Article for Inspiration

Our articles include expert tips from women-leaders, interviews with inspirational elected officials, and first-hand accounts of hard-won wisdom from She Should Run Incubator members.
Which Woman In U.S. History Are You?
Women have drawn the short straw throughout every decade in history. Despite the barriers forced upon them, women throughout history have found ways to lead, changing the trajectory of society along the way.
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Making Herstory At The Local Level
From a young age Grace always knew she wanted to help others and join the world of politics. In this interview, Grace shares what drove her to the Cohort, and why she hopes more women will join her at the decision making table.
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Managing Uncertainty as a Candidate

In the times of crisis, there is no official playbook for how candidates should approach campaigning or how women should step up lead. However, in […]


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Tips From The Team: How To Work Remotely
One thing we’re learning during the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is that a lot of jobs out there can be done virtually. For many workers and organizations, this current situation will be their first experience of remote working, but here at She Should Run we’re already ahead of the curve.
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3 Considerations: How We Operate Effectively as a Virtual Organization
For years She Should Run has operated as a fully remote organization, with the majority of our employees logging on to get things done each day from their home offices in different states nationwide. In this regard, we started today business as usual.
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4 Ways To Celebrate Women’s History Month
A whole month dedicated to celebrating women’s history? We can’t think of anything better than that (well aside from you considering a run for office). Women have played critical roles throughout history, often not getting recognition for the contributions they’ve made. So while we encourage celebrating women every day, consider March our Super Bowl, ladies! Here are 5 ways you can make the most out of the next 31 days.
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It Takes A Village To Raise A Candidate
No one runs for office alone. It takes a whole support network, from your campaign team to your cheerleaders, to not only run, but also to consider running for office. Meet Courtney Thomas, a Virtual Cohort graduate, who always knew she wanted to run for office and has found her support system through the Virtual Cohort program.
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4 Things Girls Can Do To Ensure Equal Representation
We don’t have to be of voting age to get involved in politics and advocate for equal rights. We can be our own heroes by fighting for our passions and values at any age. In the words of activist and Nobel Prize winner Malala, "I want every girl to know that her voice can change the world."
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5 Elected Offices You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

Remember how great career day was in school? It gave you a chance to learn about adult jobs that were outside of your little kid […]


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