The Pasco County Commission has confirmed Julie Rockwell as the United Way of Pasco County’s appointment to the Commission on the Status of Women for a three-year term, effective Oct. 12.
The Commission on the Status of Women serves as an advisory body to the county board, the county administrator and the community, on all matters pertaining to women, according to backup materials in the board’s agenda.
The Commission on the Status of Women is made up of representatives from 10 agencies, as well as an appointee from each county board member.
Summer Blevins had been representing the United Way of Pasco, but stepped away from the post in January. Rockwell was nominated by United Way to replace Blevins.
Published October 20, 2021