Governor’s Advisory Commission on Women

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The logo for the Governor's Commission on Women. The logo is made up of the venus female symbol on top of the keystone, making the top rounded part of the venus symbol the top of the keystone.

 The purpose of the Commission is to gather information regarding Pennsylvania women’s experiences and needs; review, evaluate, and assess programs affecting them; provide the Governor with information and recommendations regarding how best to meet their needs; and provide information about programs and services that may be relevant to Pennsylvania women’s needs. The Commission and its Executive Director also serve as an extension of the Governor’s office in their respective communities and are responsible for communicating the priorities and accomplishments of the Governor and his Administration. This effort seeks to spread awareness and increase access to programs and services provided by the Commonwealth that benefit every-day Pennsylvanians. 

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Executive Director of the Commission

Moriah Hathaway

Moriah Hathaway has been the executive director of the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Women since July 2020. In this position, Moriah works with the commissioners, stakeholders, and legislators from across the state to advocate for women and girls at the executive level. She previously served as the Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, as well as the Executive Assistant to Governor Wolf’s Regional Directors. She graduated in 2019 from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania with the bachelor’s degree in political science. She serves on the Shippensburg University Alumni Board of Directors. Moriah is from Carmichaels, Pennsylvania located in Greene County. She currently resides in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania with her wife, Bailey, and son, Emerson.