Online Programming

When COVID-19 closed schools across the country and women were sent home to finish the semester, NeW sought to provide a robust community for them online. One of the ways we are doing this is through regular Facebook Live conversations with leading policy and professional development experts.

You can watch some of the conversations here:

Conservative Women Vote

Camilla Can Vote with Senator Marsha Blackburn and Mary Morgan Ketchel

The Female Vote: Conservatives' Role in this Year's Centennial Celebration with Becky Norton Dunlop, Ronald Reagan Distinguished Fellow at The Heritage Foundation and former senior official in the Reagan administration

The Impact of the 19th Amendment with Olivia Perez-Cubas, Communications Director for Winning for Women

Stepping Up: What It’s Like to Run for Office with the Honorable Ellen Troxclair, Author of Step Up!: How To Advocate Like A Woman and former Austin City Council Member

Professional Development

Using Social Media to Advocate for Conservative Principles with Kassy Dillon, Founder of Lone Conservative

Job Searching and Growing Professionally During COVID-19 with Abby Bird, Recruitment and Training Coordinator at The Heritage Foundation

How to Ace Your Next Interview with Patricia Rausch, Director of Career Programs at the Leadership Institute

Professional Polish: Tips for Dressing Professionally and Setting Yourself Apart with Leah Whetstone, Founder of Style by Leah Rae

How to Effectively Share Your Conservative Message On Campus with Emma Meshell Phillips, Spokesperson for Young Americans for Liberty

How to Work Effectively from Home with Kathryn Alford, Communications Manager for Network of enlightened Women

Starting a Successful Business with Erica Choinka, Founder of ChicPolitico


Do Women Need the Equal Rights Amendment with Inez Stepman, Senior Policy Analyst with Independent Women's Forum

Free Speech on College Campuses with Nicole Neily, President of Speech First

Equal Pay Day: Debunking the Narrative with Romina Boccia, leading fiscal and economic expert for The Heritage Foundation

Occupational Licensing Reform: Why Laws Had to Change to Allow More Doctors to Work Across State Lines with Shoshana Weissmann, Senior Manager of Digital Media and Communications for R Street Institute

Government Red Tape During COVID-19 with Christina Sandefur, Executive Vice President at the Goldwater Institute and NeW Advisory Board Member

What COVID-19 Means for Higher Education with Lindsey Burke, Director of the Center for Education Policy and Will Skillman Fellow in Education at The Heritage Foundation

The Supreme Court in 2020 with Sarah Isgur, Staff Writer for The Dispatch

Self-Censoring: Conservatives are afraid to share their political views with Emily Ekins, Director of Polling for the CATO Institute

Reflections on Margaret Thatcher with Helle Dale, Senior Fellow for Public Diplomacy in the Davis Institute for National Security and Foreign Policy at The Heritage Foundation

Why the Electoral College Matters with Tara Ross, National Expert on the Electoral College and bestselling author

To see more of the online programming NeW has provided, visit our Instagram profile, Facebook page, and YouTube channel.
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