Across party lines, we face an uncertain future. Now, more than ever, we need women in leadership roles to guide our nation, keep Washington grounded, and to hold firm to our values. With more women in office, we all win.
A Message from Patti
Happy New Year!
As we begin a New Year, let me first thank all of you for so generously supporting our year end campaign.
Thanks to all of you, we enter 2017 on a strong foundation, ready to achieve our goal to get more women into the political pipeline by providing exemplary political campaign training.
Special thanks to Erica Carlino, our School Administrator who created our "Will You Take the WCSYale Sisterhood Challenge?" Campaign. Thanks to her leadership, many of our WCSYale alumna gave this past year like never before.
"Get Inspired! Get Trained! Get Elected!" is our Clarion Call at the Women's Campaign School at Yale. We are lifted way up by all of you to achieve that goal on behalf of women of our country, of our world.
Wednesday, February 1st thru Monday, April 10, 2017
Why 2016 Wasn't All Bad: Looking Back At The Breakthroughs For Women In Politics By WCSYale Intern, Jazmin Kay
To put it simply: this year was rough for a lot of women. There were a lot bruising moments for the feminist movement this year. Yet, while we need to absolutely recognize these struggles, Read More...
House Republican Women See a Boost in Authority
For the past four years, Republicans endured pointed barbs about how the only woman with a House committee gavel was presiding over the fittingly sexist-sounding "housekeeping committee," the Hill's nickname for the panel overseeing the Capitol's internal operations. Read More...
Women to Watch: Forty Under Forty
Congratulations to WCSYale alum Aubrey Montgomery for being named one of City & State Pennsylvania's Rising Stars: Forty Under Forty. Read More...
Women Who Won!
A special congratulations to newly elected WCSYale Alumnae (from left to right): Dafna Michelson Jenet (D), Colorado State Representative; Holli Sullivan (R), Indiana State Representative; Aye Mya Mya Myo, MP, Myanmar Parliament; Becca Balint (D), Majority Leader, Vermont State Senate; Ashley Carter, (R) At-Large Representative, D.C. State Board of Education; & Anna Wishart (R), Nebraska State Senator (Youngest ever elected in the state's history!!).
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