In hosting its 2018 Conversation with Elected Officials, the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition underscored its mission to both educate the public and advocate on behalf of women for the economic security of all. As a relative newcomer to the workings of BCWAC and to Bucks County itself, I came away from this event with […]
By Lydia Winderman Coalition Partner and Committee Member Since I was on the planning committee for BCWAC’s First Annual Meeting, I made several calls looking for new members and volunteers. As I explained the purpose of our organization, I put emphasis on the fact that it is neither Democratic nor Republican and that it exists to […]
SR62, the study of the Cliff Effect that the Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition (BCWAC) has been working on for four-years with PA Senator Chuck McIlhinney, today passed out of committee unanimously and will now go to the Senate for a final vote, according to Tam St. Claire, BCWAC President. This bill does not have to […]
By Noni West BCWAC Individual Partner May 6th smiled on “those women from Bucks’ as we piled into our cars at 6:30 a. m. to make our way to Harrisburg for our Advocacy Day visit. Eleven of us gathered at four different locations to carpool. We had received copious information from Nancy Morrill, Tam St. […]
BCWAC representatives met with Bucks County Commissioner Diane Marseglia on Friday, February 21 to discuss the need for gender specific data in the next county needs assessment, housing status and other issues. From left are: Nancy Morrill, Peggy Dator, Tam St. Claire, Kathy Beveridge and Commissioner Marseglia.