The Coalition

The Equal Pay Coalition was founded by the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women (Mass NOW), the Women’s Bar Association (WBA) and the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women with the mission of passing the Equal Pay Bill.

The coalition has grown rapidly since its creation and now includes the following members:

9to5, National Association of Working Women
2020 Women on Boards
Alliance for Business Leadership
American Association of University Women – Massachusetts Chapter
ACLU
Boston Mayor’s Office of Women’s Advancement
Boston Women’s Commission
Boston Women’s Workforce Council
Bristol County Commission on the Status of Women
Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy
Center for Women and Work at UMASS Lowell
Crittenton Women’s Union
Fair Work, P.C
Fair Employment Project
Equal Pay Negotiations
Essex County Commission on the Status of Women
JALSA
Jane Doe Inc.
JCRC
Jobs with Justice
Justice Resource Institute
League of Women Voters of Massachusetts
MataHari – Women Workers’ Center
Mass Alliance
Mass AFL-CIO
Mass Equality
Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators
Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women
Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women
Massachusetts Employment Lawyers’ Association
Massachusetts Office of the State Treasurer
Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus
MBPC
MetroWest Commission on the Status of Women
MLRI
My Life My Choice
National Women’s Law Center
NAGE
NARAL – Pro-Choice Massachusetts
New England Jewish Labor Committee
Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts Advocacy Fund
Pontikes Law, LLC
Safe Passage, Inc.
Simmons College                                                                                                                                                                                           Somerville Commission for Women
Strong Women Strong Girls
United Way
Urban League of Massachusetts
Wage Project
Women’s Bar Association
Women Advancing
Women’s Fund of Southeastern Massachusetts
Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts
Women Will Vote
YWCA Boston
YWCA Southeastern Massachusetts