Join She Should Run for a post-election town hall discussion on what this election means to the next generation of women and girls who we want to inspire to lead. The town hall program will be followed by a networking reception. RSVP today to reserve your spot.
150 attendees -- plus hundreds more who tuned in online -- joined us for She Should Run's 5th Annual National Conversation held December 15, 2015 at the Shakespeare Theatre in DC. With a completely sold out crowd, some of the country’s most impactful leaders gathered to share their extraordinary journeys.
The evening highlighted how to #FindAWay. That there’s no one way to make public life work. No formula to carve out our leadership paths to elected office. It’s unique to each woman and girl. And celebrating this will entice more women and girls to consider running for office because their path will be created on their own terms.
Click below to watch the conversations with our featured speakers. A special shout out to our emcee and host -- Talk to Jess CEO and Confidence Expert Jess Weiner.
Congresswoman Susan Brooks (IN-05)
DC Council Member Brianne Nadeau (Ward 1)
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA-05)
Christian Herald, 7th Grade Girl Scout & Elected Student Council Member
Julie Ann Crommett, Program Manager CS Education in Media, Google
Reshma Saujani, CEO & Founder, Girls Who Code and She Should Run Board Member