How is it possible that the U.S. ranks so low – 84th in the world – in women’s political representation? Why is it that only 4% of Fortune 500 companies have woman CEOs? If we want to see concrete changes to policies that impact women – such as innovative workplaces, affordable child care, paid parental leave, access to reproductive rights – then we need more women in positions of power. That’s why the NOW-NYC PAC puts electing pro-choice and pro-women candidates and getting strong, passionate women into boardrooms at the top of its agenda. NOW-NYC also delivers a number of programs that foster women’s individual growth and leadership skills.
Check out the latest news on women’s leadership!
- Women on Board. For the latest reports and statistics on women’s leadership in the Board room and beyond, visit Catalyst.org. Keep tabs on women’s political representation across the country at the Center for American Women in Politics, the Eagleton Institute at Rutgers University. Also, read our fact sheet on women in the workplace.
- Electing Pro-Women Women. NOW-NYC endorses strong women’s rights activists. Click here for the latest endorsements.
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Tuesday, May 23 | 7:00pm - 9:00pm Reproductive Rights: Now You Have Them - Now You Don't!
Wednesday, May 24 | 6:00pm - 8:00pm State of the Resistance
Saturday, Jun 03 | 11:00am - 1:00pm Hudson Women's Town Hall: Speak Out Against Violence
Tuesday, Jun 06 | 6:30pm - 8:30pm NOW and WIN.NYC Political Action Happy Hour
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