May People's Review LIVE!
In the 2023 Legislative Session "ESG" was a buzzing topic, but what does that mean to you? Join us on May 25th to hear from our expert panel on ESG and what it means for Wyoming. Stay tuned for our webinar recording & next topic!
OP-ED Highlight: Election Reform should not be taken lightly
This year, our Wyoming Legislature introduced more than two dozen election-related bills, nearly 8% of the total number of bills introduced this session. Based on this volume alone, one might presume that the credibility or security of Wyoming’s election system is in doubt.
That presumption would be wrong.Read More
Re-cap SHAPE WY 2023
ESPC hosted our first in-person SHAPE Wyoming grassroots lobbyist training, January 23rd in three years. We were grateful to have activists from every corner of the state join us to learn about advocating, lobbying, and using their stories to affect change.Read More
Even in the Equality State, Women Still Get Paid Less
The Wyoming Women’s Foundation WYWF, in partnership with ESPC and the Wyoming Council for Women, released a new report entitled The Wage Gap in Wyoming in 2022: How Gender, Race and Ethnicity Affect Pay Equity.Read More
That’s a Wrap: Jenn Lowe’s Year in Reflection
We’ve wrapped up 2022, learn more about Jenn’s first year as Executive Director at ESPC.Read More
Recap: RUN WY 21
October 29, 2021 Here we are at the end of October wrapping up the second annual RUN WY online edition! You might be asking, Why offer a leadership development and candidate training in a non-election year? Because, as Week 1 presenter Jessica Jaubert pointed out, “The best time to get your campaign started is right …Read More
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