About PCWO

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN OF CANADA

PCWO is an affiliate of the National Council of Women of Canada, which was founded in 1893 by Lady Aberdeen.

The National Council of Women of Canada has Consultative Status (II) with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.

Since 1897, the National Council of Women of Canada has been in federation with the International Council of Women, and is one of the 72 National Councils of Women worldwide.

At the provincial level PCWO has focused on empowering women of all ages to lead and advocate for positive change in the workplace, marketplace, government and their communities.

 

PCWO STRUCTURE

The PCWO Board of Directors includes the Executive, Vice-Presidents in charge of specific Study Committees and Administrative Chairpersons. Similar committees in Local Councils are members of the PCWO Study Committees.

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Gracia Janes, Margery Sherritt, Edeltraud Neal, Thelma McGillivray, Linda Davis, Jane Hanlon, Mary Potter, Maide Yazar, Ann Porter Bonilla

 

MORE BOARD MEMBERS:

Cailin Wincop, Naheed Qureshi, Beverlee McIntosh, Catherine Butler

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2017-2019

President Edeltraud Neal
Past-President Mary Potter
Secretary Cailin Wincop
Treasurer Marnie Sherritt
VP Economics Linda Davis
VP Education and Social Development Jaspal Gill
VP Health and Safety Tanya Kyryliuk
VP Resolutions Maide Yazar
VP Seniors’ Issues Naheed Qureshi
VP Status of Women Catherine Butler
Environment Policy Advisor Gracia Janes
Health Policy Advisor Beverlee McIntosh
Website Ann Porter Bonilla