Wyoming Women's Action Network provides a wealth of research on the effect of regional economic, social, medical, and political factors on women. Make sure to check out their In The News page for news from across Wyoming on women's representation, female political figures and more.

Wyoming Council for Women The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues is a 14-member council with representation from each of the nine Judicial Districts, four at large members, and the chief executive officers of the Wyoming Business Council. The Governor appoints Council members through the Boards and Council’s Application process.

Wyoming Women's Legislative Caucus Women in the Equality State today have a long way to go to reach the 30% “tipping point” experts say is necessary to effectively address gender issues in campaigns and in politics. Women represent just 18% of the Wyoming State Legislature and 20% of elected state officials. That’s why the bipartisan members of the Wyoming Women’s Legislative Caucus have identified four priorities including Candidate Development.

Wyoming Women's Foundation WYWF makes grants and spearheads initiatives that benefit women and girls as well as our communities overall. As a statewide leader dedicated to promoting women and girls, we leverage funds through our endowment, and grantmaking is focused on lasting change.

The League of Women Voters "encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy." This organization brings together women in local chapters across the US to address issues that touch the lives of each woman–and therefore all people–in the nation and advocate for change. It's easy to keep up to date with their work, research, and media–look up your local chapter today and get involved!

  • Find your local LWV chapter here