In advance of implementation of FAMLI and in alignment with our values, WFCO provided two staff members with paid leave in 2022.
Two of the “biggest” bills of the 2022 legislative session were supported by The Women’s Foundation of Colorado.
In 2022, WFCO has pinpointed the three legislative areas we will elevate in pursuit of gender, racial, and economic equity.
Today, let’s celebrate with our community several statewide ballot measures that will help us achieve our goals for women.
Guest blog: Ashley Panelli, associate state director of 9to5 Colorado, discusses why access to paid family and medical leave is necessary for all Coloradans.
In our nonpartisan ballot guide, The Womanifesto, WFCO takes positions on five of the 11 statewide measures that have the greatest likelihood to impact Colorado women’s economic mobility.
While the legislative session is on hold, WFCO is ensuring that state and federal recovery resources are women-centered.
In July, we announced a statewide plan to grow our statewide network of advocates for women and families. What a great few months it’s been!
Companies that invest in women, and that have higher proportions of women in decision-making groups, tend to perform better financially, have lower risk, and be more resilient.
The 2019 Colorado Legislative Session will be remembered for the traction made for women in the workplace.
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