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Black Women Seek to Bring Change to GOP

A new generation of Black women is seeking to bring change and diversity to the GOP as the party looks to broaden its appeal with constituencies that have long shunned it. 

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When Women Win, Do Men Lose?

People of all genders benefit from gender equity, as the Catalyst MARC initiative demonstrates.

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SC Commission Announces 6 Candidates for Next Supreme Court Seat

The South Carolina Judicial Merit Selection Commission announced its six candidates for the next open state supreme court seat. In South Carolina, the supreme court is chosen by the commission, which is made up of 10 people. Six of those members are elected representatives from the house and senate. Four of the members are not representatives.

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Emotional Intelligence:  What Sets Women Leaders Apart

Recognizing the unique capabilities that women often bring to the table isn’t about perpetuating stereotypes; it’s about celebrating and leveraging inherent strengths to forge a new, more effective standard for leadership.

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The Legacy Of Shirley Chisholm – 50 Years On

Fifty-one years ago, in 1972, Shirley Chisholm, an educator who was also a black woman, stood as a candidate for the Democratic nomination during the US Presidential elections. Shirley Chisholm made history as the first African American woman to be elected to the United States Congress, serving in the House of Representatives for fourteen years, from 1969 to 1983.

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Barbie for President: Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the White House Project

Over the past 30 years, I have served the political arena in several roles—as an elected official, healthcare advocate, and most recently as a public affairs consultant. On panels and at events I’ve attended throughout my career, I’ve consistently heard the age-old question: “Can women have it all?” It’s a question that challenges women, who so often feel stuck when seeking a manageable balance between their personal lives and their careers.