Washington, D.C. - February 21, 2014 - Women In Government Foundation, Inc (WIG) and Women In Government Coalition for Advocacy and Networking's (WIG CAN!) Board of Directors has appointed Dyan Alexander as the Interim Executive Director to fill the vacancy of Marjorie Maginn. Ms. Maginn, announced in January that she has decided to leave after almost three years leading the organization. Until a more permanent candidate is hired, Ms. Alexander will lead organization. The Board of Directors has begun a national search to permanently fulfill the position of President and Executive Director.
February 24, 2014
February 20, 2014
Today, Women In Government launched the Pulmonary Hypertension Policy Resource Center (PRC). The PRC will serve as a resource for our almost 1,800 women state legislators and constituents, providing the tools and knowledge necessary to support sound policies that help with the advancement of Pulmonary Hypertension awareness, prevention, and treatment. The Policy Resource Center builds on Women In Government's previous work on a Pulmonary Hypertension Toolkit, which has been available since January.
January 24, 2014
Women In Government Foundation, Inc (WIG) and Women In Government Coalition for Advocacy and Networking’s (WIG CAN!) President & Executive Director, Marjorie Maginn, has announced that she has decided to leave after almost 3 years leading the organizations.
January 17, 2014
Agenda topics will include healthcare, energy, economic development, education and leadership among others. The speakers will be a mix of content area experts and veteran legislators. We anticipate approximately 60 State Directors in attendance, in addition to speakers, sponsors and staff. We will welcome women from the Offices of Women's Health to participate, as well as young women from local colleges to participate in our leadership program, Future Women In Government.
January 17, 2014
January 3, 2014
Women In Government (WIG) today announced the launch of its Pulmonary Hypertension Legislative Toolkit, designed to provide information and resources regarding Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) for women state legislators. Each year, 10 to 15 million people are diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension, 200,000 are hospitalized, and more than 15,000 die of the disease.