When I began writing about women and politics and power for The Huffington Post, I adopted the Twitter handle #GirlPolitics. Subsequently, I wrote Every Day Is Election Day: A Woman’s Guide to Winning Any Office, from the PTA to the White House,  “a political book every woman should read.” (With the lovely promo code, SheRuns, special pricing here.)

I continue to write, as well as speak, about strategies for women’s leadership and power in the public square. Perhaps, my approach is best summed-up in this piece I wrote to kick-off 2017: “For riled-up women…” 

I also teach at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, where I was the founding Academic and Program Director for its initiative: Women in Public Leadership. 

In sum, at the University  elsewhere, I am #GirlPolitics, a fierce and devoted advocate for women’s full participation and leadership in every sphere of their professional lives. Below is a clip in which I talk about my approach. Elsewhere on this site, there are others, as well as samples of my writing, my bio, and anything else pertinent I could think of! Do be in-touch, whenever you would like.