SE Seattle Women’s voices are put front and center in Got Green’s “Women in the Green Economy” project.  The project surveyed women in SE Seattle around four issue areas: green jobs; green homes; access to healthy and fresh foods; and better access to public transportation options.

Tammy Nguyen, lead organizer in the “Women in the Green Economy” project, hopes that once women are surveyed about their priorities, they will attend informal roundtables to further discuss issues they care about and to ensure that women’s concerns are heard in the  green movement.

Jill Mangalin, Got Green Board member and steering-committee member, trains volunteers to conduct surveys in the community. Photo courtesy of South Seattle Beacon Neighborhood newspaper

 

Read the full article on “Women in the Green Economy” project in the South Seattle Beacon Neighborhood newspaper: http://www.southseattlebeacon.com/main.asp?SectionID=26&SubSectionID=248&ArticleID=28675

To participate in the project or for further information, contact Tammy Nguyen, organizer at Got Green @ 206-290-5136 or tammy@gotgreen.org

This project is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods 

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