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  • Oklahoma Women’s Coalition Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors

    OWC New Board of Directors FY17 Press Release For Immediate Release: July 19, 2016 CONTACT: Abbey Trent (405) 286-0356 Oklahoma Women’s Coalition Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors OKLAHOMA CITY- Statewide nonprofit Oklahoma Women’s Coalition welcomes four members to its Board of Directors this month. Among the new board

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  • OWC supports Equal Pay efforts at the Capitol

    Proposed bill could aid equal pay efforts in Oklahoma Lacey Eastes | Oklahoma Gazette For the full article, click here. “Equal pay legislation builds a brighter future for women and their families, said Kendra Horn, executive director of Sally’s List, an organization that recruits and trains women to run for political

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  • Conference to Address Underrepresentation of Oklahoma Women in Leadership Roles

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:    Abbey Trent Oklahoma Women’s Coalition (405)-286-0356 Conference to address underrepresentation of Oklahoma women in leadership roles OKLAHOMA CITY – Women who are interested in learning how to increase their involvement in politics and public service are invited to attend the “Pipeline to Politics” conference, presented by

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  • Oklahoma Women’s Coalition Selected to Host BBC’s 100 Women Debate

    For Immediate Release:      November 18, 2015 CONTACT:                            Abbey Trent (405)-286-0356 Oklahoma Women’s Coalition Selected to Host BBC’s Women Debate OKLAHOMA CITY- The Oklahoma Women’s Coalition has partnered with the British Broadcasting Corporation to be the local host of an hour-long online debate and discussion on Dec. 1 at

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  • Mind Your Own Business: May I have a refill please and, oh by the way, where do you go to school?

    Next time you eat out at a restaurant or check out at a store, be sure and ask your waitress or cashier where she goes to school, and congratulate her on her vo-tech or college pursuits. Many young women lack support from their families and it’s our responsibility to offer

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