It was the honor of a lifetime to have served as Chair for the White House’s Council on Women and Girls under President Obama.
Last year, the Council hosted the first-ever United State of Women Summit, and the energy and enthusiasm in that room was like nothing I’ve ever seen. Throughout the program, we heard from women (and allies!) about how to break down gender equity barriers and empower ourselves as advocates on critical issues ranging from health, to violence against women, economic security, entrepreneurship, human rights, and education.
With those women in mind, and in partnership with advocates from every corner of the country, we fight for all women.
So, today The United State of Women is launching the Galvanize Program to build on the momentum of the Summit and bring the conversation to communities across the country. Galvanize will host mini-United State of Women Summits in six cities over the next year, bringing people together to discuss the challenges that women face and empower participants to become the next generation of local and national leaders. These summits will provide women with the tools and training they need to organize, to advocate for policy solutions, to run for office or to become an entrepreneur.
Registration is open in the first few cities, but you can add your name right now to be the first to get updates about when the Galvanize Program is coming to you.