Federally Employed Women - 50th National Training Program

Principal of WPG, Tonya Saunders, spoke about legislation and advocacy last week at Federally Employed Women's 50th National Training Program in Atlanta, Georgia. For 48 years Federally Employed Women (FEW) has been training federal workers for personal and professional career growth. In conjunction with the National Training Program, FEW reflected on its history of advocating for women by celebrating a major milestone of turning 50 years old. The theme for the 49th National Training Program: “Leaving a Legacy – 50 Years and Counting”. 

Tonya Saunders spoke about advocating for issues that are important to FEW, such as:

  • The Paycheck Fairness Act

  • Anti-Sexual Harassment and Gender Discrimination Legislation

  • The Federal Employees Paid Parental Leave Act of 2017

  • An Increase in Pay to Attract Skilled Workers and Maintain Retirement Benefits

  • Equal Rights Amendment

More information on FEW's support for legislation contact FEW at https://www.few.org/legislative/

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