Given the new challenges in a post-Janus world and upcoming 2020 statewide and national elections we have adapted the program to directly address the skills you will need to address these challenges successfully, this program is entirely online. While we will continue to build a community of top-notch AFSCME women leaders – this program can adapt to your busy life. The modules can be accessed either Live or you can complete them online on your schedule. You can continue to join other AFSCME Women each month to engage in discussions, view master classes, and complete online activities. The topics will focus on Leadership in the Workplace and Women Leaders in AFSCME, Inclusive Leadership, and Political Activism as Leadership. When you complete all three modules you will receive a certificate of completion. Below are the requirements for participation in the Academy. Click here to register today. 


  • Participate in four 30-45-minute Facebook Live and webinar sessions that will be conducted once per month from September through December 
  • Completion of a short quiz/evaluation after each session 
  • Completion of an action related to the monthly theme that seeks to strengthen your skills in union activism. 

Click here to register for the 2019 AFSCME WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP ACADEMY ONLINE
Click here to join the AFSCME Women Facebook Group to be a part of the online discussion. 


We hope you will take advantage of this powerful opportunity to help build your leadership skills and strengthen the community of AFSCME women. Sign up to be a part of the 2019 AFSCME Women's Leadership Academy Online. 

We believe the more diverse and inclusive our union is the stronger we are! As our country becomes more diverse, inclusion becomes of greater importance. Our implicit biases and privileges can affect our ability to create a more diverse and inclusive union culture.  In the first of four webinar
Get ready to harness your legislative and political power. You don’t have to be an elected official to be a political leader. In this session, we discuss the power that women have in electing pro-worker leaders.

AFSCME has benefited from strong women leaders since a group of civil service workers organized in Wisconsin in 1932.