To achieve a society based upon the feminist values of social, political, racial and economic gender equality.
As a non-partisan political action committee, the Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee endorses candidates who support its positions and promote a feminist agenda. SBWPC is committed to taking social action against discrimination based on gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age or ability. To promote and fund these goals, SBWPC provides such events as Candidate Development Workshops, Endorsement Meetings, Cosmopolitics, Presidents' Circle Luncheons, Community Outreach events and Educational Forums.
2022 Annual Member Meeting – Sunday, January 30, 2022, 2 pm
Virtual (Member Only Event)
January 30, 2022 – 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join us for our Annual Member Meeting. We will introduce the new Board and give a report on SBWPC’s activities and finances.
Our guest speakers, Congressman Salud Carbajal and State Senator Monique Limon, will give us a legislative update.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Upcoming SBWPC EventsJanuary 30, 2022: 2022 Annual Member Meeting – Sunday, January 30, 2022, 2 pm, Virtual (Member Only Event)
February 9, 2022: SBWPC Monthly Board Meeting
March 9, 2022: SBWPC Monthly Board Meeting
Upcoming Co-Sponsored EventsNo Events
Events of InterestNo Events
Monthly Board MeetingOpen to all members.
The board meetings will take place remotely until further notice
Sub-Committee MeetingsMembers are invited to attend any of our Sub-Committee meetings, held monthly at various venues. Contact the sub-committee chair for location.
From the President's DeskThe latest news from the President of the Santa Barbara Women's Political Committee...
- December 15, 2021SBWPC Members and Supporters, We recently held our 2021 Cosmopolitics event, virtually, with keynote speaker Dr. Jenna Tosh. Jenna is the President and CEO of our local Planned Parenthood and Planned Parenthood Action Fund. She provided an in-depth overview of the current status of abortion rights and the Supreme Court. More than ever, we must all ...Read more