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Coakley outlined what she called a comprehensive plan to address the inequalities women face in Massachusetts during a visit the Crittenton Women's Union, a women's shelter and service provider in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston.
She serves on the Board of Directors of Raptor Pharmaceuticals, a public biotechnology company, and Crittenton Women's Union (CWU), a local non-profit organization helping low-income women.
2 million workers, lack the skills required to obtain jobs that pay enough to support their families, according to a Crittenton Women's Union report.
Colorado: Colorado Community Organizing Collaborative Illinois: Mercy Housing Lakefront; Noll Medical Pavilion Indiana: The Employment Network; JACTI/CTI Kentucky: FAHE/BPC Maine: eWaste Alternatives Maryland: Earth Share Massachusetts: CANnect; Crittenton Women's Union Minnesota: Collaboration of Housing Resource; MACC Commonwealth Services Nebraska: Mosaic
BOSTON -- A single working parent with two children in Greater Boston earning $16,000 a year, the state's minimum wage, and receiving all the major public support programs available to her can better support her household than she could earning $16 an hour ($32,000 a year) and receiving aid because of the disjointed public work support system, according to a new study released today by Crittenton Women's Union and The Center for Social Policy at the John W.
Prior to that time, she was the Director of Research and Innovation at the Crittenton Women's Union in Boston.
BOSTON -- Crittenton Women's Union (CWU), a Boston-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping low-income women attain economic independence, has been chosen as the inaugural local community partner of the Drug Information Association's "DIA Cares" initiative, launching during its 44th Annual Meeting being held in Boston from June 22 through June 26, 2008.
Moved by the organization's mission and by the speeches given by two Crittenton Women's Union (CWU) program participants who recounted their successful journeys to economic self-sufficiency, Orman wowed the crowd by announcing her unplanned pledge during her acceptance speech.