PowerHouse Great Falls: Equal Pay in Montana -Online Event

Monday, Nov 30th @ 12:00 PM
PowerHouse Great Falls: Equal Pay in Montana
Online Event
As an organization that works to create equitable opportunities for women’s success, PowerHouse Montana cares deeply about equal pay for women. Join AshLy Tubbs from the Montana Equal Pay Task Force and the PowerHouse Great Falls team to learn more about what the work of the Equal Pay Task Force, and how YOU can work to close the gender pay gap in your own life!
FREE, registration required. For more information, click here.

 Join Us For Meet Your BPW Membership!

Join us for our VIRTUAL September 23rd Luncheon: “Meet Your BPW Membership!” 

With the uncertainty of Covid-19 changing our day-to-day schedules and lives, BPW’s events (both virtual and in-person) have decreased in numbers. With that said, we wanted to give you an opportunity to “Meet Your Membership!” and really get to know what each BPW member does, both personally and professionally.

Get all the details here https://bozemanbpw.org/eventlist/september-23rd-virtual-luncheon-meet-your-bpw-membership/

 In Case You Missing It: Virtual Panel Discussion: Expanding the Arc of the Suffrage Story

A message from The Extreme History Project:

Thanks to all of you who attended the presentation on Expanding the Arc of the Suffrage Story Panel Discussion last night, it was fabulous! If you missed it, don’t worry, it was recorded. Here is a link to the presentation, enjoy!


We would like to again thank our panelists – Forward Montana Executive Director, Kiersten Iwai, Montana Women Vote Community Organizer, Ekoo Beck, and MSU Professors Tomomi Yamaguchi and Franke Wilmer. 

We would also like to thank the organizers and sponsors of this program, The Extreme History Project, The Montana Racial Equity Project, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman Business and Professional Women, League of Women Voters of the Bozeman Area, Montana National Organization for Women, the MSU President’s Commission on the Status of University Women, MSU Women’s Center, Friends of the MSU Library, and KGVM – Gallatin Valley Community Radio.

 Montana sees most female statewide candidates in decades

Sharing an article from the Missoulian: Women stepping up to run for office in Montana