Founded in 2013, She Can Win is a movement that supports, educates, invests in, and empowers Women who have passion for civic leadership. We are a nonpartisan organization with a mission to promote women in government and civic leadership. The program offers training classes for women who aspire to run for public office. Our goal is to increase the presence and influence of women in the political arena. Ran through the nationally recognized 501(c)(3) NSA Education Network, She can Win has been recognized as a program of choice by Women’s Way, and the Women’s Social Innovation Fund.
It’s a fact, women are grossly underrepresented in the political industry, on a national scale 17 of women make up the U.S. House of Representatives, 16% of women are U.S. Senators, 16% of the gubernatorial populations are women, and 24% of State Legislators are women. She Can Win looks to address these statistics by providing training, and mentorship, and to begin to build a network where women support one another. She Can Win places an emphasis on mentoring, the program will engage women in meeting and making connections with other women, who have held office, are currently in office, and those that have led campaigns.
She Can Win will focuses on the tri-state area where the representation of Women in politics is also underrepresented. The program will offer 9 courses Courses include, but are not limited to:
Understanding Political Office
The goal of She Can Win is to increase the presence of Women in Civic Leadership, and cultivate the next generation of leaders.
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
Our mission is to recruit, educate, and support women who desire leadership roles in the civic space. Furthermore, to inspire young girls in future generations to soar and reach their full potential.
The vision of She Can Win is to create parity in the political realm. We believe that by providing the necessary resources and trainings that we are not only encouraging more women to run, but are placing more women in elected seats. She Can Win actively promotes equal representation.