Women & Leadership in Omaha – This is a follow-up to the 1996 study that established a local benchmark for female corporate, political and community leadership. It offers a statistical update of that baseline research and adds a new dimension: interviews with 83 of Omaha's top leaders in corporate, education, healthcare and not-for-profit organizations – 2006.
Girls in Real Life (G.I.R.L.) Report -- The community's first comprehensive assessment on the status of girls in the Omaha area was produced by six community agencies - Camp Fire USA, Girls Inc., Girl Scouts - Great Plains Council, Voices for Children in Nebraska, Women's Fund of Omaha and YWCA – 2006.
How Women Are Doing in Omaha? – In 1990, the Women's Fund released a comprehensive report on how women in Omaha were doing. This report is an update, comparing the 1990 data with 2000 census information.
What Women Want at Work – A study of what employers can do to help the women of Omaha be more productive at work. – 2002.
What Women Want – Groundbreaking study of Omaha women's views on family, work, society and the future. – 2001
Women and Leadership – Community and employment leadership of Omaha women (an update of the 1996 report) – 2000
There's No Excuse for Domestic Violence – Public opinion survey on domestic violence – 1998
Women and Leadership – Community and employment leadership of Omaha women – 1996
Out Of The Shadows – A Handbook on Domestic Violence presented by The Women's Fund Task Force on Domestic Violence – 1996
Can We Stop the Violence in Omaha? – A Status Report, second in a series of reports on The Condition of Women and Girls in Omaha – 1995
How Are Women Doing in Omaha? – A Status Report on the Economic Condition of Women – 1994
These reports are available in a .PDF format. Acrobat Reader, which is required to download/view these reports, is available to download free from the Adobe Web site.