The National Council of Women of America is a New York City based think-tank whose members, scholars and keynote speakers influence civil society and public policy. 

Our work, following the framework of the United Nations "Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality" agenda presents a full range of diversity, inclusion and innovative solutions to demystify the process of gender parity and economic empowerment. 

We are dedicated to the discovery of solutions to strengthen opportunities for women in America.  


Our approach to commissioned reports, lecture opportunities, and research is grounded in the belief of unconstrained thinking. This methodology delivers strategic - yet radical - data driven findings to provide real-time opportunities to reach desired metrics and stated goals for our stakeholders. 


January - State of Women in the World Address

March - Women's History Month and The United Nations Commission on the Status of Women 

May - Mother's Day

August - Honoring the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution granting women the right to vote

September - Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

October - Domestic Violence Awareness Month

December - World AIDS Day and our annual Founder's Day Holiday Gala


Each January, our President delivers her annual State of Women in the World address. This formal event presents our collective findings from the previous year and shares our work plan for the coming year. 

Saideh A. Browne, President of the National Council of Women of America, delivering her annual address at the Interchurch Center in Harlem, New York (2017).