How Are The Women
and Girls of Sacramento County?
We’d like to hear from you.
Write a letter or email of support for the resolution (agenda item #6) to:
We hope you will be able to tune into the Board meeting on Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. – http://metro14live.saccounty.net. – to view this historic milestone for the women and girls in Sacramento County. View the meeting agenda.
Thank you for your interest and participation in our work over the past year. Just one more step to go and we can join together to support our new commission, on behalf of Sacramento County’s women and girls.
The Blue Ribbon Commission on the Establishment of a Sacramento County Women’s Commission (BRC) is an interim commission with a mandate to advise the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors and public about the viability of establishing a permanent women’s commission in Sacramento County.
Established by unanimous vote of the Sacramento County Board of Supervisors on July 27, 2019, the BRC is tasked with advising the Board of Supervisors and public about the structure, role, value and responsibilities of a Sacramento County Women’s Commission. The BRC meets monthly and has five Ad Hoc Advisory Committees that meet regularly and are open to public participation. We invite you to join our work and support the establishment of a commission for women and girls in Sacramento County!
Women’s commissions exist to promote equality and economic and social well being for women and girls. The vision of women’s commissions internationally, nationally and across California is that all women and girls will experience fairness and equity in health care, housing, safety, high-quality education, wages and employment. Learn More.
Through listening circles, events, outreach, surveys, and art projects, we are connecting with women and girls across Sacramento County. Join us today as we work to uplift the voices and experiences of women and girls in Sacramento County.