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Why She Leads
Why She Leads: Molly Sheehan
Through our Incubator Spotlight series, She Should Run is highlighting the voices of women in the Incubator program who have made the decisionto step forward […]
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Why She Leads
Why She Leads: Megan Stoner
Megan Stoner ran for Madison County Council at age 20 but lost only by a few hundred votes in the Republican primary. She has been […]
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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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General
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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Why She Leads
Why She Leads: Nicole Tatum
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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Why She Leads
Why She Leads: LaDawn Stuben
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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Why She Leads
Why She Leads: Dawn Pierce
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 fierce women […]
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About My Run
About My Run: Paula Phillips, Milwaukee Public School Board of Directors
In the Spring of 2017, Paula Phillips was elected to the Milwaukee Public School Board of Directors, her first elected office. A member of the […]
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