How Are The Women
and Girls of Sacramento County?

We’d like to hear from you.



Congratulations, we did it!

Thanks to your work and support, Sacramento County will have a Commission on the Status of Women and Girls beginning this year!

Stay Involved!

Would you like to be a member of the new Commission?  If so, mail or deliver your application or youth application to the County Clerk of the Board by Friday, April 16, 2021. 


See our FAQs for more information about the application process.


Missed our report? Check out The Blue Ribbon Commission on the Establishment of a Sacramento County Women’s Commission report to the County Board of Supervisors.  The Blue Ribbon Commission report, presented in December  2020, was so well received that the Board voted unanimously to establish this new commission!   The Commission will be up and running in July, 2021. 


Watch this space for updates or sign up for our listserve.

About The
Blue Ribbon Commission

The Commission met between December 2019 and November 2020 to fulfill its mandate to “advise the Board of Supervisors and public about the structure, role, value and responsibilities” of a Sacramento County Women’s Commission.  Five ad hoc advisory committees were formed to carry out this work, which culminated in a report to the Board of Supervisors on December 15, 2020.


The Commission’s report was well received and resulted in a unanimous vote by the Board of Supervisors to establish a Sacramento County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls.


The Blue Ribbon Commission will continue meeting through July 2021 to support formalizing the new Commission and a nonprofit “Friends of the Commission.”


About Women's Commissions

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.

The Work of
the blue ribbon commission


the structure, role, value and responsibilities of women’s commission advisory bodies, including how and why other California counties have established women’s commissions. Also research available data about the current status of women and girls in Sacramento County.


to Sacramento County's women and girls, nonprofits, community leaders, and those serving women and girls everyday in our community. We invite you to take our survey, host and/or participate in a Listening Circle.


the Board of Supervisors and public about the role, value, structure, and responsibility of a permanent commission for women and girls in Sacramento County.

Get Involved

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.





Monthly Meetings

We welcome you to attend our monthly Commission meetings. Due to the current COVID-19 crisis we are now holding meetings via Zoom.

Ad Hoc Committees

Please join one of our five Ad Hoc Advisory Committees: Commission Models, Community Resources, Data and Research, Needs Assessment, and Youth.

Listening Circles

Host or attend a "How Are The Women & Girls?" Listening Circle by Zoom. We will support you through the process.


Our Fiscal Sponsor

Our Art Partner

Supervisor Phil Serna

Thank you to our Listening Circle Hosts

A Community For Peace


“Asian Pacific Island Women’s Voices: Making it Count” hosted by Advocate Sacramento, Indian Association of Sacramento, Indian Association of Sacramento, My Sister’s House


Foothill Farms High School/Black Child Legacy Campaign


Mira Loma High School




Planned Parenthood Mar Monte

Sacramento State University, College of Arts and Letters


St. John’s Program for Real Change




Women’s Wisdom Art

Connect with Us!