Magi Thomley Williams, PNJ Guest columnist – Published 7:00 a.m. CT May 2, 2020 Women’s History Month celebrates women’s contributions to history, culture and society and has been observed annually in the United States every March since 1987. I have mixed feelings about recognizing a separate month for Women’s history. Setting aside a separate month to […]
Benefits of IWP
Women Supporting Women
Member benefits-available to females who are not actively seeking political office or currently holding political office
Since 2013, we have encouraged women to participate in the political process, provided networking opportunities for women, and educated the community about the benefits of women in politics.
To achieve our purpose, IWP will —
Encourage women to consider political office a worthy endeavor
Help women see themselves as viable candidates
Provide candidates the knowledge and the tools to conduct successful campaigns
Educate communities on the benefits of electing women to office
Promote understanding of the obligations and responsibilities of public service.
Voting Members of the Corporation shall have the exclusive right to hold elected or appointed office within the Corporation, to include appointment to committees of the Board of Directors. Voting membership is reserved to women age eighteen (18) and older. —Institute Bylaws 2.1 and 2.2
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Together we as women achieve more than any single
person could ever do alone.
Our Mission Statement
To transform politics by increasing women’s engagement and representation in public leadership and the political process.
Integrity, inclusivity, mutual respect, and making a difference.
A future where women are engaged, represented, respected, and take leadership roles in the political process.
The voice from our Officers & Board members
Our Board of Directors and members have been published in our local Pensacola News Junorial - Guest View
All societies have what Emile Durkheim, a noted sociologist, called collective consciousness.
Women in Politics… Why and Why Now? A number of important societal institutions and services are influenced by politics: education, healthcare, infrastructure, transportation