Officially recognized as a woman-owned enterprise, Sequel is proud to be part of a nationwide movement!

Wendy Blattner

In the spirit of celebrating women leaders in our industry and in business overall, we’re extremely proud to announce our official recognition as a certified woman-owned enterprise by the WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise National Council). 

The WBENC is the nation’s leading assembly of certified businesses owned, operated and led by a woman or women. For over 25 years, WBENC network has helped over 20,000 businesses to advance the strength and success of diversity in business, as an advocate for female owners and entrepreneurs.

It’s exciting to be officially recognized as a woman-owned enterprise. As part of Sequel from its inception in 2001, and in collaboration with my amazing partners and our talented team, I have had the honor to build an agency I am proud to lead. This recognition is another important milestone in Sequel’s collective journey to “shape what’s next” for our agency, our clients and the industry.”

Wendy Blattner, Sequel Partner & co-founder of Sequel

By including woman-owned businesses among their key partners, corporations large and small are able to demonstrate their commitment to fostering greater inclusion and the continued support of their third-party supplier diversity programs. With these collective efforts, WBENC catalyzes the advancement of women in leadership roles helping to bring about a more balanced and sustainable economic community.

From left to Right: Mae Blankenship, Jennifer Vazquez, Belle Liu, Dana Gonsalves, Wendy Blattner, Shelley Himmelstein

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