Washington State Women’s Commission Seeks Applicants

The newly-established Washington State Women’s Commission is now accepting applications from individuals interested in working to address problems that contribute to inequality for women in the workplace and society. The commission will also make regular recommendations to the Legislature and the Governor based on their research, deliberations, and public input. The commission will have 13 members: four state lawmakers and nine members appointed by the governor that consists of a balanced and diverse distribution of ethnic, geographic, gender, sexual orientation, age, socioeconomic status and occupational representation.

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