The intention of this project is to gain a deeper understanding of the status of women of all backgrounds in Sonoma County and to respond to the specific needs and concerns they have.
The Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women invites you to participate in our second annual Voices of Sonoma County Women survey! We are conducting this study to gain a deeper understanding of the status of girls, women, transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, and gender nonconforming persons in our communities and to assess the social and economic impact of the COVID- 19 pandemic.
The Commission on the Status of Women is passionate about hearing from women from a wide range of backgrounds. Here are the links to the 2021 survey:
The 2020 Voices of Sonoma County Women Report was prepared with the data generated from Listening Sessions held throughout the County, including one held for the women housed at the Sonoma County Main Adult Detention Facility, and responses to the Voices of Sonoma County Women survey.
Data was collected between January 2019 and January 2020. We are currently sharing this report with organizations and individuals throughout Sonoma County.
The Commission on the Status of Women is passionate about hearing from women from a wide range of backgrounds. As we continue with our 2021 Voices research, we plan to expand recruitment efforts and include additional questions that capture a wider array of experiences.
2020 Voices of Sonoma County Women (Executive Summary) (PDF: 73 kB)
2020 Voices of Sonoma County Women (Complete Report) (PDF: 729 kB)
Informe 2020 Voces de Mujeres del Condado de Sonoma (Resumen Ejecutivo) (PDF: 78 kB)
Informe 2020 Voces de Mujeres del Condado de Sonoma (Reporte Completo) (PDF: 797 kB)
Ad hoc members: Commissioners Jan Blalock, Marta Cruz, Katie Gordon, and Ofra Isler
Past ad hoc members included: Commissioners Trisha Almond, Dianna McDonald, Peg Rogers, and Jenny Whyte
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