We Are Women's March Minnesota
#WMM | #WomensMarchMN
Unity Principle Committees
Our Unity Principle Committees are the business of WMM. These grassroots teams will develop the strategies and goals to meet the mission of WMM and focus their work on education, amplification and activation in their issue areas. These Principles were created and ratified as part of the National Women’s March Movement.
Rights for People with Disabilities
Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Our Action and Operating teams are where we get s**t done in Minnesota. The Operations teams work behind the scenes to organize activities, brainstorm opportunities, reach out to the community, set up and market events. To be part of an Operations Team with WMM is to be part of the backbone of the organization.
Action Teams for Women’s March MN are the one’s who have their ear to the ground for the latest happening in their area of expertise and passion. Everything from reaching out to the legislature, getting people out to vote, engaging communities in greater Minnesota, to the upcoming young voters of our state and more.. action teams are at the heart of Women’s March Minnesota.
Greater MN Regional
Call To Action
our Leadership Team
The Leadership Team of Women's March MN is comprised of Board of Directors members, Action Team Leads, and Unity Principle Committee Leads. This team represents the grassroots nature of our work: working across issue areas, in alliance with community groups that have been seeking justice and equity for centuries, and in partnership with activists, volunteers, and individuals to amplify the voices of women to create community and progressive change in Minnesota.
our Board of Directors
The mission of Women's March Minnesota is to harness the power of women and their communities to create transformative social change. The Board of Directors of Women’s March MN is our official guiding body. The Board sets the direction for our organization and determines the big picture of WMM while ensures smooth running of the organization.
Our board seats align with our Unity Principle Committees, and includes executive officers. We launched as a 501 (c) 3 non-profit in February 2018, and we are currently recruiting to fill our remaining board positions with strong, empowered, feminist leaders.