Category Archives: Organization News

The force behind EMILY’s List

By EMILY SCHULTHEIS for POLITICO – Ask around about EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock and two things become clear: She delivers results and isn’t afraid to knock heads in the process. In the three years since she took the helm of the group that works to elect Democratic women, Schriock has grown its membership five-fold while… Continue Reading

Gloria Feldt leads initiative to teach women to embrace power

“Women like power but have difficulty with it,” says women’s advocate and NY Times best-selling author Gloria Feldt. She and former investment banker Amy Litzenberger have launched “Take The Lead,” the first comprehensive initiative to prepare and propel women to half of all top leadership positions by 2025. “This is the moment,” says Feldt. Core to the Take The Lead strategy… Continue Reading

Florida Ruth’s List Moves to St. Petersburg

Yesterday, Ruth’s List Florida moved into its new office in downtown St. Petersburg!  This important strategic move was possible thanks to support from Ruth’s List Florida members around the state.  Isn’t it time for you to join this impressive network?  Just click here to donate today. Why St. Pete?  The Tampa Bay region has more… Continue Reading

New York is for Women

By Kathy Groob, Founder ElectWomen.com – During a recent trip to the Big Apple where I attended a week’s worth of events supporting women in politics and leadership, I discovered the secret to their success—other women.   Women’s organizations and women-driven political action committees that engage in activities to encourage and support women who run for… Continue Reading

Clinton waiting in the wings, Democratic group paves way for a woman president

By Michael O’Brien, Political Reporter, NBC News– NBC’s Domenico Montanaro talks about the decision made by the Emily’s List group to start a campaign to place a woman in the White House. The group’s efforts include a new ad with an obvious message towards Hillary Clinton. With former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton waiting in the… Continue Reading