Tag: women

Despite 2015 executive order, certification for women-owned business a struggle

In 2015, Gov. Jay Nixon signed an executive order requiring state agencies to meet a goal of 10 percent participation for minority-owned businesses and 10 percent for women-owned businesses. Though Gov. Eric Greitens has no said what he will do with the program, women and minorities are having difficulty with certification. […]

TWMP: Wendy Doyle and the Missouri Plan

On a special episode of This Week in Missouri Politics celebrating Women’s History Month, host Scott Faughn welcomes Wendy Doyle, the president and CEO of the Women’s Foundation, to discuss the role of the foundation and how their work is advancing progress for women in the state. “Everything we focus […]

Clinton, Trump hold battle of contempt in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS – The presidential forum between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at Washington University in St. Louis delivered early on the drama that the country anticipated since Friday. After tapes and audio emerged Oct. 7 of Trump explaining in blunt detail about his history with groping women and attempting […]

30 Women Changing Politics

The following thirty women are women who are the gladiators in the arena who rarely receive headlines or notoriety, though they are more than worthy. This list has no state or statewide legislators, no legislative staff, yet their actions have a direct impact on policy each and every day. Appearing […]