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Dallas, TX – The Women’s Business Council – Southwest (WBCS), recently named Jamita Machen the Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Volunteer of the Year, an award recognizing a WBE owner or employee who has given his or her time and energy to helping further the mission of the Council. The 2020 WBCS award winners were unveiled at the annual Parade of Stars Awards Gala on February 4th in Dallas, Texas.

I am truly honored to be recognized as a WBE volunteer of the year!  WBCS is an amazing organization; and it is my pleasure to give back“, said Jamita Machen, CEO, The Software Vault, LLC.

Jamita Machen, president of The Software Vault, is a newer WBCS member who has hit the ground running with her involvement. She has served on several committees, been a speaker at events on behalf of the Council, and introduced several new women owned businesses to membership.  

Congratulations to Jamita Machen for winning WBE Volunteer of the Year,” said Debbie Hurst, President and CEO of the Women’s Business Council – Southwest. “Jamita has been an asset to our team of volunteers and consistently goes above and beyond to support the Council and the mission of growing women-owned businesses. I cannot wait to see more of her involvement in the future”.

The Software Vault has been a certified WBE member of the Women’s Business Council – Southwest since 2018.

About The Software Vault

The Software Vault, LLC is a boutique technology consulting firm located in Cedar Hill, TX.  In addition to mobile application design and implementation services, The Software Vault, LLC is your “streamline expert” specializing in developing technology solutions to simplify your business and increase overall operational efficiency.  The Software Vault, LLC provides global consulting and delivers quality technology services that scale and are a return on your investment. The Software Vault’s primary areas of expertise extends from small to mid-sized companies, as well as travel, government, education, non-profit and retail entities.

About WBCS

Celebrating 25 years, the Women’s Business Council – Southwest (WBCS) is dedicated to increasing mutually beneficial procurement opportunities between certified women-owned businesses, corporations, businesses, government entities, institutions, and other organizations. Headquartered in Irving, Texas, WBCS has more than 1,200 Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) Members and over 80 Sustaining (Corporate) Members. WBCS administers the national certification on behalf of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) for north and central Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and New Mexico. To find out more about WBCS, please visit