Commission on the Status of Women

About The Commission

The Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) was established through Ordinance No. 147478 passed by Mayor Tom Bradley in 1975 with the mission to advance the general welfare of women and girls in the Los Angeles community and to ensure that all women have full and equal participation in City government. The CSW engages in several different issue areas such as Gender Equality & Workforce Development, Gender Equality & Transportation, Preventing Harassment & Discrimination in the Workplace, Safe Cities L.A., Connecting Women in City Government, Cities leading Women, LA Women Mean Business and the Intersection of Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking & Female Homelessness.

The Commission on the Status of Women meets bimonthly, on the third Friday of every other month at 10:00 a.m. Meeting agendas are generally finalized a few days in advance.

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PRESIDENT FILLA STATEMENT ON ABORTION RIGHTS

PRESIDENT FILLA STATEMENT ON ABORTION RIGHTS

June 24, 2022
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STATEMENT ON TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

STATEMENT ON TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

November 19, 2021

Commissioners

Jackie Filla
Jackie Filla
President
Jackie Filla
Vicki Curry
Vicki Curry
Vice-President
Vicki Curry
Erma Bernard-Gibson
Erma Bernard-Gibson
Commissioner
Erma Bernard-Gibson
Marla Messing
Marla Messing
Commissioner
Marla Messing
Commissioner Dora Quach
Dora Quach
Commissioner
Dora Quach
Commissioner Myesha Ward
Myesha Ward
Commissioner
Myesha Ward
Photo of Nancy Rubin
Nancy Rubin
Commissioner
Nancy Rubin