Authorization and Accountability
The National Committee on Women’s Issues develops, reviews and monitors programs of the Association that significantly affect women.
The National Committee on Women’s Issues is an on-going Bylaws mandated committee.
Members, Terms and Criteria
The Committee shall be comprised of up to 5 members. Members serve for 3 years, one of whom will be the Board Secretary or another member of the NASW Board of Directors. The Chair is appointed for 2 years. The membership of the Committee is not included in the affirmative action statistics to avoid distorting the data.
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The National Committee on Women’s Issues was established in 1975 to develop, review and monitor programs of NASW that significantly affect women’s issues.