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Columbus Needs Its Women — Now Hiring!

Columbus Needs Its Women — Now Hiring!

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Columbus is calling to its women who have a mind for innovation and change in women’s policies. The city is officially accepting applications for individuals interested in serving the Columbus Women’s Commission, launched by Mayor Andrew J. Ginther.

The commission will be focused on four facets with the goal of advancing women’s economic well-being: pay equity, housing and safety, health and nutrition, and workforce development and education.

The commission will be appointing 13 individuals with one or two year terms beginning January 2017. You only need to participate for 6 to 10 hours a month, and attend the monthly meetings. Sounds like a good deal for women’s advancement!

In a news release from the Columbus Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Ginther said, “We are looking for leaders throughout the community with a diverse range of experiences and backgrounds. I believe the Columbus Women’s Commission has an opportunity to make real and tangible differences in the lives of women in Columbus.”

Applications are due October 21 and can be found on the Women’s Commission website.


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