The Network City Program is the first national cross-sector network to bring individuals and organizations together to accelerate progress for women and girls in the long-term. We launched the first chapter in San Francisco in 2016 and will launch in Denver this spring, with plans to continue to expand quickly to meet the demand for women who want to engage in sustained action in their communities.
Here's how it works: The Network City Program convenes Local Advisory Councils (LACs) in each city, who commission a Women’s Well-Being Index in their city that identifies the status of women and girls across a set of key issue areas. Each LAC will bring together an inclusive group of individuals and organizations to design and implement collective impact projects that address the most pressing issues identified in the Women's Well-Being Index. Together, these individuals and organizations will work on projects that protect and advance the rights of women and girls in their cities and beyond.
If you'd like to join the network as an individual or an organization, you can do so here:
If you'd like to support the Network City Program without joining the network, you can do so here:
If you'd like to start a Network City chapter in your city, please submit your information to start the conversation here: