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Upcoming Event!

ROSIE REVISITED

Women and Manufacturing in the 21st Century

October 20, 2014 - Madison, WI


Learn more and register to attend

Rosie Revisited Symposium Web Page

Symposium Registration

Middle School Webinar Sign-up


 


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 2013-2014 agenda is focused on:

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



Status of Women

FAST FACTS on the Status of Women

New Infographic:  Struggline to Reach the Finish Line
Many women start post-secondary education but do not earn a degree.

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Women & Money
Wisconsin women - Real challenges - Real resources 

 

   

Share Your $tory
Real stories from Real Women
Saving for the future, paying off debt, achieving goals - managing your money isn’t easy, but you aren't alone!  Get inspired and inspire others with your successes and strategies.  Share Your $tories on our comment board.  It doesn’t matter if your goals or achievements are big or small – we want to hear from you!
 


Not sure where to start or need more inspiration?


New! Managing Your Money Checklists
Guidance from Experts to learn your money strengths, challenges, and opportunities and connect you to the resources you want and need.
Want to get a handle on your Savings? Debt? Retirement? Select a checklist by topic and learn about your financial challenges and opportunities, set goals, and find resources. Before you know it you will be on your way to a more secure financial future!


Retirement Toolkit
From the three federal agencies involved in key elements of your retirement planning and security: the Department of Labor, the Social Security Administration and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.


"When women have the tools to better understand how to make, save, grow and manage their own money, they are empowered to move from dependency to freedom in all aspects of their lives. That freedom offers the flexibility and opportunity to fully participate as engines of a vital, growing Wisconsin economy."  Mary Jo Baas, Women's Council Chair

 

The Women's Council is proud to partner with 


Wisconsin Saves    


Nominate a Woman-Owned Business!

2016 Governor's Trailblazer Awards 

Nomination Form

 

 

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Governor's Trailblazer Awards!

 

Visit the Trailblazer Homepage

 

2014 Trailblazers

photo by Bruce Fritz Photography
Ó 2014 Bruce Fritz


 

 

 

Special thanks to Cricket Design Works for developing the Wisconsin Women's Council logo and 30th Anniversary Logo, as well as for providing graphic design and consulting services on a variety of Women's Council programs and publications.

  
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