Article for Inspiration

Our articles include expert tips from women-leaders, interviews with inspirational elected officials, and first-hand accounts of hard-won wisdom from She Should Run Incubator members.
Q&A
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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General
Some TLC From The She Should Run Team

The She Should Run community is made up of women from all walks of life–all backgrounds, ethnicities, of all abilities, from across the political spectrum. […]


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General
Running For Office As An Introvert

So you want to run for office, but not sure if you can? The thought spurs from a feeling that you may have always had, […]


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Q&A
RSLC: The Future Majority Project

The Republican State Leadership Committee’s (RSLC) Future Majority Project(FMP) identifies, recruits, trains, and supports candidates at the state level who better reflect the full diversity of […]


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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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Office Hours
Office Hours With City Councilwoman Mariam Shah

Learn how Councilwoman Shah prepared to run for office, how she interacts with her constituents, and her favorite part about being an elected official by […]


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Pro-Tip
Pro-Tip: Making Your Campaign More Inclusive of People With Disabilities

The National Council on Independent Living (NCIL) is a nonprofit organization that advances independent living and the rights of people with disabilities. We recently chatted […]


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