Montpelier, Vt. – The Vermont Commission on Women, a non-partisan state commission working to advance rights and opportunities for women and girls, welcomed staff member Anna Brouillette as their new Data Management Coordinator.
Ms. Brouillette will collect, analyze, interpret and communicate data relating to women’s well-being in Vermont. She’ll work with material from the Commission’s statewide Listening Project; collaborate with State agencies and departments to compile and present data disaggregated by gender; and contribute to the work of their partnership initiative, Change The Story VT.
“I’m so excited to get started supporting the work of the Vermont Commission on Women,” said Ms. Brouillette. “I look forward to working with the team and further understanding the well-being of women and girls in the state through the use and analysis of data. I am hopeful that the more data that we collect, analyze, and publish related to how we are serving women and girls as a state, the better we can promote equity in opportunities and policies for all Vermonters.”
Ms. Brouillette is currently engaged in pursuit of a master’s degree in Education Policy and Management at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She previously served as Policy and Research Analyst for Let’s Grow Kids; in work supporting civil rights research at St. Lawrence University; and in lobbying efforts of a non-governmental D.C.-based organization concerning funding for federally impacted schools. She holds a bachelor’s degree from St. Lawrence University, where she majored in Government.
The Vermont Commission on Women (VCW) is a non-partisan state commission working to advance rights and opportunities for women and girls. Sixteen volunteer commissioners and representatives from organizations concerned with women's issues guide VCW's public education, coalition building, and advocacy efforts. The Commission celebrates its 55th anniversary this month.