Wyoming Women's Issues Survey (2012)
In June of 2012, the Wyoming Business Council contracted the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) at the University of Wyoming to conduct the third iteration of a telephone survey of women in Wyoming. The Survey Research Center (SRC) of WYSAC conducted the first survey in 2004, and the second survey in 2009. The surveys are designed to collect information on issues that are of importance and may be of concern to women in Wyoming.
Having completed three iterations of the survey, we now are able to test for significant and meaningful trends in the issues that affect women. In the 2012 survey, a total of 832 telephone interviews were completed with women in Wyoming.
Home & Community
Self Sufficiency Calculator (2016)
In 2015, Wyoming Women's Foundation with assistance from WCWI launched a new granting initiative. The study examines women’s abilities to support their families and themselves. It also creates awareness about ways to better support economic self-sufficiency for Wyoming women and their families.
Wage Disparity and Other Women's Issues in Wyoming (2007)
Report presented at For the Women of the Mountains International Conference in Orem, Utah.
Wage Disparity Study (2003)
In the 2002 Legislative Session, WCWI was directed to head a steering committee for a wage disparity study to be conducted by the University of Wyoming. The Legislature required a report to be presented to the Joint Minerals, Business and Economic Development Interim Committee on or before May 1, 2003. The study focuses on where wage disparities exist, the major causes of the wage disparities, the impact of wage disparities on Wyoming's economy, possible solutions to reduce or eliminate wage disparities, and the benefits of eliminating or reducing wage disparities.
State Board & Commissions
The participation of women on state boards and commissions is essential to representing everyone in Wyoming. Want to find out more about board openings? Visit the Secretary of State’s page and download the application.
Are you a woman who owns a Wyoming-based business? Make sure that you're listed in the current business directory! Find out more at the directory link below along with additional business resources at the Wyoming Business Council.