United State of Women

Our mission
The United State of Women (USOW) aims to create a world in which women and all people of marginalized genders can thrive.

Through education, community, and action, USOW amplifies issues at the intersection of gender and racial justice and galvanizes organizations, public figures, elected officials, and everyday feminists of all genders to drive policy and culture change.

Our impact

Every issue is a gender issue is the United State of Women’s rallying cry. From housing and public safety to healthcare and education, we use our platform to advocate for gender justice in every sector because gender disparities affect all aspects of our lives — even in ways society doesn’t often consider. Our approach to achieving gender equity is inextricably tied to the fight against racism and all systems of oppression. We intentionally uplift and center voices that are historically marginalized in our society — particularly Black, Latinx, AAPI, Indigenous, disabled, low-income, trans, queer, and immigrant women's voices.

The USOW team mobilizes, across all issues, to create a world where women and all marginalized genders can thrive.

USOW’s pillars: education, community, and action guide our theory of change.

People Make it Possible

The United State of Women Team

Jordan Brooks profile picture
Jordan BrooksManaging Director for Gender Equity and Executive Director of United State of Women
Gabriela Cristobal profile picture
Gabriela CristobalProgram Manager
Morgan Johnson profile picture
Morgan JohnsonSpecial Projects and Programs Associate
Bex Schulman profile picture
Bex SchulmanCommunications Manager
Emily Escobar profile picture
Emily EscobarCampaigns and Organizing Associate
Jocelyn Gould profile picture
Jocelyn GouldCommunications Intern
Maia McKeon profile picture
Maia McKeonPrograms Specialist
With passion and courage, women have taught us that when we band together to advocate for our highest ideals, we can advance our common well-being and strengthen the fabric of our nation.
President Obama, October 4, 2017