This year we are focused on passing the equal pay portion of the Women’s Equality Act which is coming up for a vote as early as the week of April 20! A separate bill –A6075/S1 – was introduced by Assembly member Michele Titus in March.
Earlier this week on the The Daily Show, Jon Stewart cited a new study from the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR) that predicts women won’t reach pay parity with men until 2058.
Janet joined the NYS Women Buffalo Niagara Chapter late 2014. She is a Financial Advisor Recruiter from AXA Advisors LLC.
Tamara Owen is the President & CEO for the Olmsted Center for Sight, a not-for-profit agency whose mission is to assist individuals who are legally blind or visually impaired to achieve their highest level of independence through programs/services that focus on education, independence and employment.
Danielle Dudkowski from Insty Prints is our March member spotlight.
In 1996, when she and her husband, David opened The Treehouse Toy Store they were searching for a way to be able to stay in Buffalo.
WKBW and BNC honor Bernice Radle from Buffalove Development with the Women In Leadership Award.
The Women’s Equality Act, first introduced in the New York State Legislature in 2013, has several provisions, all of which are in keeping with our legislative platform and advocacy statement, in that they would redress the injustices, inequities and discrimination that women face throughout their lives.
The Buffalo Niagara Chapter of NYS Women, Inc. is pleased to announce a new partnership with WKBW-TV that showcases successful local working women who have given back to the Western New York community.
OUR LOCATIONBuffalo, New York
WHO WE ARE
Buffalo Niagara Chapter of NYS Women, Inc is a group of women of all ages representing a broad spectrum of employment fields. Since our Charter in 1934, we have promoted full participation, equality and economic self-sufficiency for all working women.