Statement from the RBWN Board
RBWN leadership stands in solidarity with those protesting in opposition to the systemic racism - public, private, and institutional - that permeates American society. Further, we support the Black Lives Matter movement's call for transformative change that will achieve racial and economic justice for Black Americans. Our Community Outreach Chair will convene a task force this month to develop specific action steps to better serve women business owners across all ethnicities in Rockland County. We believe that when women work collaboratively we are stronger and our communities thrive and we believe that all women, regardless of their race, sexual orientation, religion, or ethnic background, should be a part of this collaboration. For 40 years the RBWN has provided a place for women to network, learn, share and grow personally and professionally and we are committed to ensuring that all women in business in Rockland County have these valuable opportunities.