Thurston EDC’s Center for Business & Innovation Welcomes Eva Coblentz as Program Manager for Washington Center for Women in Business

Eva Coblentz_Photo courtesy of the Thurston EDC taken by Heather Harris, Elements Photography
Photo courtesy: Thurston EDC | Heather Harris, Elements Photography

Submitted by Thurston EDC

The Thurston EDC is pleased to announce that Eva Coblentz has assumed the position of Program Manager for the Washington Center for Women in Business (WCWB).

Over the past two decades, Coblentz’s career has encompassed project management, community engagement, and educational services for a number of governmental entities, military affiliates, and diverse community-based care organizations. Coblentz has also worked with non-profits and private corporations nationwide and at an international level.

Coblentz has a BA in Business Administration and Master’s in Public Administration.

As a small business owner, she was influential in developing a small business association to assist with marketing and collaboration among small businesses in the Des Moines, WA area. She focused on building long-lasting relationships and qualitative contacts with other people.

Coblentz’s community engagement involves serving on the advocacy committee of the Junior League of Olympia, and as an advisory board member on The Latino Community Fund of Washington State.

“I’m excited about the opportunity in providing a vast variety of resources to empower women entrepreneurs who support one another, which in turn empowers the next generation of women”, says Eva Coblentz, Program Manager of the Washington Center for Women in Business.

For more information about the Thurston EDC visit the Thurston EDC website. 

For more information about the WCWB visit the Washington Center for Women in Business website. 

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