Job Creators Alliance Becomes Job Creators Network Foundation
DALLAS, Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --
Job Creators Alliance today announced the group's name has been changed to Job Creators Network Foundation. The president of the non-profit organization said the new name more accurately reflects the mission and activity of the group.
"As our organization enters the next phase, we have changed the name to Job Creators Network Foundation (JCNF) to echo our CEO-leaders' commitment to educating the public and our policy leaders on what must happen to assure robust job growth," JCNF president Alfredo Ortiz said. "Many of our CEO's are also deeply involved in the education efforts of the Job Creators Network, a 501(c)(4) group devoted to teaching America's employees about how federal policies affect jobs. While this synergy is now reflected in our new name, the Job Creators Network Foundation continues with the Alliance mission."
"We started Job Creators Alliance to give real job creators a voice in the policy debate," Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus said. "Nearly two years later, our nation is entering a critical period: the implementation phase of the Affordable Care Act. We are focused on amplifying the voice of job creators in the public policy debate on jobs and the economy and at the job site, assuring more hardworking Americans understand how bad government policy can hurt good people."
ABOUT JOB CREATORS NETWORK FOUNDATION
Job Creators Network Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is the voice of real job creators that has been missing from the American debate on jobs and our economic crisis. JCNF members talk about paychecks, not politics, helping the public and policymakers understand how to create jobs. For more information please visit www.JobCreatorsNetworkFoundation.org or www.JCNF.org for more information.
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