Women In Government Announces its new Board Chair, Colorado Senator Nancy Todd

WASHINGTON — Women In Government announces new chair of its Board of Directors for the biennium, Colorado State Senator Nancy Todd. Women in Government is the nation’s leading nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, based in Washington, D.C., dedicated to the empowerment of women state legislators across the country.

State Senator Nancy Todd (D-Colorado) has been involved with Women In Government for many years. Senator Todd began her involvement with the organization back in 2010 as a State Director and later joined the board of directors in 2013. Senator Todd will bring over a decade of legislative know to the chairmanship.

Elected in 2012, Senator Todd is serving in her second term in the Colorado State Senate. Prior, she served eight years in the Colorado House of Representatives.  Senator Todd is a member of the Senate Committee on Education, and the Senate Committee on Transportation. Before entering public office, Senator Todd spend twenty-five years as an educator in the Cheery Creek School District 5 in Aurora, Colorado.

Women In Government Foundation, Inc., headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a national, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of women state legislators that provides leadership opportunities, networking, expert forums, and educational resources to address and resolve complex public policy issues to all 1,808 women state legislators.  Women In Government leads the nation with a bold, courageous and passionate vision that empowers and mobilizes all women legislators to effect sound policy in areas such as healthcare, education, energy, the environment, transportation, criminal justice and more.  Learn more at www.womeningovernment.org