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Women’s Advancement

Our mission is to promote gender equity by empowering women and removing systemic barriers to their advancement.

Our office embodies Mayor Walsh’s commitment to advance and support women in Boston. We focus on three priority areas: economic equity, safety, and empowerment. 

Some of our work includes:
  • a first-in-the-nation approach to closing the gender wage gaps
  • reducing demand for sex-buying and trafficking
  • programming for women entrepreneurs, and
  • research on supports for the childcare sector and childcare access and affordability.
Women's Advancement
Contact
1 City Hall Square
Room 804
Boston, MA 02201-2025
United States
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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Monthly updates on events and information important to women and allies in Boston.
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News and Announcements

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Jan 16

Mayor Walsh challenges Trump administration's changes to Title IX

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May 15

Tania Del Rio named executive director of Women's Advancement

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May 1

Boston girls invited to BCYF citywide Girls Summit on Saturday, May 12

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Mar 16

Sarah Fuller: early deaf education advocate

Archives and Records Management

Boston Women's Memorial

The memorial is dedicated to three women who helped shape the City’s history.