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"Break the Ceiling"
Women's Commission Spokane Outreach Event July 29, 2019

Women's Commission Spokane Outreach Event July 29, 2019

Women's Commission with Governor Inslee October 15, 2019

Front Row: Marie Vela, Representative Mary Dye, Michelle Gonzalez, Governor Inslee, Michelle Merriweather, Dr. Tara Fairfield, Regina Malveaux, Monica Holland. Top Row: Jackie Boschok, Graciela Gomez Cowger, Rituja Indapure, Grace Huang.

Senate Law and Justice Committee September 20, 2019

Women's Commission Director, Michelle Gonzalez, and Legislator Advisor, Senator Lisa Wellman, presented on a panel for the Senate Law and Justice Committee regarding increasing women on corporate boards. 

Bill signing of 2SHB 1713 with Governor Inslee.
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls bill signing
The Women’s Commission supports 2SHB 1713, which Governor Inslee signed today, April 24, 2019.  This bill creates two liaison positions within Washington State Patrol to build relationships with Native American communities to improve the reporting and investigation of missing and murdered...

Mission & Vision Statements

Mission: The Washington State Women’s Commission improves the life of every woman by ensuring equitable opportunities and removing systemic barriers through engagement, advocacy, and public policy, while being inclusive of our diverse populations.

Vision: Every woman is healthy, safe, prosperous, and empowered to achieve their full potential.

Our Director

In August 2020, Regina Malveaux was appointed to Governor Jay Inslee’s cabinet as Director of the Washington State Women’s Commission. Regina has served as one of our nine inaugural Commissioners for the past two years. ... more

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