Wyoming women in elected roles
Representation, regardless of political party, is important.
Wyoming Women in Elected Roles is a six-page policy brief summarizing the status of women in Wyoming elected roles developed in partnership with the Wyoming Council for Women (WCW) and the Equality State Policy Center (ESPC). Authored by the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC).
- 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.
- Asks and answers questions like “Why are women underrepresented in elected roles?” and “How can we make elected roles more accessible to women?”
- Takes a closer look at structural barriers faced by women and describes policy changes and best practices.
The Equality State Policy Center hosted their March’s People’s Review: LIVE! with panelists who discussed Wyoming women in elected office with guest moderator former Rep. Sara Burlingame.