Women's Interests Collaboratives

The Women's Resource Center is home to the collaborative group Greater Women’s Interests Collaborative (GWIC).


The purpose of the GWIC is to provide a supportive and fortifying space of relationship, dialogue, collaboration, and solidarity for those who advocate on behalf of the diverse interests of women and those who work toward gender equity and parity in educational, social, civic, economic, and political spheres, and to harness our collective energy for progressive change in both the academic and Tucson communities.


University of Arizona participating organizations
Association of Women Faculty
Commission on the Status of Women
Department of Gender and Women’s Studies
LGBTQ Affairs
Minority Women Faculty
Oasis Program Against Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence
Programs for Inclusive Excellence
Southwest Institute for Research on Women
The Aspire Project, Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences
UA Advance (completed UA grant program)
Women in Science and Engineering
Women’s Studies Advisory Council


Greater Tucson/Community participating organizations 
Association of Women in Higher Education
Association for Women in Science
American Association of University Women
Abortion Access Network of Arizona
Arizona List
Arizona Women’s Political Caucus
Black Women’s Task Force
Emerge!
Girls Scouts of Southern Arizona
Kore Press
Las Adelitas
NARAL
Planned Parenthood Arizona
Pima Community College Gender and Women’s Studies
Pima County / Tucson Women’s Commission
PowerSource Tucson
Raytheon Women’s Network
Southern Arizona Center Against Sexual Assault
Tucson Chapter of the Women's International League for Peace & Freedom
Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
YWCA
Women’s Foundation of Southern Arizona


The GWIC members meet once a semester.
If your organization is interested in joining our collaborative group, please email Krista at krista@email.arizona.edu.

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