Billie Dragoo is the founder and CEO of RepuCare. RepuCare delivers premier healthcare staffing, recruitment, and outsourced staffing solutions for governmental provider and employer healthcare programs. RepuCare was recently named one of the fastest-growing U.S. staffing firms in 2015 by Staffing Industry Analysts.
Ms. Dragoo has been the recipient of several business awards including the 2007 Starkey Entrepreneurial Women’s Award. The recipient of the Torchbearer Award for Entrepreneurial Advocacy, one of the highest awards presented by the governor for recognition of outstanding women. She is a National Judge for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards and was an E & Y recipient of the award in 2008. In 2009, Ms. Dragoo was one of the ten female entrepreneurial winners across the nation chosen to participate in Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit.
Billie was also a recipient of IBJ’s 2009 Women of Influence Award in recognition of business and community excellence and leadership. Billie was honored with the 2011 Girls’ Inc. Touchstone Award along with three other community leaders. She is also a 2014 Central Indiana Business Hall of Fame Laureate, which honors outstanding men and women who epitomize success in the business world.
In 2016, Billie was one of 720 entrepreneurs, throughout the world, who was invited by the President of the United States to attend the 2016 Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES Summit) held in Palo Alto, California.
Ms. Dragoo is a leader for women’s advocacy and devotes considerable time to this endeavor. She is the co-founder of the Indiana Conference for Women, now is its 6th year. She is also the past Chair, CEO of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), based in Washington D.C. Billie is the past president and emeritus board advisor of the Indianapolis Chapter of NAWBO, where she was the architect of its growth. She is an executive board member of The Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee (GIPC), board member of the Indiana State Chamber, board member of the Indianapolis Chamber, and member of the Department of Workforce Development board (SWIC).