Hearing of March 16, 2016 - Public Input into the Proposed Revisions to the EEO-1 Report
Margot Dorfman is a visionary leader who has dedicated herself to promoting the economic and leadership interest of women. Her extensive background in business, business ownership, publishing and nonprofit leadership has prepared Ms. Dorfman to set the vision for the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce (www.uswcc.org). She is frequently called upon to provide expert testimony on behalf of women and America's small businesses before the U.S. House and Senate and regularly provides keen insights on personal and business economic development at meetings across the U.S.
Under her leadership, the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce has become a uniquely respected and influential organization advancing economic opportunities for all Americans. And, the U.S. Women's Chamber of Commerce has taken the lead in building the foundation for a transformative new future for women as market leaders through The Women-Led Economy™ (www.womenledeconomy.com). The current agenda includes driving the Women's Economic Priorities™ (http://uswcc.org/womens-economic-priorities) to ensure fair access to economic growth for women.
Ms. Dorfman also serves as the Vice President of Government Affairs for the American Small Business Chamber of Commerce (www.americansbcc.org) - the nation's leading advocate for small business federal contractors. Dorfman founded Arizona Women's News, Hispana News and the Greater Phoenix Chamber Business Connection. She holds a Master's Education from Lesley University and a B.S. in Education from Northeastern University. Additionally, her experience includes over ten years in executive positions with General Mills and other Fortune 500 firms.