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April 16, 2014 2:44 PM

Study on underrepresentation of women on civic boards and commissions is set to be released

The Women’s Foundation of Greater Kansas City will release the report Monday. The study, led by Barbara Kerry, a professor at the University of Kansas, included online surveys and focus groups. It determined that lack of awareness about opportunities and inconvenient meeting times are among barriers to women’s involvement.

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