At Southwest Women’s Law Center, we fight for policies that lift women and their families out of poverty, including pay equity, paid family and medical leave, and pregnant worker accommodation. We take a stand to end discrimination against women and girls in the workplace, school, and university. We work to shift the realities and injustices to create greater opportunities for women and girls in New Mexico.
$57,095 – $90,000 a year – Full-time
The Southwest Women’s Law Center (“the Center”) is a nonprofit legal advocacy organization based in Albuquerque, NM. The Center seeks to improve the lives of women+ and girls+ by combating gender discrimination, reducing poverty among women and their families, and ensuring that all women and girls have access to comprehensive healthcare services, including family planning and reproductive health services.
Interested in volunteering with Southwest Women’s Law Center?