a focus on contingent/temporary labor compliance and engagement, has been a certified Women Business Enterprise since 2011. ClearPath was recently named inside the top 100 woman-owned businesses in the US by DiversityBusiness.com.

“It is very rewarding to work with Astra to help promote other women business owners,” said Fink. “The women on the Northern California Leadership Committee are an incredible and impressive group of women business owners with a wealth of knowledge and a willingness to help others. It’s a privilege to serve in this role.”

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ClearPath is a leading certified woman-owned HRO with a focus on the contingent labor market. With over 20 years of experience in delivering contractor engageme
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