Local

Women in Municipal Office
Women Mayors of Cities over 30,000
Women Mayors of the Top 100 Most Populous Cities
  • Women in Municipal Management: Choice, Challenge and Change

    by Ruth Ann Burns with Lora L. Fong and Susan Fuhrman
    1980, 210 pages
     

    This report about research conducted under a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development identifies and documents the routes of opportunity, credentialing requirements, necessary skills, barriers, and support systems related to the recruitment, hiring, and promotion of women as municipal managers. It also examines the relationship between elected women and women administrators serving in the same communities.

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    Research
    Local
  • Profile of Women Holding Office II

    by Marilyn Johnson and Susan Carroll with Kathy Stanwick and Lynn Korenblit
    Center for American Women and Politics, 1978, 71 pages

    CAWP produced the first-ever directories of U.S. elected women, who were surveyed in 1975 and 1977. The directories included names, addresses and background data. Each directory included a statistical essay, also published as stand-alone documents, examining the numbers, personal characteristics, political backgrounds, issue orientations, and ambitions of women in federal, state, county, and local government as reported in the surveys. 

    Report
    Research
    CAWP Scholar
    State Legislature
    Local
    Statewide Executive
    Congress
  • Profile of Women Holding Office I

    by Marilyn Johnson and Kathy Stanwick
    Center for American Women and Politics, 1976, 37 pages
     

    CAWP produced the first-ever directories of U.S. elected women, who were surveyed in 1975 and 1977. The directories included names, addresses and background data. Each directory included a statistical essay, also published as stand-alone documents, examining the numbers, personal characteristics, political backgrounds, issue orientations, and ambitions of women in federal, state, county, and local government as reported in the surveys. 

    Report
    Research
    CAWP Scholar
    State Legislature
    Local
    Statewide Executive
    Congress