Decoding the Cosmic Blueprint of Women in Politics

Have you ever read astrology horoscopes and thought, “Wow, that sounds like me”?  Modern-day astrology may seem like trivial readings on prediction apps,… Read More

What to Know Before You Run

Last month, we posted a simple question across our social media: What’s your advice for someone who isn’t sure if she should run… Read More

To Fight Discrimination, Community is Key

  Lucy Simpson is the Executive Director of the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC), an enrolled… Read More

Kicking Off the New Year Right

On Tuesday, January 9, Anika Bowie, Saura Jost, Hwa Jeong Kim, and Cheniqua Johnson, made history… Read More

My 36 Questions that Lead to Lov(ing the Idea of Running for Office)

By Ellen Mimi Schlecht Everyone has a reason, what’s yours? **inspired by Daniel Jones’ “The 36… Read More

The State of Women: 2023 Multiplier Report and Roadmap

Today, we announced the release of our new report, The State of Women: 2023 Multiplier Report and Roadmap, a comprehensive report drawing on insights from… Read More

Could You Be a Community Manager?

  We spend our days (and nights) thinking up new ways to motivate and encourage more women to consider elected office. At… Read More

We Deserve to Run Things: A Conversation with Rochelle Garza

  We sat down with civil rights attorney and president of the Texas Civil Rights Project, Rochelle Garza, who was the first… Read More

Loving Local—4 Everyday Ways to Make Connecting with Your Community a Habit

by Grace Lu There are countless reasons to get involved in your community, from engaging with causes you care about to finding unique… Read More

Exploring the Issues Impacting Your Community

In the last few weeks at She Should Run, we’ve been trying something completely new: diving into specific issues affecting women across the… Read More