Archives for Incubator Members

Pro-Tip
How To Start Getting That Money
Fundraising is a regular part of running for elected office. In our Virtual Cohorts, women are introduced to the fundamentals of fundraising, begin to get […]
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Q&A
Get to know Davida Williams
She Should Run is a nonpartisan nonprofit promoting leadership and encouraging women from all walks of life to run for office. We are driven by […]
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Get to Know Nikki Villalobos
Nikki is a mother to a very sweet, encouraging son in Southern California who is pushing her to be on a ballot one day. That encouragement has led her to She Should Run where she’s testing the waters to see if there’s a local office that looks right for her.
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Get to Know Janine Trame
Janine Trame is Chief of Staff at Modcloth and was a member of our Summer 2018 Virtual Cohort, where she dipped her toe in the possibility of a future run. Read about who she thinks should run for office and what makes her the most nervous about her own run.
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Get to Know Marisa Bremer
Marisa is a senior in college who came to our Incubator recently looking for a strong support system and guidance on how to start her path into politics. Read about her childhood dream of becoming the first woman president and what she would do if she ran and won.
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Get to know Natika Washington
Meet Natika Washington, a U.S. Air Force veteran, a former employee of the U.S. Department of State, a current employee at Prison Fellowship, and new member of our Incubator program who is eager to take her first steps on the path to a political career. Read about the barriers she's had to overcome and what her biggest motivators are.
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Why She Leads
Spotlight On Virtual Cohort Member: Raisa Romaelle
Raisa Romaelle is a matrimonial and family lawyer, focusing on Florida divorce, paternity, child support, alimony, adoptions and enforcement. A participant in the Summer 2018 […]
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General
Finding Friendship Through She Should Run
Ashley and Megan are two women from Oregon who joined the first She Should Run Virtual Cohort this past summer. Similar women who soon realized they worked for the same employer, were about live in the same neighborhood, and both wanted to run for local office. Through the Virtual Cohort, they developed a friendship that they have kept up since the Cohort ended. Get to know Ashley and Megan!
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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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