What do health care, child care, paid family and medical leave, mental health and retirement have in common? According to preliminary results from Vermont Commission on Women’s statewide Listening Project survey, these are the top areas of concern for women in our state. The Commission will focus on these and other topics at two upcoming events in St. Albans and in Brattleboro.
What do health care, child care, paid family and medical leave, education, and mental health have in common? According to preliminary results from Vermont Commission on Women’s statewide Listening Project survey, these are the top areas of concern for women in Franklin county.
Brattleboro area residents will share their story at Vermont Commission on Women’s Listening Project event, “The Hidden Side of Women’s Lives in Our Community,” hosted by area Commissioners at Brooks Memorial Library, Wednesday, September 26th from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
(Montpelier) – The Senate Committee on Committees has appointed Kellie B. Campbell of Georgia, Vermont, to serve on the Vermont Commission on Women.
Ms. Campbell is an Associate Director in Information Technology (IT) for Saint Michael’s College, and directs hybrid and online programs for the Accelerated Summer College.
(Montpelier, VT) - The Vermont Commission on Women voted on June 28, 2018, to issue the following statement:
(Montpelier) – The Vermont Commission on Women (VCW) has launched a short survey called the Listening Project, designed to help them focus their future work on issues that matter to Vermonters. The survey asks what needs aren’t being met for Vermont women, what most affects their abilities to provide for themselves or their families, and what can be done to help.
(Montpelier) – Pregnant workers in Vermont have new legal protections in the workplace this year.
(Montpelier) - Today at one o’clock Governor Scott signed H.294, a new law prohibiting inquiries about salary history.
(Montpelier) - Brattleboro’s Emilie Kornheiser kicks off the Vermont Commission on Women’s (VCW) statewide community listening project at the River Garden this Friday, as part of Brattleboro’s Strolling of the Heifers noontime Brown Bag Lunch series. Her discussion, “Women and the Economy,” will center on the place, needs, and strengths of women in Brattleboro. This event is FREE and open to the public. Thoughts and comments will help shape VCW’s policy work for women and families. More i
Ensuring Vermont has enough high-quality, affordable child care is essential to supporting gender equality in the workplace, according to a new report co-authored by Let’s Grow Kids (LGK) and the Vermont Commission on Women (VCW). The report outlines policy recommendations—including increasing investments in Vermont’s Child Care Financial Assistance Program and passing paid family leave—as key strategies to supporting working women and their families.