Commission on the Status of Women (“CSW”)
The Commission on the Status of Women (“CSW”) was established by the Board of County Commissioners (Ord. No. 16-22, § 2, 9-13-16) on September 13, 2016 for the purpose of serving in an advisory capacity to the Board of County Commissioners, the County Administrator, the community and all agencies and persons in Pasco with respect to all matters pertaining to women. The CSW shall make periodic reports and recommendations to these bodies with respect to such matters.
Vision: For Pasco to become Florida’s premier County for all women of all ages to achieve their fullest potential.
Mission: To elevate the status of women through community collaboration.
The CSW is composed of a total of fifteen (15) members. Ten members shall be nominees from the following organizations:
African American Club of Pasco County, Inc.
Hispanic Professional Women’s Association, Inc.
Pasco Economic Development Council
Pasco-Hernando State College
Premier Community Healthcare Group, Inc.
Saint Leo University
Sunrise of Pasco County, Inc.
United Way of Pasco County, Inc.
Women Lawyers of Pasco, Inc.
In addition, each Commissioner shall appoint one (1) member to the Commission. Members of the CSW shall be permanent residents of Pasco County and shall not serve for more than eight (8) consecutive years.
Membership on the CSW shall be for a term of three (3) years.
For 2021, the Commission on the Status of Women will meet on the first Monday of every month (excluding federal holidays) at 11am. Due to the pandemic, monthly meetings are being held as hybrid virtual meetings only, broadcasted live via YouTube via: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvlOC1VxmqM8_CiIYqe8iyA/featured Please join us.
During our CSW monthly meetings, attendees are given an opportunity to comment on listed agenda items, as well as non-agenda items during Public Comment.
Meeting dates for 2021 are as follows:
Jan 4 at 11am in New Port Richey
Feb 1 at at 11 am in Dade City
Mar 1 at 11am in New Port Richey
Apr 5 at 11am in Dade City
May 3 at 11am in Dade City
June 7 at 11am in New Port Richey
July - No meeting in observance of Independence Day Holiday
August 2 in Dade City
September - No meeting in observance of Labor Day Holiday
October 4 at 11am in New Port Richey
November 1 at 11am in Dade City
December 6 in New Port Richey