The Bucks County Women’s Advocacy Coalition, a non-partisan coalition of Bucks County individuals and numerous non-profit organizations that serve women and girls, has announced the formation of its new Board of Directors.
Executive Committee members include: Nancy Morrill – President, Carolyn Cowgill – Secretary, Karen Kreller – Treasurer, Tam St. Claire – First Vice President, and Kathy Beveridge – Second Vice President.
According to Nancy Morrill, new President and current Chair of the Coalition’s Steering Committee, “The Coalition reached the point in its evolution that we needed to create a formal Board of Directors to lead us into the future.”
Organized in 2008 as an advocacy and education project of the Bucks County Women’s Fund, the Coalition became in June 2011 a strategic alliance of A Woman’s Place. Currently there are 100 individual partners and 33 organizations partnering to speak with one voice about the systemic public and private reforms needed to foster economic self-sufficiency of Bucks County women and their families.