Elevate Your Political Voice – 9 Ways to Understand, Engage, an Activate*
In this session, we will describe the research showing reasons why women should participate more in representative government, barriers to entry, and the impact their voice can have on local and state policy.
We will provide:
- 3 practical steps any woman can take to educate herself on relevant political issues and offices;
- 3 methods she can use to engage in her community to make an impact; and
- 3 ways she can activate now to begin her political journey.
As representative government should reflect the people, this session will also be instructive to any population that is underrepresented in the government. We will save time for questions.
About Emily Quick Schriver:
Emily Quick Schriver is the Chief Executive Officer of The Matriots. As CEO, Emily leads the organization’s mission to elect more Ohio women to public office who will promote a healthy economy in which women can thrive and prosper. In this role, she partners across the state with engaged Ohioans seeking to increase representation.
Emily joined The Matriots in 2021, following a career as a lawyer representing institutions of higher education on issues of public policy and regulatory compliance. Most recently, she was an attorney in the Office of Legal Affairs at The Ohio State University, and before that she was a Washington, D.C.-based associate at the international law firm Hogan Lovells US, LLP.
Emily holds a Juris Doctor from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law in Chicago and a Bachelor of Science from The Ohio State University. Raised in central Ohio, she now lives in the Columbus area with her husband, three daughters, and devoted dog.
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