A Woman President

Nearly 1 in 3 countries globally has elected a female head of state or government; the United States is not one of them. There is great potential for this statistic to transform in 2016. For the first time in history, we have 3 female candidates in the race: Hillary Clinton, Carly Fiorina, and Jill Stein.  To mark this significant event and in anticipation of the election to come, we have partnered with Marianne Schnall to release an original series, She’s More Than a Symbol. Thought leaders and past presidential candidates from across the political spectrum discuss what it would mean to finally have a woman in the highest office.

The first piece features a compilation of interviews to answer the questions, what would having a woman president mean for our country, culture, and collective women’s leadership? Why is it so important?

Stories From Our Blog

She’s more than a symbol

Marianne Schnall | Jul 28, 2015

She led masterfully

Sarah Lenti | Jun 23, 2015

Reporting from the FEC

Lauren Bush | May 15, 2015
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What Will It Take to Make A Woman President?

In her book, author Marianne Schnall poses this question to leading political experts. Their responses are engaging and reflective of society’s evolving stance on female leadership and power. Listen to a few excerpts from the book and learn what it will take to finally send a woman to the White House.

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Research and Resources

Though the US has yet to elect a female president, many pioneering women have blazed a campaign trail toward the Oval Office. Learn more about these inspiring candidates and the organizations committed to electing our nation’s first woman president. Learn more >>