Tuesday, March 30th, 2021
Join us for a Webinar with Wells Fargo!
It is our mission to provide strategic resources to elected women for leadership development, exchange of diverse legislative ideas, and effective governance through our digital community. NFWL is excited to join our valuable partners at Wells Fargo to bring attention to an issue that impacts all our constituents, and our families.
Join us on April 7, 2021
2pm ET for an informative Webinar!
Women’s History Month
We are pleased to join women across the nation to celebrate women’s contributions to history, culture and society. NFWL is honoring Women’s History Month by providing you ways to celebrate digitally.
Tag us on Facebook and Twitter to share how you are celebrating, and use our platform to connect. We’ve included a few things we’re still doing digitally to celebrate, and if the social distancing somehow gives you time on your hands, we hope you can do something celebratory and fun! Read on to find out how to celebrate Women’s History Month this year!
THANK YOU to all our women who have sent letters during Women’s History Month! Letters have been tracked and sent to over 30+ states! A few simple words to acknowledge how another woman has inspired you can mean a lot to her. Let us know where you wrote a letter to!
|Monthly Member Spotlight: Senator Margaret Rose Henry Bridge|
“We have come a long way as a society and one individual who played a huge role with moving this state forward is former State Senator and my good friend Margaret Rose Henry. With Women’s History Month unfolding, I decided to recognize her contribution to this state by having flags designed and hung along the Margaret Rose Henry Bridge by the Riverfront in Wilmington.
Thank you Senator for all of your hard work.”– Senator Stephanie Bolden, DE
Rep. Bolden, an NFWL Board member, led the initiative to rename the bridge after Ms. Henry, and weighed in on the design of the flags that hang along the bridge.
NFWL is considering working on a variety of issues to be featured in 2021.
- Addressing the digital divide, especially as it relates to education
- Mental health
- Continued COVID-19 relief
- Energy and grid reliability
- Elder care, abuse, and financial security
Do you have any feedback on these issues, or have any others to suggest we consider?
Contribute to NFWL’s Policy Conversation by providing your feedback! We’re always looking to hear from elected women on how we can make our programming better. Fill out the survey below in just a few short minutes, and have your voice heard.
2021 State Directors
NFWL State Directors serve as a point of contact for elected women in each state, and work to bring more elected women the opportunities and resources that NFWL has to offer. Stop by and say hello to a colleague from your state!
If you are interested in serving in your state, please let us know by completing a Willingness to Serve form. Click on the box below to see the list of currently serving NFWL State Directors.
Calling All Leaders
Complete Your Willingness to Serve
Leadership positions are a great way for members to become more involved with NFWL. From joining one of our many committees, to becoming a State Director or Board Member, we have great opportunities for those who are wanting to help NFWL govern and grow. Fill out our Willingness to Serve form if you are interested in a leadership role.
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