This is what a conservative looks like.

It’s time to shatter stereotypes.


The #ShesConservative campaign shatters stereotypes about what young women believe today and what a conservative looks like. It is time for young women to stop hiding their conservative views and proudly exclaim, “This Is What A Conservative Looks Like.”

Check out our new book She’s Conservative: Stories of Trials and Triumphs on America’s College Campuses, which highlights how young conservative women face trials on campus. The women showcased in the book overcame these challenges to become stronger, wiser, and more courageous.

Additionally, below are the faces of conservatism. Click on the images to meet some young women who have submitted essays as to why they are conservative. Only by speaking out will more women learn the benefits of conservative principles.

Read more about the #ShesConservative campaign in Cosmo, Forbes, and the Washington Examiner.

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For general inquiries, email [email protected].

Meet the Women

Emily Hall
Katie Leeper
Virginia Tech
Alyssa Bawcom
J R Arnold High School
Kayla Mullings
Ephrata High School
Ashlie Parra
Sand Creek High School
Katrina Willis
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Katherine DeLaney
Arizona State University
Sarah Blake
West Essex Regional High School
Prestin Henze
West Valley High School
Marissa Ruiz
Kaua'i Community College
Chelsea Montgomery
Thomas Jefferson High School
Bri Mirabile
George Washington University
Ella Biggins
University of South Florida
Margaret Mixon
The George Washington University
Sonia Nemani
George Washington University
Tinasiah Mitchell
Temple University
Yasmin Duran
Lee College
Breanna Cunningham
College of Charleston
Alyssa Vento
Mission Veterans Memorial High School
Kalie Whitehall
Venus High School
Lisette Zaragoza
Lamar State College-Port Arthur
Mia Wright
George Washington University
Adeline Sandridge
University of Virginia
Beatrice Valenti
Florida State University
Lorieen Mundorff
Steven Hanager College
Ciara McCance
Hay Springs Public Schools
Siena Shirer
Florida Gulf Coast University
Mia Widhalm
Crystal Lake Central High School
Hannah Carlson
University of North Dakota
Sydney Klausing
Eastern Michigan University
Grace Watson
George Washington University
Clare McKinney
St. Mary's College
Isabel Yagerman
Townsend Harris High School
Lauren Andrews
University of Kentucky
Sequoia Leines
Patrick Henry College
Mia Steupert
Emmanuel College
Kelci Webb
Louisville, Kentucky
Katie Ward
Arizona State University
Alexandra Duncan
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Anna Huffman
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Alexis Bowman
University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Kelley Babphavong
Harvard University
Jasmine Morgan
Waco, TX
Kathleen Roberts
Kaplan University
Lauren Nickel
Virginia Tech
Kylee Zempel
Marantha Baptist University
Jaimie Erker
Colorado Christian University
Anastasia Kourtis
Boston University
Sophia Studer
Florida Gulf Coast University
Savannah Jones
Florida Gulf Coast University
Tory Renza
Florida Gulf Coast University
Puja Patel
SUNY New Paltz University
Shannon Watkins
Raleigh, NC
Bailey Chapman
University of Alabama
Karly Matthews
Temple University
Hope Noe
Marian University
Ella Biggins
University of South Florida
Emily Hall
Harvard University
Reagan High
Western Carolina University
Jessica Martinez
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Tiffany Cahill
Florida Gulf Coast University
Vanessa Rivera
Florida Gulf Coast University
Ashley Sheek
Western Carolina University
Antonia Okafor
Carollton, Texas
Emmaline Smith
North Carolina State University
Paige Lisicki
American University
Alexandra Torres
American University
Emma Harrison
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Michelle Verkhoglaz
Boston University
Sarah Dezelin
University of Connecticut
Peyton Smith
American University
Jennifer Barber
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Krista Chavez
American University
Clare Clifford
State University of New York at New Paltz
Ruth Ann Barger
University of Alabama
Elizabeth Minneman
Washington, DC
Sydney Berman
Boston University
Katelyn Carafano
Washington, DC
Gabrielle Nelson
George Mason University
Natasha Tax
Temple University
Nickie Deahl
George Mason University
Bailey Wayland
George Mason University
Reagan McCarthy
Penn State University
Emma Thatcher
Orlando, FL
Angela Morabito
Washington, DC
Rachel Jones
New York, NY
Rebecca Malone
American University
Lauren Cooley
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Gabrielle Ickert
University of Minnesota-Duluth
Amanda Spence
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Elizabeth Bradford
Florida State University
Loriann Brown
Bainbridge, GA
Rachel Glendenning
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Madison Brooks
Charlotte, NC
Brianna Cicero
Temple University


We’re proud of the strong conservative women who have joined our #ShesConservative movement.

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In The Media


Conservative Women Are Underdogs on Campus

-Karin Agness, Forbes

These Young Women Aren’t Afraid to Say They’re Conservative

-Carrie Sheffield, Opportunity Lives


#ShesConservative: Young women, ridiculed for political beliefs, share their stories

-Meghan Keenan, Red Alert Politics

#ShesConservative: The Forgotten Demographic

-Gabriella Muñoz, Townhall

Conservative Women Speak Up About Stigma in College With #ShesConservative

-Prachi Gupta, Cosmopolitan

NeW Seeks to Squash Stereotypes of Conservative Women, Especially On College Campuses

-Karly Matthews, FreshU


Conservative group launches campaign highlighting young female conservatives

-Ashe Schow, Washington Examiner

Opinion: Redefining the right: this is what a conservative looks likes

-Rebecca Malone, Campus Reform

This is what a conservative looks like at Harvard

-Emily Hall, New Boston Post





Fearless females fight back against conservative shaming on campus

-Toni Airaksinen, The College Fix





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