National Council for Research on Women

11 Hanover Square, 24th Floor, New York, NY, 10005

Phone: (212) 785-7335 | Fax: (212) 785-7350
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Website: http://www.ncrw.org

Principal Staff:

Aine Duggan, President
Andrea Greenblatt, Vice President of Operations
Debbie Kellog, Vice President for External Relations
Gail Cooper, Vice President for Programs


Type of Organization: National Research/Advocacy
Founded: 1982

Mission Statement:
The National Council for Research on Women (NCRW) is a network of leading university and community based research, policy, and advocacy centers with a growing global reach dedicated to advancing rights and opportunities for women and girls. We also have a Corporate Circle comprised of senior diversity professionals from leading U.S. and global member companies and a Presidents Circle of college and university leaders who share our commitment. NCRW harnesses the collective power of its network to provide knowledge, analysis, and thought leadership on issues ranging from reducing women's poverty to building a critical mass of women's leadership across sectors.

Subject Expertise: Business & Entrepreneurship, Communications, Culture & Society, Economic Development & Security, Education & Education Reform, Environment, Sustainability & Energy, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Globalization, Human Rights & Security, Health, Reproductive Rights & Sexuality, Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM), Violence, and Women's & Girls' Leadership.

Annual Meetings/Conferences:
Regional Conference, Fall, Bi-annual (October 2013, Stanford, CA)
Annual Conference, June, Bi-annual (June 4-6, 2012, Washington, DC)

Key Publications:
Women in Fund Management: A Roadmap for Achieving Critical Mass and Why it Matters
Gains and Gaps: A Look at the World's Women
Missing: Information about Women's Lives
Balancing the Equation: Where are Women & Girls in Science, Engineering and Technology?