Data shows the number of women candidates in the 2018 primary elections has increased in Missouri, but decreased in Kansas since 2016
Chandra has been appointed to the Kansas City Chronic Nuisance Board. She's honored to serve as a community adovcate and leader in the city of Kansas City and beyond.
Jamie was appointed to the City of Topeka Human Relations Council.
Kaylee was just appointed to the Kansas City Historic Preservation Board and is an active community member in the Kansas City community. She has recently begun a new career path at the Kansas City Social Innovation Center as a Portfolio Catalyst.
KANSAS CITY – Adding to the growing momentum behind gender pay equity in the workplace, the Kansas City Council today unanimously passed a resolution calling for the removal of salary history from city employment applications.
BreAnna was appointed to the Kansas Volunteer Commission.
As a native, Katie views it as her responsibility to serve her community, county, and state. She believes her enthusiasm to discover the state better will be useful on this commission.
One of the most rewarding things about working at the Women’s Foundation is seeing our research and advocacy get translated into real policy solutions that benefit women and their families.
JEFFERSON CITY – The City of Columbia is teaming up with the Women’s Foundation on an initiative to increase the number of women on publicly appointed boards and commissions. The city is participating in the Appointments Project, which aims to improve local governance by increasing gender diversity on civic boards and commissions.