THE VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT
“It has been both passion and privilege to be part of the women’s movement.”
Economist, Public Policy and Compliance Expert, lifelong advocate for women’s economic issues. Research Director at Women Employed.
Interviewed by Karen Fishman, VFA VP Membership & Development, September 2021
Photo 1. Nancy Kreiter testifying on the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the U.S. Court of Appeals, February 6, 1990. Photo 2. Anne Ladky, Nancy Kreiter and then Senator Barack Obama. Photo 3. Press Conference for the release of Women Employed report “Closing the Wage Gap: A National Imperative.” Left to right: Willard Wirtz, Chairman of the National Manpower Institute and former Secretary of Labor, Beata Welsh, WE Chair, and Nancy Kreiter, WE’s Research Director, 1979.
More About Nancy:
- Women Employed website
- On C-SPAN
- Women Employed records, An inventory of the collection at the University of Illinois at Chicago
- …brave Americans like Anne Ladky and Nancy Kreiter stood up and women everywhere were protected. Remarks of Senator Barack Obama, National Women’s Law Center, 2005
- Raising Women’s Pay, Women Employed Institute study in collaboration with Chicago Area Partnerships, May 2000
- Oral Statement of Nancy Kreiter on Alternative Dispute Resolution Before the Commission on the Future of Worker-Management Relations, Cornell University Libraries