Formed in 1996, the Women's Franchise Committee (WFC) is dedicated to inspiring and encouraging women in franchising by creating a network of business professionals dedicated to strengthening the success of women in franchising. The WFC has created a number of programs and resources in order to achieve this goal, ranging from "how to" guides and conferences to local networking chapters.
MISSION The mission of the Women's Franchise Committee is to promote women's participation in franchising by providing international networking opportunities for the exchange of ideas, resources, and experiences.
VISION The Women's Franchise Committee is committed to providing resources for women seeking career growth opportunities in franchising.
To learn how to join the committee, contact Jeanine Littrel at Jlittrel@Franchise.org
WFC PODCAST, HER SUCCESS Hear from women leading the charge in franchising! The Women’s Franchise Committee is proud to bring you Her Success: The Stories of Female Franchise Leaders, our new podcast and video series. Women who are changing the future of the franchise sector share their insights on everything from being an effective leader to the mentors who inspired them. They’ll share stories of workplace challenges we can all relate to: managing work and life, climbing the corporate ladder, and the ultimate power of entrepreneurship and franchising to change lives. Each 15-minute segment will motivate and recharge you. New episodes are being released all the time, so check in often.
WFC SPOTIFY PLAYLIST: Need a playlist to get you into the summer mood? Check out the WFC Summer Tunes playlist on Spotify – curated by members of the WFC to keep that summer feelin’ going year-round!
WOMEN'S FRANCHISE NETWORK (WFN) WFN’s are local networks are designed to develop relationships with women franchising professionals and to address issues, share ideas and offer solutions related to franchising. The first network was launched in May, 2002 in Denver and now includes markets across the United States and Canada. Click here to find out more info about the WFN and how to establish a chapter.