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.
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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Lessons From A Run For Office
In this interview, we learn more about the journey Michelle Love-Day took to the ballot and what she learned from her first run for office.
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Time’s Up. She Is Back!
In this interview, Erica Vladimer tells her inspiring journey that led her towards a run for office. From her years as an attorney to her ability to find her voice to speak out against sexual harassment, Vladimer is here to tell everyone that we have a voice worth hearing, we just need to speak up.
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She’s A Mom. What’s Your Superpower?

We know how important a moms perspective is in our government leadership. In 2018, we not only saw a historical moment of women winning their […]


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Life of a City Councilor

Women all over the country are mobilizing and getting involved in their communities. From organizing petitions to joining boards and city commissions, it is the […]


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Three Things I Learned From Stacey Abrams

In 2018, Stacey Abrams ran for governor in the state of Georgia. Had she won, she would have been the first Black female governor of […]


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A Zillion Ways to Support Equal Representation

Here at She Should Run, we can’t do our work without the support of proceeds partners who drive valuable resources to our programs through their […]


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