WE Executive Director Anne Ladky Honored as "Woman with Vision"

Receives 2012 Woman with Vision award presented by the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois for contributions to women’s advancement

CHICAGO — Women Employed Executive Director Anne Ladky accepted a 2012 Woman with Vision award last week at the joint professional reception of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois (WBAI). The award pays tribute to women who have “demonstrated visionary approaches in their professional endeavors and who have made an indelible contribution to the well-being and empowerment of women.”

Pathways to Careers Network

An Initiative of Women Employed and the Chicago Jobs Council

By 2020, 67 percent of Illinois jobs will require a college degree or certificate, yet three million Illinois adults don't have education beyond high school. To address this gap, Women Employed and the Chicago Jobs Council launched the Pathways to Careers Network, an initiative to increase college and career success for adult learners with low basic skills. The Network:

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We must ensure that the concerns of women and their families remain at the forefront of our national agenda. With more women than ever now serving in the U.S. Senate and strong progressive candidates serving in both chambers, we must make sure that the champions for women and families that you put into office take action to support fair pay, access to health care, and expanded educational opportunities for all women. There is still much work to be done to ensure action on a strong agenda for women.


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