"I am honored to be recognized by the committee and to be part of such an esteemed group of women entrepreneurs with this year's finalists," said Curtis.
The Leading Women Entrepreneurs Initiative in partnership with New Jersey Monthly recognizes women business owners who excel in areas of market potential, innovation, advocacy for women and community involvement. After analyzing hundreds of entries, an independent committee selected the initial finalists for phase one of the competition. Finalists will be submitted for phase two of the competition. The top 25 will be recognized on December 4, 2014 at a cocktail reception at Fiddlers Elbow Country Club in Bedminster, N.J.
"We are very excited about the 2014 initiative in partnership with New Jersey Monthly Magazine that honors women business owners because women are the forerunners to the economic recovery of our state. Over the last twenty years, women have surpassed men at twice the rate for starting their own companies. Our joint project presents phenomenal exposure for their efforts and the issue that finalists are listed in will reach over 750,000 households," states Linda Wellbrock, Founder of Leading Women Entrepreneurs.
In 2002, Curtis launched CW Solutions. Her accomplishments include working with the Wireless Infrastructure Association (PCIA) and New Jersey Wireless Association (NJWA) to write, develop, and push through New Jersey Senate Bill No. 2989, which exempts certain collocations of wireless equipment from site plan approval. As a result, the legislation has made it easier for her wireless clients to construct, modify and install their