Women In Office

A record number of women are running for office and winning their respective races, assuring that women are well-represented in all levels of public office across the country. Women bring a distinct perspective to the issues. Sadly, however, personal attacks still prevent many women from participating in politics and their communities. That’s not right or fair. If we want to encourage women to serve in important leadership positions, then we should respect and champion ALL women.
Women In Office

Actress Caroline Sunshine on Her Journey From Hollywood To the White House

Beverly Hallberg & Caroline Sunshine | She Thinks Podcast
Women In Office

COVID And Women—Their Careers, Businesses At Risk If We Don’t Reopen Soon

Senator Joni Ernst & Carrie Lukas | Op-Ed
Women In Office

America Remains the Land of Opportunity

Press Team | Press Release
Women In Office

Congresswoman Elise Stefanik on the “Year of Republican Women” and cancel culture

Beverly Hallberg & Rep. Elise Stefanik | She Thinks Podcast
Women In Office

What Are The Effects Of Cancel Culture?

Patrice Onwuka | On the Radio
Women In Office

Heather Nauert on Her DC Career, the Media Landscape, and Productive Dialogue

Beverly Hallberg & Heather Nauert | She Thinks Podcast
Women In Office

The Double Standard Affecting Conservative Women

Kelsey Bolar | Featured in
Women In Office

Did somebody say Progressive Privilege?

Kelsey Bolar | On the Radio
Women In Office

#IWFReads Author Chat With Senator Marsha Blackburn

Hadley Heath Manning & Senator Marsha Blackburn | Event
Women In Office

Media Amnesia: There’s Already An All-Female White House Senior Press Team

Kelsey Bolar | Op-Ed
Women In Office

Nancy Mace

Charlotte Hays |
Women In Office

The Year of the Republican Woman

Karin Lips | Op-Ed

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