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Barbara Burgos DiTullio

Director of Information Technology

Women's Law Project

HQ Phone:  (215) 928-9801

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Women's Law Project

125 S. 9Th Street # 300

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19107

United States

Company Description

The Women's Law Project is the only public interest law center in Pennsylvania devoted to advancing the rights of women and girls. Sign up for WLP's Action Alerts here. Stay up to date on issues and policy by subscribing to our blog, following us on twitter ...more

Background Information

Employment History

President PA NOW and Mid-Atlantic Regional Director

MACREDO


President

Pennsylvania chapter of National Organization


President

Pennsylvania NOW


Program and Political Director

Citizens


Affiliations

paNOW

President and National Board Member


Web References(55 Total References)


Women's Law Project Staff

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Barbara Burgos DiTullio, Information Technology Director
After working with WLP for almost a decade in her role as the President of Pennsylvania NOW, Barbara joined the organization in November of 2003 to help launch WomenVote PA. Working with staff she developed programs to inform Pennsylvania women about emerging issues that directly affected them, promoted community involvement and civic engagement as a way for women to help themselves, provided talking points, and assisted constituents in contacting their representatives. She also conducted workshops on How to Lobby Your Elected Official, and she helped to organize two successful lobby days in Harrisburg. When Barbara first joined WLP, she also assumed the role of Information Technology Director. With more than 16 years of experience in the technology field, acquired from owning and operating a small computer consulting business, she was uniquely qualified to oversee WLP's technology needs. Currently Barbara oversees WLP's network infrastructure, the migration to and maintenance of cloud based technologies, database design and creation, development and maintenance of web sites, and other communication tools including social media.


Women's Law Project

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Barbara Burgos DiTullio
WomenVote PA Program Manager


University Chic

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Interview with Barbara Burgos DiTullio - NOW National Organization for Women
University Chic Interview with Barbara Burgos DiTullio - NOW National Organization for Women Barbara Burgos DiTullio is an active feminist and a real multi-tasking woman. Born in the late 1940s and raised in Philadelphia, she served as the President of the National Organization for Women in Pennsylvania from 1994 and 2002, and has served on the Board of Directors of NOW in Washington, D.C. She is the lead organizer for WomenVote PA, whose main goal is to increase voting participation in Pennsylvania. She is also a Program Associate at Philadelphia's Women's Law Project, a nonprofit legal advocacy organization dedicated to promoting women's status in society. This busy activist, with whom I worked at the WLP in the spring of this year, sat down with me recently to explain her view on feminism and why it is so important for young women to get involved in the movement today. She is truly a Chic Woman of the Month!


October | 2006 | bethink

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Barbara DiTullio, program manager for Women Vote PA, said Pennsylvania is the only state in the nation where women are less likely than men to be registered to vote.
One way to draw more women to the polls, she said, is to hold elections on weekends.


February 1998 Keeping the Faith

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The noon press conference called byEqual Partners in Faith (EPF) featured United Methodist pastor Dave Heberling,Pennsylvania NOW President Barb DiTullio, Assistant Director of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell, andIWG supporters Father Paul Washington and Rev. Dr. Beverly Dale, all of whom did an excellent job of speaking forcefully despite some hecklers.


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