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April is (still) Wyoming Equal Pay Month

It's 2024, and women in the "Equality" state are earning just .70 for every dollar a man earns; a gap that creates obstacles to self-sufficiency for women and families. There's clearly more work that needs to be done to ensure Wyomingites are paid their worth. To...

In the Interim…

Teachers (71% of whom are women) and school counselors are burned out and leaving the profession at high levels. The Teacher Retention and Recruitment Taskforce tackled the issue and presented the committee with several recommendations. 

The End of the 2023 Legislative Session

The 2023 Legislative Session Concluded on March 3rd, 2023! The Wyoming Women’s Foundation finished the Legislative Session by attending the Governor’s signing of HB04 into law! It was a joyous event, with lots of emotion, words of congratulations, and a genuinely...

April is Wyoming Equal Pay Month

The Wyoming Women’s Foundation (WYWF) is pleased to partner with the Wyoming Council for Women (WCW) and the Equality State Policy Center (ESPC) in announcing that April 2, 2023, is Wyoming Equal Pay Day. Observed each year, the date reflects the additional number of...

Wyoming’s Late to Equal Pay Day

To raise awareness of pay inequity and its causes, the Wyoming Women’s Foundation partnered with the Wyoming Council for Women and the Equality State Policy Center to publish updated research on Wyoming’s Gender Wage Gap. The Wage Gap in Wyoming in 2022: How Gender,...

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