Meet our new CEO, Maria Chavez WilcoxYWCA is pleased to announce our new CEO as of September 21, Maria Chavez Wilcox. The first Latina to hold this position, she succeeds Sue Sherbrooke, who is retiring after 32 years with YWCA.
YWCA 2015 Annual ReportRead our annual progress report for more information on what we’ve accomplished, who’s supported us, and where we’re going.
Comcast Tech Literacy LabThanks to a $30,000 grant from Comcast, the WorkSource Downtown Seattle located in YWCA Opportunity Place will have new computers and digital literacy classes for low-income job seekers. This initiative was designed in partnership with Millionair Club, with additional funding from United Way of King County.
2016 Shades of LeadershipNovember 10Join us to celebrate girls of color who are leading the way in our community at this annual benefit for YWCA GirlsFirst.
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