Equal Pay. Equal Opportunity. 100% Talent. 

The Boston Women's Workforce Council’s mission is to make Boston the best place in the country for working women by removing the visible and invisible barriers to women’s advancement.

We work with businesses in the Greater Boston area to:

  1. Eliminate the gender-based wage gap;

  2. Remove the visible and invisible barriers to women’s advancement;

  3. & ensure that 100% of the talent pool is used to make Boston the best area in the country for working women.


A city priority

(VIDEO) Mayor Martin J. Walsh speaks about the importance of the BWWC mission: “We know that when women succeed in the workforce our families are stronger, our neighborhoods are stronger, and society as a whole is stronger.”

on the blog

On January 31st, the BWWC, Mayor's Office of Women Advancement, and Boston University's Hariri Institute hosted their first event of the year including their first-ever Ideathon. We’ve recapped the event on our blog.

On January 31st, the BWWC, Mayor's Office of Women Advancement, and Boston University's Hariri Institute hosted their first event of the year including their first-ever Ideathon. We’ve recapped the event on our blog.


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100% Talent Compact

Join us and over 250 companies in Boston working to advance women in the workplace.

Pictured: Azer Bestavros discussing the MPC Software used by the BWWC at a training session.