Elizabeth Nick, a member of the League of Women Voters of Boulder County at the time of the interview and two-time past president of the League, discusses many aspects of how the local League functions, as well as the structure and issues taken up by the Colorado League and the national League. Among other topics, she describes the boundary changes for the Boulder County League over the years, changes in the League brought about by evolutions in technology and in women’s roles in society, and the way that consensus decision-making is used in the League. She also details the work that she has done throughout her years of involvement.
This interview is one of a series about the League of Women Voters of Boulder County.
View DVD and time-indexed transcript at Carnegie Branch Library.