I love the name of the report released this week by Vermont Works for Women – ENOUGH SAID!
..meaning enough chitter-chatter about the work and economic independence challenges facing young women and girls in the state, and let’s get to ACTION and change the trend.
(FYI, women are twice as likely as men to live in poverty, both in Vermont and nationally.)
ENOUGH SAID – Young Women Talk about School, Work and Becoming Adults: Why We Should Listen and What We Can Do was released by Vermont Works for Women at the State House this week.
The nonprofit org, based in Winooski, helps women and girls recognize their potential and explore, pursue, and excel in work that leads to economic independence. Continue reading