Partners

Federally Employed Women (FEW) national partners  are strategic partners investing in the mission of FEW by promoting programs and initiatives that support Executive Order 11375.  Our corporate partners received national recognition and marketing opportunities from FEW including: Exposure to our membership and audiences; Branding for products and services and Recognition for supporting innovative, high impact programs that are improving the opportunities and outcomes for the advancement of women. We welcome the opportunity to form new FEW partnerships.    If interested in becoming a FEW partner contact Adrianne Callahan at sponsors-partners@few.org.   Additional sponsorship opportunities are also available and agreements may be customized by a written mutual agreement.


NATIONAL PARTNERS –

(Click on the logo’s below to visit our partner’s webpages)

Blue Cross/Blue Shield Link  va_logo   Gold FEDS   Long Term Care

  • Academy Women
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Federal Employee Defense Services
  • Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program

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  • Federal Managers Association
  • Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund (FEEA)
  • FEW Foundation for Education and Training
  • InFirst Federal Credit Union
  • GEICO

Globelife  LBlackWomenLogo management concepts nationalguard  nwhm

  • Globe Life and Accident Insurance Co.
  • League of Black Women
  • Management Concepts
  • National Guard Bureau
  • National Women’s History Museum

Pru_RGB  attorney  Tully_Rinckey_PLLC_Logo_small   usda

  • Prudential
  • Shaw, Bransford & Roth PC.
  • Tully Rinckey PLLC
  • US Department of Agriculture

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  • US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • USDA Food Safety and Inspection Services
  • US Merit System Protection Board
  • Women Veterans Social Justice

 

 

*ATTENTION*   Effective December 1, 2008, Federally Employed Women (“FEW”) terminated its relationship and activities with the Legal and Education Fund (“LEF” and previously referred to as the “FEW Legal and Education Fund” and “FEW-LEF”).   The termination of the relationship between the two entities is based upon policy and procedural differences that could not be resolved to the mutual satisfaction of the leadership of the two organizations. FEW’s leadership believes the termination of the relationship between the two organizations to be in the best interest of FEW and its membership. The leadership of the LEF has been directed to discontinue any and all use of the FEW name or acronym in connection with its activities.