Posts Tagged: Women in Government

How to Advance Women’s Issues from City Hall

The Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement was established in 2014. Only two years later, it’s already made significant process towards its goals of increasing women’s representation inside City Hall and within the city-at-large. In a recent interview, the Office’s Executive Director Megan Costello discussed how they’ve managed to so rapidly grow and become an impactfulRead… Read more »

4 Steps for Talking to Men about Women in Gov

In a previous post, we discussed the importance of including men in conversations about women’s advancement in government. But let’s face it. That’s easier said than done. Talking to men about women’s issues can be uncomfortable. You might meet ambivalence, resistance, or even outright disdain. Alternatively, you might just have no idea how to relateRead… Read more »