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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.
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Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: Non-partisanship In Today’s Political Climate

How often do you find yourself in a discussion where 100% of the people you are talking to agree with you? For me, that used […]


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3 Reasons to Run for Local Office

With over 500,000 elected offices in the United States, overwhelmingly at the local level, we need women running for office at all levels of government. […]


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Pro-Tip: Winning for Women!

Winning For Women is a 501(c)(4) organization with a federal PAC that aims 1) to inform the public of national security and free-market policies that […]


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Why She Leads
Why She Leads: Clarisa Treviño

Over 13,000 women have started their journeys to elected office with the She Should Run Incubator. These are their stories. There is no shortage of […]


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Office Hours
Office Hours with City Councilwoman Natalie Arroyo

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to serve as elected official with only female colleagues, then you need to meet Natalie Arroyo. […]


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PRO-TIP: LUPE PAC Shares How to Score Key Endorsements When You Run for Office

LUPE (Latinas United for Political Empowerment) is a non-partisan PAC dedicated to increasing Latina participation in the political process in the State of New Jersey; […]


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Changing The Face of Leadership: It’s A Marathon Not A Sprint

At this year’s United State of Women Summit in Los Angeles, She Should Run partnered with Bossed Up and Platform Women to train hundreds of women on how to […]


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Mothers Leading the Way

“As a mother to two daughters, I can’t sit by without doing everything possible to ensure that girls in the next generation grow up in […]


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Mentors Help Us Find Our Path

Sofia Pereira with her mentor Phillis Seawright (2013)   When I was 20 years old, I attended my first state party convention. I was overwhelmed […]


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