Tag Archives: Women Leaders
The Huffington Post Faith Winter, Training and Outreach Director at the White House Project January 15, 2010 With Governor Ritter’s surprise announcement last week the dominos quickly fell into place on the pecking order of who should be the nominee for Governor. The general consensus was 1. Secretary Salazar, 2. Mayor Hickenlooper, 3. Representative Perlmutter. […]
For years, I’ve been whining about how few women political leaders and elected officials we have in the U.S. – even today. From the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate to state legislatures and local school boards, men still dramatically outnumber women. We’re not even close to that magical 33% tipping point where you begin to change the conversation.
Guest blogpost on The Women’s Media Center’s Majority Post by Marie Wilson, founder and President of The White House Project, August 28, 2009 This week, The New York Times Magazine dedicated their pages to a special issue: Why Women’s Rights Are the Cause of Our Time. In the lead article, The Women’s Crusade, authors Nicholas […]