Since 1991, leaders from across Florida have been appointed to the Florida Commission on the Status of Women (FCSW). Collectively, these leaders, with the support of dedicated staff, work to deliver programming aimed at improving the well-being of Florida women and girls – and by extension, all Floridians.

We have a three-fold mission: Collaboration. Education. Celebration.

We COLLABORATE with organizations statewide to raise awareness of the challenges and issues facing Florida women and families, and the resources available for assistance.

We EDUCATE Floridians by hosting educational forums and seminars on far-ranging women’s issues; from economic challenges to climbing the ladder of success.

We CELEBRATE the contributions and successes of women and girls.

In doing so, we strive to be a resource for lawmakers, businesses, and residents so they have a better understanding of these important issues.

Missed the 2022 LEAD Summit?

Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered! While the LEAD Summit was held in person on September 14, 2022, in Jacksonville, we've made the recordings of all of the sessions available online. Click here to learn more!

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50 Years of Title IX

Join us throughout 2022 as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Title IX. We will highlight some of the Florida women who advocated for its passage, discuss its history and evolution, and its impact on women over the last five decades. #empowerFLwomen

Deadline Extended!

Due to the impacts of Hurricane Ian, nominations for the 2022 FCSW Spirit of Community Awards are now being accepted through October 31, 2022. The Spirit of Community Awards recognizes meritorious women and men who have improved the lives of women of Florida and have served as positive role models for women and girls in their community. Learn more here.

2022 Florida Women's History Contest Winners!

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2021 Annual Report

The Florida Commission on the Status of Women recently delivered its 2021 Annual Report to the Florida Governor, Cabinet, and state leadership. The report chronicles the work and accomplishments of the Commission and details some of the issues and challenges facing women and girls in Florida.