4 Reasons to Attend the 2019 National Conference

The 2019 NeW National Conference on June 20-21 in Washington, DC is fast approaching and I’m here to tell you that attending this event will truly make a difference in your life. There are many reasons why you should register for the NeW National Conference, but here are four I thought would be worth highlighting. […]

2019 National Conference Scholarships Available – Apply Today!

On June 20 and June 21, the NeW National Conference will be taking place in Washington, DC at the Heritage Foundation (June 20) and Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship (June 21). The conference will include keynote addresses from Congresswoman Elise Stefanik* and Mary Katharine Ham, panels on sharing your conservative […]

NeW Announces 2019 Empowered Woman of the Year

NeW is thrilled to announce that the 2019 NeW Empowered Woman of the Year Award is going to Mary Katharine Ham, CNN Contributor and co-author of the book End of Discussion: How the Left’s Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, and Makes America Less Free (and Fun). Ham will be delivering the keynote speech on Friday, […]

Join this Inspiring Women’s Leadership Conference

Are you an 18-30 year old conservative woman looking for a community of like-minded women? Are you interning or working in DC this summer? Join the Network of enlightened Women for our 14th Annual National Conference, the nation’s premier leadership conference for conservative women. This exciting two day conference will be filled with informative policy […]

National Conference Recap: Human Trafficking and What You Can Do to Fight Back

Dawn Hawkins: Let’s Talk Sex Trafficking: The Hidden Problem in America and What You Can Do To Fight Back  The National Conference hit a somber mood when Dawn Hawkins, Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE), discussed the nature of human trafficking in the United States. She made the […]

National Conference Recap: Understanding Women’s Rights Around the World

Lisa Daftari on Women’s Rights Around the World For many Americans, basic women’s rights are taken for granted and are not fully appreciated when compared to the human rights violations around the world. At this year’s National Conference, Lisa Daftari, TV and Radio Host/Commentator, combatted this ignorance to demonstrate how women’s rights are being violated […]

Caitlin Flanagan on Today’s Colleges and the Indoctrination of their Students

Caitlin Flanagan was, without a doubt, one of my favorite speakers at the NeW National Conference. Caitlin Flanagan is a contributing editor to the Atlantic and a former staff writer for The New Yorker. In addition, she is also the author of Girl Land, a best-selling book about what girls have lost and gained in […]

Policy Debate: Careers, Babies, and What Policies Work Best for Women

Debating the option of running parental leave through Social Security NeW’s National Conference included a debate entitled Careers, Babies, and What Policies Work Best for Women featuring Carrie Lukas andRachel Greszler, moderated by Kelsey Harkness. The debate focused on the benefits and drawbacks of allowing mothers to access Social Security funds to pay for maternity […]

Grace-Marie Turner, the Galen Institute, and the New Generation of Heath Policy

Grace-Marie Turner, the founder and president of the Galen Institute, spoke at the 2018 National Conference that was held June 21-23 in Washington D.C. The Galen Institute and Grace-Marie work to promote informed debate over free-market ideas for health reform. During her talk, Grace-Marie described her experience starting the Galen Institute. She started her public […]

Sex Matters: A Discussion with Mona Charen

Mona Charen joined us at National Conference to discuss the differences between men and women, and talk about her new book Sex Matters. Charen emphasized that men and women are different in a complimentary way, and both sexes are essential to the flourishing of society. Charen stated, “I consider myself a feminist in the sense […]