The Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus (GKCWPC), an affiliate of the National Women's Political Caucus, is a multipartisan, multicultural, grass roots organization dedicated to increasing women's participation in politics and creating a power base designed to achieve equality for all women.
General membership meetings are held the 4th Thursday of every month. Networking and refreshments at 5:30 p.m. Membership meetings begin with the program are at 6-7 p.m. Check the calendar for details and future dates.
Local county-based Political Action Group (PAGs) meetings are generally held the third week of every month. Current locations include:
Northland (Clay and Platte Counties) Missouri
Midtown (Jackson County, south of the River to around 63rd Street) Missouri
Southtown (Jackson County, from 63rd Street to south) Missouri
Eastern Jackson County (East of I-435) Missouri
Johnson County Kansas
Wyandotte County Kansas
If you are interested in forming a Political Action Group in Cass County or Ray County, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Get your tickets now for the Greater Kansas City Women's Political Caucus annual Trailblazers event!
2345 Grand Blvd, KC MO 64108
Thursday, May 23rd | 6PM - 8PM
This year we are celebrating local women doing innovative work on environmental sustainability. Come mingle with these trailblazers, enjoy heavy apps provided by Zoës Kitchen and drinks. Our two keynote speakers will discuss environmental efforts happening in the metro area.
Lindsey Constance is a member of the Shawnee City Council and the co-founder of Metro KC Climate Action Coalition, an organization that works to find ways to counter the effects of climate change. A teacher for 16 years, Constance aims to improve the futures of her kids and those she has taught.
Beth Low-Smith is the vice president of policy for KC Healthy Kids, a group that works to foster support for healthy habits, both in our communities and by influencing policy. Formerly a Missouri State Representative, Low-Smith has devoted her career to advocating for increased opportunities for everyone.
Hall of Fame awardees to be announced.
We'll be on the 22nd floor of the Lathrop and Gage building at 2345 Grand Blvd. In the spirit of the event, we encourage guests to carpool, or take the bus or streetcar. Parking in the building parking garage is available and must be paid for in cash.