Sharing the Mission – More Organizations Like Ours in Gallatin County.
Contact: Debbie Blackburn, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: Since 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. Our commitment to our mission is reflected in all aspects of our work.
Mission: Athena is a home base for creative collaboration and peer-to-peer learning. We are focused on educating women on current leadership best practices and tools, civics, government, the electoral process, on closing the pay gap, and helping women business owners and entrepreneurs improve their business skills. Conferences happen annually around the state of Montana.
Contact: Lauren Caselli, email@example.com
Mission: A community located in the Mountain West for Creative Female Entrepreneurs looking to make solid business friendships, create a community of collaboration, and build a business that takes less time and makes more money.
Contact: Darryl Schliem, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: The Bozeman Area Chamber of Commerce, representing its membership, advocates economic vitality, high quality of life and preservation of the free enterprise system through leadership, vision and communication.
Contact: Meaghan Bailey, email@example.com
Mission: Our mission is to mobilize and engage young Montanans to use the democratic process to improve their lives and the lives of their fellow Montanans.
Contact: Karen deVries and Amanda Hendrix-Komoto, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: Facebook Group – Empowering individuals and connecting communities by promoting dialogue and events around equality, diversity, human rights, civil liberties and the environment.
Contact: Katie Pedersen, President email@example.com
Mission: Friendships for new residents and others.
Contact: Sally Maison, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: The League is dedicated to ensuring that all eligible voters – particularly those from traditionally underrepresented or underserved communities, including first-time voters, non-college youth, new citizens, minorities, the elderly and low-income Americans – have the opportunity and the information to exercise their right to vote.
Mission: To promote democratic values such as pluralism, equality and justice; challenge bigotry and intolerance; and organize communities to speak out in support of democratic principles and institutions.
To challenge hate groups and other extremists who use violence and intimidation as tools for political activism.
Mission: Montana National Organization for Women takes on issues related to women and families in our State. Our focus is on ending violence against women and economic justice, both through equal pay and not cutting benefits to our seniors.
Mission: Montana Women For provides education and advocacy to encourage the participation and empowerment of women within our democracy. MWF adheres to a progressive and socially conscious agenda, advocates for critical issues and works to hold our government accountable for its actions.
Contact: Micah Nielsen, email@example.com
Mission: Montana Women Vote is a coalition of non-profit women’s organizations working statewide to educate and mobilize low-income women and their allies to participate in the democratic process.
MSU Leadership Institute
Contact: Carmen McSpadden, Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: Inspiring MSU students to become leaders who serve as catalysts for positive change – speakers and trainings.
Mission: In an advisory capacity, the Commission evaluates and works to improve issues related to gender equity and diversity on Montana State University’s four campuses.
It is the Commission’s pledge to facilitate the creation and sustainability of an environment of accountability, integrity, and optimism through collaboration between and among the MSU campuses, ensuring an atmosphere of equity, support, and balance.
Through its continued efforts, the Commission will work toward the discovery and elimination of institutional barriers to the success of women and inspire women to become leaders, problem solvers, and innovators making meaningful contributions to MSU, the state of Montana, and society at large.
Contact: Betsy Danforth, email@example.com
Mission: Our focus is to empower women and create an equitable campus environment by offering educational programs to the university population about gender and women’s issues.
Mission: Connect women in Montana for mentoring statewide; provide and online directory with info about each person for visibility for hiring and board members. Host quarterly phone calls and webinars. Bozeman meets on the 4th Monday of each month “Mentor Monday.” 41 members in Bozeman.
Mission: Focus is to help start, grow, and sustain women-owned businesses.
Contact: Greta Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: Thrive’s mission is to utilize education, mentoring and support to empower all members of the community to achieve personal success.
Women’s Foundation of Montana
Contact: Jen Euell, email@example.com
Mission: The Women’s Foundation of Montana promotes economic independence through advocacy, research and education, and works to increase the number of women in leadership by supporting leadership programs.
Contact: Babs Noelle, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission: Women Who Wine is the first official Giving Circle organized under the umbrella of the Bozeman Area Community Foundation. Giving Circle. Raise money for local charities. Networking.