Federally Employed Women (FEW), founded in 1968, is a private, non-profit membership organization with over 100 Chapters across the USA working exclusively to end sex discrimination and towards the advancement of women in federal service.
The election results are in. The 2014 - 2016 National Board of Directors for Federal Employed Women are:• President: Michelle Crockett• Executive Vice President: Wanda Killingsworth• Vice President for Policy & Planning: Georgia Thomas• Vice…Continue
The true VA scandal is shared across the federal government AT THE Department of Veterans Affairs, the federal government’s largest employer (the Army ranks second), only 56.9 percent of employees believe they can disclose a suspected violation of…Continue
Kay Morrison is 90 years old. And in 1943, when she worked as a journeyman welder on the assembly line at Kaiser Shipyard #2 in Richmond, California, she earned the same wage as the man working the graveyard shift alongside her.As Kay said, "it can…Continue