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Mayor's Office of Engagement for Women

Improving opportunities for civic engagement and economic success in the lives of women, girls, and those who identify as female.

Mayor’s Office of Engagement for Women

What we do

The Office of Engagement for Women (OEW) promotes economic, educational, and social opportunities for Philadelphia’s women, girls, and individuals who identify as female. We support public policy and advocacy initiatives relating to:

  • Leadership development.
  • Education.
  • Health and wellness.
  • Civic engagement.
  • Gender equality.
  • Social justice.

As part of our work, we support the efforts of the Philadelphia Commission for Women. OEW is part of the larger Office of Public Engagement.

Learn about the Philadelphia Wage Equity Ordinance, a law that makes it illegal for employers, employment agencies, or their agents to ask an individual about their current or prior salary history during the application or hiring process. The ordinance is enforced by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations (PCHR), and only applies when an employer is interviewing a prospective employee for a position located in Philadelphia.

Connect

Address
City Hall
Room 115
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Email jovida.hill@phila.gov

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Events

  • Oct
    9
    60 Minutes. Period.
    10:00 am to 11:00 am

    60 Minutes. Period.

    October 9, 2021
    10:00 am to 11:00 am, 1 hour

    Join ZenaEmpowered and the Philadelphia Commission for Women for 60 Minutes. Period.  for a virtual discussion on menstruation on Saturday, October 9th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am. Throughout the ages, women and girls have been marginalized because they have periods.  In 60 minutes, hear how to be an advocate for yourself, gain comfort and confidence with your period, and learn about ways we can collaborate to remove barriers to equality imposed on women and girls because we have periods.

    Sign up here: bit.ly/60minutesperiodPHL 

Leadership

Jovida Hill
Executive Director
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