7 results

  • Driftless Area Women's Network (DAWN)

    Richland Center, WI
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZAOZAy8BVUvgqDOuCPFyGR7xqAgJ_VSdl6IrZhi27ak/edit

    This page supports DAWN -- Driftless Area Women's Network The Driftless Area Women’s Network (DAWN) is an inclusive alliance of women dedicated to improving our communities, our state, our country, and our world through direct action, advocacy, education, and political engagement.
  • East Side Progressives

    Madison, WI

    We, the Eastside Progressives, believe in a racially, ethnically, and economically diverse community of women and men committed to social justice. Our focus: candidate forums and speakers on relevant topics, as well as GOTV on Madison's east side.
  • Emerge Wisconsin

    Milwaukee, WI
    https://wi.emergeamerica.org/

    Wants to increase the number of democrat women in office
  • Family Values @ Work

    Family Values @ Work

    Milwaukee, WA
    familyvaluesatwork.org

    27 progressive state coalitions working for paid sick days, paid leave and policies that value families at work.

  • Render

    Render

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    http://www.rendertech.us/

    After nearly 10 years as the Executive Director with the League of Young Voters, Dr. Rob "Biko" Baker spent the last 2 years immersed in the technology sector working with ThoughtWorks, a leading custom software agency. There he helped develop tech strategies at scale for social cause organizations. By launching Render, it his goal to bring agile project management and continuous delivery approaches to social cause and public sector through digital storytelling.

  • State Innovation Exchange SiX

    State Innovation Exchange SiX

    Madison, WI
    stateinnovation.org

    The State Innovation Exchange (SiX) is a national resource and strategy center that supports state legislators in advancing and defending progressive policies across the country. With a long-term vision of building progressive power and infrastructure at the state level, we have built a network of more than 1,500 elected officials who represent all 50 states.