Younger Women's Task Force Featured

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The Younger Women’s Task Force, a project of the National Council of Women’s Organizations, is a nationwide, diverse and inclusive grassroots movement dedicated to organizing younger women and their allies to take action on issues that matter most to them. By and for younger women, YWTF works both within and beyond the women’s movement, engaging all who are invested in advancing the rights of younger women. Through its eleven chapters across the country, YWTF members are working to: 1. Provide a stronger voice in the policy making process for women in their 20’s and 30’s; 2. Increase the impact of younger women activists through the articulation of, and collaboration on, a common agenda; 3. Create a culture of inclusion where decision-making and power are practiced collectively, and members from diverse backgrounds participate in all levels of YWTF; 4. Define and develop the next generation of women leaders; 5. Create a local and national network for peer mentoring, networking and sharing resources.