Gender Lens Project

Wyoming Women as Economic Drivers

June 16, 2021 ESPC is proud to announce the release of Wyoming Women as Economic Drivers! This new, nonpartisan report is the result of an ongoing partnership between ESPC, the Wyoming Women’s Foundation and the Wyoming Council for Women and highlights the crucial role of women in the Equality State’s economy. The report also offers key policy recommendations for ensuring …

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Our 2020 Impact Report Is Here!

When all of us here at ESPC paused recently to take stock of what your support accomplished for the people of Wyoming in 2020—a year filled with challenges—we were truly blown away. I hope you’ll read our inaugural impact report and feel as proud as we are of what you helped us achieve for Wyoming! …

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New Report: Key Policy Changes Would Ensure More Wyoming Women in Elected Office

February 26, 2021

The Wyoming Women’s Foundation (WYWF), in partnership with the Equality State Policy Center (ESPC) today released a policy brief on Wyoming Women in Elected Roles. The six-page report was prepared by the Wyoming Survey and Analysis Center at the University of Wyoming. It is part of a series of briefs the partners are working on to examine the current status of women in various areas that impact economic self-sufficiency.

The Legislative Session through A Gender Lens

February 4, 2021

ESPC’s Gender Lens Project is committed to examining policy and legislative action through a gender lens. Which has kept Jen busy through the month of January and into February.

On Barriers for Women’s Participation in Government

September 2, 2020

Following is ESPC’s response—submitted to the Legislative Services Office, as is protocol—to the inappropriate comments that Senator Anderson made to Ms. Wilmetti as she began her presentation.

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