Women’s Recovery Response

The Commission is facilitating a statewide Women’s Recovery Response in the wake of COVID-19. Please click below to learn more about this program and our grantees.

2021 CCSWG Annual Report

This is the Commission’s first Annual Report and we are honored to announce that it has been recognized as a 2022 Gold Stevie Winner in The 20th annual American Business Awards®!

Start a Local Commission!

Download a copy of our handbook “Guide to Starting a Local Commission” below for more information on how to start a commission in your county or city. 

Your Vote Is Your Voice

Learn more about our partnerships, hear from women leaders about voting in California, and access resources and information.

 

California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls Chair Lauren BabbSecond Vice Chair Erica Courtney and Interim Executive Director Holly Martinez at a strategic planning session for the California Women’s Recovery Response.

2020-2021 Commission Meetings

Notice and the agendas are available on our website here and contain a new Zoom link and dial in number for each meeting. Please mute the web stream audio on your electronic device (i.e. computer, tablet, smartphone) when listening or speaking on the phone. View all Commission Posts and search our directory for local women’s commissions.

December 6, 2021

11AM – 1PM

April 5, 2022

11AM – 1PM

August 9, 2022

11AM – 1PM

February 25, 2022

11AM – 1PM

June 27, 2022

9AM – 11AM

October 4, 2022

11AM – 1PM

About the Commission

For more than 50 years, the California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls has identified and worked to eliminate inequities in state laws, practices, and conditions that affect California’s women and girls. Established as a state agency with 17 appointed commissioners in 1965, the Commission regularly assesses gender equity in health, safety, employment, education, and equal representation in the military, and the media. The Commission provides leadership through research, policy and program development, education, outreach and collaboration, advocacy, and strategic partnerships.

*All references to ‘women and girls’ include gender-expansive individuals (cis women and girls, trans women and girls, nonbinary individuals, gender-nonconforming individuals, genderqueer individuals, and any women or girl identified individuals).

Contact Us

Sacramento

925 L Street #345
Sacramento, CA 95814 USA

+9164965770

info@women.ca.gov

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Lauren Babb

Commission Chair

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Holly Martinez

Executive Director

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Gavin Newsom

Governor

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