Michele has been appointed to the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority.
he Women’s Foundation today hailed a U.S. district court ruling reinstating a federal data collection requirement designed to promote pay equity.
Barbara has been appointed to the Topeka Board of Zoning Appeals.
An innovative initiative to increase the number of women in leadership roles is marking a milestone this month, as the Women’s Foundation’s Appointments Project® celebrates helping appoint more than 100 women to civic boards and commissions throughout Kansas and Missouri.
President and CEO, Wendy Doyle, submitted testimony on SB283 relating to higher education financial aid for families of military members. Read a summary of what she had to say.
This year’s boom of female candidates has been likened to a “pink wave.” But the problem with waves is they recede. Let’s all keep working to build a more inclusive future where the government truly reflects the diversity of the people it serves.
Amanda has been appointed to the Liquor Control Board of Kansas City.
In the wake of a historic year for women candidates, the Women’s Foundation’s Appointments Project® today released new research on the benefits of gender diversity and a set of best practices to help municipal leaders increase the diversity and effectiveness of public boards and commissions.