WOMEN AND POLITICS: VOTING, RUNNING, LEADING
It’s been pretty much politics 24 – 7 for the last months, but only a small part of the conversations have been about women actually participating in the process. Are women voting, running, winning office? What is happening with women’s political leadership?
Pew Research came out with a report on why women aren’t running, let alone winning. Consultant Cathy Allen can tell us first hand whether that is what she has seen as someone who has helped recruit, train and elect more than a thousand women all over the world. She is one of the first international political consultants to focus on electing women, and worked on Hillary Clinton’s recent (and past) campaign where she focused on turnout, messaging to women, volunteering and endorsements, among other tasks. President of Seattle-based business, The Connections Group, Cathy is a frequent TV, radio and online political commentator and has written four books on running successful campaigns.
Join us as we discuss women and politics.
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