Lora Dunton, CEO, and Karla Jackson, COO, of J3 Management Group. - Photo: J3 Management Group/Work Truck

Lora Dunton, CEO, and Karla Jackson, COO, of J3 Management Group.

Photo: J3 Management Group/Work Truck

J3 Management Group is a vehicle compliance company, offering tag, title, and registration management.

The company recently received an official certification as a Women's Business Enterprise (WBE) through the National Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

This certification underscores J3 Management Group’s commitment to championing diversity, inclusivity, and excellence in every facet of our operations.

Reinforcing Commitment to Diversity

The WBENC certification, acknowledged as the benchmark for women-owned businesses in the United States, involves the evaluation of a company's predominant ownership, management, and control by women.

As a certified WBE, J3 Management Group becomes part of a community of women-owned businesses that actively contribute to the growth and advancement of both national and global economies.

The WBENC certification brings numerous advantages, including heightened visibility and increased collaboration opportunities and contracts with corporations and government entities dedicated to promoting supplier diversity.

Paving the Way for Women in Business

J3 Management Group has consistently been committed to fostering an environment where women can not only succeed but excel in the business realm.

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This certification reaffirms the company's enduring dedication to diversity and inclusion, serving as a clear demonstration of our commitment to promoting female leadership and empowerment.

"We are ecstatic to achieve this significant milestone of becoming a certified Women's Business Enterprise through the WBENC," said Karla Jackson, COO of J3 Management Group. "Our certification is a testament to our unwavering commitment to promoting women in leadership roles and advancing gender equality in the business world. We look forward to leveraging this certification to forge new partnerships, broaden our reach, and create more opportunities for women in business."

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