Women Employed’s Advocacy Council is an informed group of volunteers who organize and advocate to advance WE’s goals of expanding educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women
Advocacy Council members are from diverse backgrounds with a strong commitment to women’s issues and social change with a range of skills and interests including leadership, marketing, organizing, and fundraising.
Members advance the movement for women's economic equality by
MOBILIZING our networks through events, e-advocacy, and social media to bring the voices of young women to the movement for change
INFORMING our personal and professional networks about the problem of low-paid work and what we can do together to solve it.
ADVOCATING to improve public policies to ensure fairness and open opportunities.
“FRIENDRAISING”and fundraising to strengthen Women Employed’s programs.
They lend their passion, their time, and their expertise to drive the work of our Advocacy Council—friendraising and fundraising to build a movement for change.
The Advocacy Council Meetings
The Advocacy Council is WE’s young women’s activist group that meets on a monthly basis to mobilize, advocate, inform, “friendraise,” and fundraise to advance the movement for women’s economic equality. Snacks and beverages provided! RSVP required to Amanda Collins at email@example.com.