Jen Simon is the founder of the Wyoming Women’s Community Action Network and she works with women around the state to increase access to health care, representation, visibility, and the economic security of women in the Equality State.
After traveling a lot in her youth and after earning her Master’s Degree in Divinity from Vanderbilt, she then accepted a role doing national service work in Teton County.
In this episode, you’ll hear what keeps her in Wyoming after 20 years, her stern grandmother’s lasting effect on her values, and how women’s rights became her passion.
“How do we lift up the benefit that women provide in our state?” – Jen Simon
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“The Wyoming Women’s Community Action Network really exists to try and make sure that we continue to move the needle, continue to move forward, and get people in the Equality State to understand the real benefits that women bring.” – Jen Simon
- What the Wyoming Women’s Community Action Network does
- The most pressing issues of equality in Wyoming
- What motivated Jen Simon to pursue national service work in Wyoming
- The impact the Wyoming Women’s Community Action Network has had on the state
- The role divinity plays in women’s rights