Save Title IX is a national education campaign to educate the public and Congressional representatives about the importance of keeping Title IX policies unchanged and the need for strong enforcement of the law. This campaign is led by the National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education. Holly Hunter, Geena Davis, and Senator Birch Bayh are the active, honorary chairs of the Save Title IX campaign. See below for a list of supporting organizations.
The National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education (NCWGE) is a nonprofit organization composed of 50 diverse organizations dedicated to improving educational opportunities for girls and women. Established in 1975, the coalition has been a major force in developing national education policies that benefit all women and girls.
The American Association of University Women is currently Chair and Secretary of NCWGE. The National Women's Law Center is currently Vice Chair. The American Federation of Teachers is currently Treasurer.