National Council of Women's Organizations

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The National Council of Women's Organizations is an American non-profit umbrella organization of women's organizations. Formerly headed by Martha Burk, it has a membership of 11 million women through its 240 member organizations. Its current Chairman is Susan Scanlan.

It led a protest at the 2003 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia, to bring attention to the men-only membership policies of the Augusta National Golf Club that hosted it.

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