Michelle Clower, President of Konsults Business Solutions, Recognized in The Tampa Bay Business Journal, People On The Move.

Michelle Clower3Did you catch up with Michelle Clower in the Tampa Bay Business Journal, People On The Move section? If not, read Here.

Did you know?

Michelle Clower is the president and CEO of Konsults Business Solutions, formed in 2009. She has over 15 years of experience helping corporations and individuals identify their areas of opportunity, and implementing strategies to ensure maximum success. Throughout her dynamic career, Michelle has established herself as a decisive leader with clearly defined goals and objectives.

Konsults Business Solutions was built on Michelle’s innate “desire to inspire” and firm belief that companies are only as great as their employees. Her expertise in various Human Resources functions and superb ability to relate to diverse groups of people is evident both professionally and personally. Konsults Business Solutions offers professional consulting services in Career & Executive Coaching, Resume Rewriting, Direct Hire Placement, and Strategic Planning, to both Businesses and Individuals.

Michelle’s positive attitude and commitment to world-class customer service is her signature. To learn more about Michelle Clower visit the Konsults Business Solutions website at: www.konsults.com and the Sassy Shirtz website at: www.sassyshirtz.com. To contact Michelle directly, email her at: mclower@konsults.com



National Women and Girls HIV?AIDS Awareness Day, March 10th!


What is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NWGHAAD)?

National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is a nationwide observance coordinated by the Office on Women’s Health (OWH), within the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Its goal is to encourage people to take action in the fight against HIV/AIDS and raise awareness of its impact on women and girls.

When is National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day?

It is observed on March 10 every year, but OWH encourages organizations to hold events throughout the month of March.

Why observe National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day?

HIV/AIDS is a serious public health issue in the United States. Women of all ages can get HIV/AIDS, and they account for approximately 24 percent of all HIV diagnoses. Today, women represent a larger share of new HIV infections than they did earlier in the epidemic, with nearly 280,000 women living with HIV/AIDS in the United States. Women of color are particularly affected, as they accounted for two-thirds (64%) of new AIDS diagnoses among women in 2010.

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has helped make considerable strides in addressing these concerns and advancing equality for women and girls living with or at risk of HIV/AIDS in the United States. Consistent with the ACA, the President’s National HIV/AIDS Strategy will help:

  • Increase HIV testing and reduce the number of people who become infected with HIV
  • Improve access to care and optimize health outcomes for people living with HIV
  • Reduce HIV-related health disparities

For more information, visit the ACA page on AIDS.gov.

The ACA and National HIV/AIDS Strategy are two important steps in the fight against HIV/AIDS, but the federal government cannot do it alone. On National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, OWH calls on individuals and organizations across the country to take action and bring attention to the impact HIV/AIDS has on women and girls. As a partner or collaborator for National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, you have the power to educate others, change behaviors, and help shape the future for women and girls.

Find Events in your area: http://www.womenshealth.gov/nwghaad/events/