Markus, Miranda
September 2007
NAFE Magazine;Fall2007, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p20
The article presents information on Barbara Kasoff, co-founder of the Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP). In the 1990s, Kasoff was running three companies--two Voice-Tel franchises in Michigan and Voice Response Corp.--when she realized she had no control over laws and regulations that were affecting her companies every day. Finding no organization to help, she joined with cofounder Terry Neese to launch WIPP to bring together women business owners in the U.S. and carry their united voice to Washington.


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