There is a revolution happening all around the country. Women are running at record levels, but more importantly, they are stepping up and leading at every level and across every industry in every state. That’s why we are taking our National Conversation about women’s political leadership on the road.
We're kicking it off on November 13, 2018 in New York City, and we want you to be a part of it.
Join She Should Run on the Road to Run as we encourage and educate women about the importance of not only running for office, but also stepping up to run everything from a budget to a business. We will examine the logistical and internal challenges behind leadership and politics today, ultimately encouraging women across the country to join and support our initiative to get 250,000 women running for office by 2030.
Act One: Run a Budget
The key to gender equality is financial parity. For better or worse, a bank account balance has a direct effect on how much a woman perceives her scope of power. And, let’s face it; in politics today, money is everything. She Should Run will explore the relationship between money – both personal and political – and a woman’s access to leadership opportunities.
Act Two: Run a Business
Stepping into a leadership position at work is often the first step towards realizing the potential in all of us. Women entrepreneurs are rewriting the rules on successful business, while others at all levels of leadership and in all industries are turning the workplace into a whole new frontier of equality and understanding.
Act Three: Run for Office
Getting to 250,000 women running for office by 2030 is more than a nice to have. It is our imperative for moving this country forward with equal representation. And it will take both the woman willing to raise her hand for elected office just as much as the women that stand up and support her to make it work. This revolution must start at the local level for all of us to really feel the impact and it must start now.
Meet Our Speakers
Candidate for Idaho Governor
Stay tuned for more speaker announcements coming soon!