Navigating the Boys’ Club

Happy Veterans Day from the She Should Run team! We’re so grateful to Air Force veteran and friend of She Should Run Tatayana… Read More

Team250K Member Profile: Meet Lauren

  In recognition of our Annual Team250K Monthly Donor Campaign, we’re spotlighting one monthly donor whose commitment to the cause… Read More

From Advocacy to the Ballot

Think of something that’s happened in your community that you wish you could change. Maybe you signed a petition or attended a rally. While these… Read More

The Personal Is Political

While it’s critical to see more women in our Government leadership, it’s almost imperative that these women come from all walks of life. From Black… Read More

Elevating LGBTQIA+ Women with Annise Parker

“A government that represents its diverse communities is critical to a well-functioning democracy. Yet LGBTQ+ people hold just 0.13% of elected positions, despite… Read More

Once A Spectator, She Found Purpose In Running For Office

For many women the path to elected office wasn’t one they ever considered. Councilwoman Christine Houk was once a regular spectator at Grove City Council… Read More

A Path Towards Taking The First Steps

We all have the capability to make a difference in our communities. Cindy Greene, a She Should Run Community member, is looking to… Read More

Finding A Greater Purpose In Her Community

For many women, the drive to run for office starts with their appreciation for the community they call home. Time and time again we hear… Read More

Destined For Local Office

There is no right path to elected office. Every woman who has run for office has her own unique story to tell and we’re here… Read More

Making Herstory At The Local Level

As we come to the end of March aka Women’s History Month, here at She Should Run we’re reminiscing on the stories of the women… Read More