FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Courtney Fairchild Elected WIPP’s Board of Directors’ Vice Chair
Washington, D.C. (October 31, 2019) – Fairchild Consultants, LLC (DBA Global Services) is pleased to announce President & CEO, Courtney Fairchild was elected to serve as Women Impacting Public Policy’s (WIPP) Board of Directors’ Vice Chair.
A WIPP member since 2009, Courtney Fairchild has also served as WIPP’s Leadership Advisory Council (LAC) Chair, performing the selection of new members to the LAC and operating as a mentor, and on the Board of Directors, where her focus is advocacy for policies that are good for Woman-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs).
As Vice Chair, Courtney will continue to promote WIPP educational initiatives and push increased participation of WOSBs in the federal contracting marketplace.
“The federal contracting landscape is evolving and opportunities are expanding for WOSBs,” said Fairchild. “I am very excited to use my platform at WIPP to help other WOSBs understand and find their potential in the GovCon space.”
About Global Services
Global Services has been operating for more than 20 years and we are proud to say that we have helped more than 2,500 business earn more than $20 billion in contracts. As a small business, we understand the unique challenges that small businesses face, so we aim to be efficient and make the process as transparent and approachable as possible. Our mission is to provide technically-proficient, highly professional, customer-focused proposal development products and services so that each project becomes a client and consultant success story. To learn more, please visit: https://globalservicesinc.com.
Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) is a nonpartisan organization that advocates on behalf of women-owned businesses, offering support in policy and educational opportunities for growth. Since its inception in June 2001, WIPP has covered and supported economic issues and policies including promoting affordable health care, leveling the playing field for women-owned businesses, opening up federal procurement policies for women-owned businesses, and implementing well-established federal law which seeks to encourage women in the marketplace, tax policies, energy, telecom, and more. To learn more about the WIPP organization and their initiatives, please visit www.WIPP.org.