Community Dialogue on Human Trafficking 
June 18th in Wausau, WI

Thank you Wausau Community, speakers and presenters for a successful dialogue this important issue.

Did you hear?  The Women's Community announced it has received 2-3 year funding to hire a full-time human trafficking coordinator.  

Wausau Event

The Women's Council is Wisconsin's statutory commission on the status of women and girls.

With a broad mandate, the agency's program agenda is set by a 15-member Women's Council appointed by the Governor and Legislative Leaders. The 2015-2016 agenda is focused on:

Human Trafficking
the Council is undertaking this new priority work for 2015-2016

Governor Walker signing a bill requiring the WI  Dept. of Justice
to createand make available Human Trafficking Hotline posters.  

Women in Non-Traditional Occupations
& Women in Manufacturing
the Council is undertaking this new priority work for 2015-2016


Ongoing programs include

Women's Business Ownership
programs, resources and best practices 

Financial Literacy for Women
programs, resources and best practices 

Status of Women

For more information on the board, mission and history of the Council, see About Us.

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