The Nevada Commission For Women is a Governor-appointed board with the express duty to study the changing and developing roles of women in society, including recognition of socioeconomic factors that influence the status of women, and recommend proposed legislation.
To that end, the commission is gathering information for a report on what women need to successfully join the workforce and take care of their families. The Commission is seeking input from people like you who have an interest and ideas about addressing this issue.
The Commission is holding public forums for people to present their ideas and you are invited to attend!
What: Public Meetings to get responses to the question: “What do women need to successfully join the workforce and take care of their families?”
Why: Responses will be used to prepare a report to help Legislators know what they can do to best help Nevada women succeed.
When: Tuesday, October 11, 2016, 9:30 a.m.
Where: Public Works Conference Room in Carson City (Video-conferenced)
515 E. Musser St. First Floor
Carson City, NV 89701
Public Works Conference Room in Las Vegas (Video-conferenced)
1830 E. Sahara Ave. Second Floor, Room 204
Las Vegas, NV 89104
Who: People from business, social services, education, or personal experience who have information and ideas about how to help women successfully join the workforce and take care of their families.
How: Bring your ideas in writing as testimony to submit to the Commission for Women the day of the public meeting. If you are not able to attend in person or if you wish to submit your responses electronically, please take a few minutes to complete the questionnaire at this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SuccessfulWomen
Your feedback and that of other concerned Nevadans is very important to the Commission. Please forward this email to others, or post the survey link (above) to your social media accounts, to help the Commission get feedback from as many people as possible. Questionnaire responses will be accepted September 28, through October 24, 2016.
To learn more about the Commission For Women, visit its website at: http://admin.nv.gov/CommissionForWomen/