The Charles Town chapter meets every third Tuesday from 7-8:30 pm at the Tate House in Charles Town. The issues we address are fluid in nature, issues that are of a concern to our members and community. Our huddles are also framed and informed by Women’s March National. Currently we are focused on the moving of a plaque honoring Confederate soldiers that is placed on the front entrance door of the Jefferson County Courthouse. We have committed ourselves to supporting local charities and organizations who assist homeless and battered women and most recently have taken on a warm clothing drive and a feminine hygiene drive with great success. We continually involve ourselves in matters of national interest such as health care coverage and women’s reproductive rights. We strive for positive outreach to our LGBTQ and other communities that are being marginalized. All are welcome. Together we rise.
Sherri Harris: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheryl Kemp: email@example.com
The Buckhannon Chapter is dedicated to social justice and care taking for our community. We have committed ourselves to supporting local organizations that assist homeless and battered women and their children. We continually inform and involve ourselves on national issues such as healthcare coverage and women’s reproductive rights. We meet the third Thursday of each month at Dough Re Mi and believe nurturing results in the greatest good.
Daya Wright: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Huntington chapter of Women's March West Virginia consists of a small but mighty (and growing) group of motivated activists. We hold huddles at least twice a month at the Cabell County public library, usually on Tuesday nights but sometimes on Saturday mornings. We have held several events and actions, including candlelight vigils, demonstrations, and rallies on a wide range of issues, We also complete service projects to benefit local organizations such as Branches Domestic Violence shelter, Golden Girls group home, the proposed "all-inclusive" playground, and Harmony House. We have been a participant in local marches and events such as the Science March, the Climate March, the Pride picnic, and Women's Equality Day. We welcome all who believe in progressive, all-inclusive values and being an active participant in our country's democracy.
Barbara Garnett: email@example.com
Miranda West: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Keyser Chapter meets once a month in various locations. We often meet with other progressive groups to support joint efforts. We have focused on raising awareness and fundraising for our local domestic violence shelter and food pantry. We have also assisted in sending aide to the islands affected by recent hurricanes. Our goal is to bring awareness to local and state issues related to intersectional feminism, reproductive health, and education.
Mary Jane Baniak: email@example.com
The Greater Greenbrier Valley chapter is a large, active group. We meet on the third Monday of the month at 6pm at the Old Stone Presbyterian Church at 644 Church St. in Lewisburg. We discuss current politics that need our attention and plan our events and actions. We love new members, will welcome you with open arms and will help you fit right in! We've been very active with approximately 1-4 actions or events a month. Join us!
Cici McLay: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Shepherdstown Chapter meets every fourth Tuesday from 6:30 - 8:00 pm, at the Town Run Tap House in Shepherdstown. Our group formed in 2017 using the power of women and our community to create social change. We are a women led organization. We invite everyone to have a voice at our table, and work with other organizations to support their causes. Presently we are working with the NAACP Berkeley County Chapter, Jefferson County Community Ministries, Shenandoah Women’s Center, Planned Parenthood, WV Healthy Kids and Families Coalition, OFA, M4RJ, Vigilance-JCWV, WV Citizens Action Group, ACLU, WV Free, moveon.org, and others. We are committed to working within our community. We have gathered to clean up streets, helped with warm clothing drives, food drives, and more. Focusing on the well being of West Virginians is important to us, and we address a broad range of issues including women's rights, civil rights, health care access, immigrant rights, and more. It is your voice that needs to be heard to make a difference in our community and our state. We are an all inclusive group. We believe we are stronger together.
Susan Pipes: email@example.com
Sara Thomsen: firstname.lastname@example.org