National Conversation

This year She Should Run is taking National Conversation on the road. First stop, New York City. Join us on the Road To Run.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM OUR 2017 NATIONAL CONVERSATION

On November 6th, 2017, She Should Run hosted our National Conversation. Hundreds of people attended the sold out event at Washington, DC's Studio Theatre and thousands more tuned in online. With the help of our media partner, Refinery29, and the generous support of our sponsors, this year's National Conversation was truly a night to remember.

So, what did we talk about? The leadership evolution, of course. She Should Run is dedicated to getting 250,000 women to run for political office by 2030, #250KBY2030. In order to achieve this goal, we have to reframe and redefine what it means to step into the political sphere. From the audience to our guest speakers, there were women leaders—of all ages, colors, backgrounds, and from all sides of the political spectrum—wherever you looked.

CATCH WHAT YOU MISSED

Refinery29 & Tictail collaborated to keep us looking fierce while we work to break the glass ceiling. We were also joined by The Outrage and, great news, it's not too late to grab your She Should Run swag.

If you weren't able to join us in person or online, don't worry, we got you. Watch the livestream from the event below on our Facebook page to caught up on what you missed.

If have pictures from National Conversation that you want to share, make sure to tag @SheShouldRun by using #250KBY2030.

OUR FAVORITE MOMENTS

2017 FEATURED SPEAKERS

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY
Representative Brenda Lawrence, D MI-14
Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman, D NJ-12
Representative Stephanie Murphy, D FL-07
Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, R FL-27
Mayor Muriel Bowser, Washington, D.C.
State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, Baltimore, MD
Jess Weiner, Emcee & Host, CEO & Cultural Changemaker
Dyllan McGee, Founder & Executive Producer of MAKERS
Sarah Chamberlain, President & CEO, Republican  Main Street Partnership
Jay Newton-Small, Cofounder, MemoryWell & Author of Broad Influence
Allyson Carpenter, Former Howard University SGA President & Truman Scholar
Jenn Higgins, Partner, Chamber Hill Strategies & Board Chair, Right NOW Women PAC
Bourree Lam, Senior Editor, Work &  Money, Refinery29
Taylor Trudon Brand Marketing Manager of Reader Engagement, New York Times
Safaa Khan, Social Media Editor, MuslimGirl.com
Jenny Abramson, Founder & Managing Partner, Rethink Impact
Amanda Morrison, Student, Temple University & She Should Run Incubator Member
Laura Parmer-Lohan, Candidate, San Carlos City Council & She Should Run Incubator Member
Chelsea Wilson, All Native Group & She Should Run Incubator Member
Paula Phillips, Milwaukee School Board & She Should Run Incubator Member

THANK YOU TO OUR PREMIUM NATIONAL CONVERSATION SPONSORS

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THANK YOU TO OUR NATIONAL CONVERSATION FEATURE SPONSORS & RECEPTION SPONSORS

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Highlights From She Should Run's 2016 National Conversation

On December 6th, 2016, She Should Run hosted our 6th annual National Conversation. Hundreds attended the event at Washington, DC's Studio Theatre and thousands more tuned in online for an evening of productive, thoughtful discussion. What did we talk about? Oh, you know, just how we -- a community of strong, smart, talented women -- can work together to move the needle on women's representation in American government.

Weren't able to join us in person, or online? Not to worry! You can find the livestream from the event on our Youtube channel and get caught up on all that you missed. Or, save the date and start making plans to join us for our 7th annual National Conversation.