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Nancy Kaplan of Burlington Appointed to the Vermont Commission on Women

(Montpelier, VT) – Governor Phil Scott has appointed Nancy Kaplan of Burlington 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.

Kaplan is a Research Navigator at The University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine.  Her work connects Vermont clinicians and providers with the resources at the Northern New England Clinical and Translational Research Network to enable them to conduct health related research in their communities.

 


Hazel Brewster of Stowe Appointed to the Vermont Commission on Women

(Montpelier, VT) – Governor Phil Scott has appointed Hazel Brewster of Stowe 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.

 


7 Years of Impact: Change The Story VT Video

Learn more about the expansive work of our Change The Story VT partnership initiative with Vermont Women’s Fund and Vermont Works for Women over the last 7 years.

 


What Matters This Week: Cary Brown

Lauren Maloney of Local 22 Local 44 speaks with VCW Executive Director Cary Brown about Change The Story Vermont partnership initiative as it sunsets March 31st.

What Matters This Week: Cary Brown

 


VT Adoption Information Access Survey

Are you impacted by adoption? Please share your thoughts about a proposal to expand information access for adopted people in Vermont.

 

 


Change The Story Vt: So Long, Farewell

Change the Story and partner logosVia Jessica Nordhaus and Al Johnson-Kurts for Change The Story:

We have some news.

After a successful 7 years, the Change The Story initiative is coming to a close.

Change The Story was always envisioned as a time-limited initiative - one that would sunset after a certain number of years and accomplishments. We'll be proud to wrap up our work on March 31st having:

 


Women's Workforce Challenges Pre-date COVID-19

Commentary by Kellie Campbell, Ed.D., VCW co-chair

 


Public Hearing | Reproductive Liberty Amendment (Prop 5)

The Reproductive Liberty Amendment (RLA) to the Vermont Constitution has passed in the Vermont Senate twice, in April 2019 and in April 2021, and in the Vermont House once in May 2019. The House will vote again soon. If the House passes the RLA again, Vermont voters will decide whether to adopt the Amendment on Election Day in November of this year.

On Wednesday, January 26th from 6:00 - 8:00 pm, the House Committee on Human Services will hold a public hearing.