“The gift of a woman president” can be yours. I am so pleased that the audio version of Vote Her In is here.

The Hon. Jan Schakowsky will join me for a discussion of women in politics and electing a woman POTUS in 2020. For further information, click here. Join us.

Glowingly reviewed by the Chicago Tribune, Vote Her In is an inspirational, graphic-driven, and practical guide that explains why we should elect Madam President in 2020, and how every woman can take part in achieving that success and benefit from it.


Couldn’t have said it better myself: according to WGN Radio, the Steve Cochran show,we’re “ready to elect our first female president.” Vote Her In also argues that the best strategy for creating equal opportunity everywhere is to shatter the glass ceiling everywhere, by electing women to executive political office. (Now, Chicago leads this way as it has elected a woman mayor.)


he #VoteHerIn podcast explores all this. I’m excited to co-produce this new series with @TwoBroadsTalkingPolitics: click this link to sign-up. Here is the link to the #VoteHerIn series.

Check out this playlist of interviews from bSMART.

The Daily Beast recommends“nine books to read to get ready for the pink wave” of 2019: Every Day Is Election Day is one. 

“Our favorite author,” that would be yours’-truly, is here in a YWCA Facebook Live show. And, here is a talk I gave to a group of business leaders about the need for women to be in every c-suite. Here, the Chicago Sun-Times makes the case for Vote Her In. And, here, Crain’s Chicago Business interviews me on Mayor Lighfoot’s inauguration day about the necessity of securing a better future for every Chicago woman, girl, and her family.

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I also speak about women’s leadership and power and wrote Every Day Is Election Day: A Woman’s Guide to Winning Any Office, from the PTA to the White House, a frank exposition on women’s importance at every decision making table.

The image below is from an event where I joined American hero, civil rights leader, Dolores Huerta, and Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter. More on my #GirlPolitics work on the pages that follow.