Montpelier, VT — Cary Brown, Executive Director of the Vermont Commission on Women, announced new resources available today from the Workplaces For All public education program, workplacesforall.vermont.gov, to make workers, employers, and all Vermonters aware of laws that apply to them, their legal rights, methods of reporting, where to find information, strategies for prevention, and ways to address sexual harassment and d
Montpelier, VT— In recent days, the Vermont media have published detailed stories describing profoundly disturbing reports of sexual misconduct, assault, and abuse at Vermont’s correctional facility for women, the Chittenden Regional Correctional Facility (CRCF).
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.
(Montpelier) In 2018, the Vermont General Assembly passed Act 183, directing the Vermont Commission on Women, in consultation with the Vermont Attorney General and the Vermont Human Rights Commission, to develop a public education and outreach program designed to make Vermont employees, employers, and members of the public aware of:
(Montpelier) – Governor Phil Scott has appointed Ed Adrian of Burlington, Lisa Carlson of Danville, and Heidi Tringe of Montpelier to serve on the Vermont Commission on Women (VCW), the state’s non-partisan commission working to advance rights and opportunities for women and girls.
(Montpelier) – The Speaker of the Vermont House of Representatives, Mitzi Johnson, has appointed Kim Nolan to serve a four-year term on the Vermont Commission on Women.
Ms. Nolan is an Executive Leadership Team member and Senior Director of City Market Co-op, a community-owned food cooperative with two locations in Burlington.
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.