This site shares information about my work as an author and advocate for women.
“I always benefit from your clear political thinking.”
I have written about women in politics for decades. Some of these writings are below.
I wrote a piece for Demcast in which I analyzed what we’ve learned from interviews during the first year of the #VoteHerIn podcast.
This headline, for an article I wrote for Lilith magazine, “It’s not prom queen. It’s president,” captures my view of where women belong in politics: behind the biggest desk. Lilith also published this excerpt from Vote Her In about the importance of women voting as a bloc.
For my columns in The Huffington Post, click here.
#ShePersisted is an important quality for women in every profession. Here I write about women in the ceramics world, and their need to be forceful advocates for change. There is accompanying video.
At Medium,read my piece on Sol Flores, a former student of mine at the University of Chicago, on the importance of her Congressional race in the larger context of Chicago political and women’s history.
Innovation Excellence agrees: every day Is Election Day.
The Caxtonian and Windy City Times published my piece discussing the guidance for women’s public leadership that Jane Addams offers-up in her great autobiography: Twenty Years at Hull-House. Published in 1912, her book is as relevant today as it was then.