Women. Working. Together.

The Women’s Council of Central Ohio, or WCCO, emerged to capitalize on the natural strengths of women, and their organizations, to collaborate.

Our mission is to leverage the power of women, fostering awareness and understanding and sharing our resources and events, among the myriad women’s groups that are already established in Central Ohio.

WCCO is not just another women’s group.

It is women working together.

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Monthly Meetings

Representatives from each member group meet monthly to personally connect and share strategy.  They develop strong cross-organizational relationships and collaboration, empowering each organization to achieve focus and strength.

Special Interest Groups

One of the goals of WCCO is to make each member organization stronger.  Our SIGs are small ad hoc or ongoing groups that meet regularly to explore and develop specific topics like trending issues, leadership development, or legislative advocacy.

Executive Advisory Panel

WCCO is guided by our Executive Advisory Panel comprised of a cross section of our member organizations.  This panel is dedicated to developing strategies for women to come together and make a difference in our world through our member organizations.

Upcoming Events

News and Updates

Tomorrow night, Makers will focus on Women In Business on WOSU Public Media www.makers.com/documentary/womeninbusiness ...

Shelly Lazarus was one of four women in her MBA class at Columbia University. She would go on to rise the ranks in the male-dominated world of advertising, eventually serving as CEO of Ogilvy & Mather for over a dozen years. Hear more of her story in MAKERS: Women in Business, premiering on PBS this Tuesday, October 28 at 9/8c! #MAKERSfilms #WomenMeanBusiness aol.it/1ztiPzL

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Still time to join tomorrow night and support Rox! ...

2nd Annual Girls Without Limits, An Evening Benefitting ROX

October 16, 2014, 6:00pm

We know that more confident girls make better decisions. During this special evening you will learn how the local non-profit organization ROX is building confidence in girls through evidence-based programming focused on health, safety, education and empowerment. The 'Girls Without Limits' fundraising event is becoming the "signature" fundraising event for ROX. The funds raised from this event go directly to helping girls participate in ROX programming. Based upon the overwhelming success of the inaugural event held in 2013, the 2014 'Girls Without Limits' event promises to be a stellar encore for the organization and the community! The event will be held at the New Albany home of TaKeysha Sheppard Cheney, founder and CEO of The Women's Book and The Girls' Book, as well as a founding ROX board member. It will feature live music, a silent auction, ROX-themed stations and activities, and a formal program, as well as heavy hors d'oeuvres, drinks, and desserts. Click below to get more details on the event, and to buy your tickets!

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