Author and political commentator, Kate Obenshain, offers an alternative path for conservative women interested in politics by suggesting how to get involved in the process themselves, not only to champion the cause of freedom but to also show there are numerous opportunities in politics women.
- In order to be more engaged in the conservative movement, you must first decide what you are passionate about
- Educate yourself on the issues you care about as much as possible
- Research student conservative groups on campus, or start one yourself if there are none!
- Young conservative groups active on campus are Young America’s Foundation, The Leadership Institute, Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Network for enlightened Women, Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute, Students for Life of America, FIRE, Generation Opportunity, and many others!
- Kate Obenshain
- Network for enlightened Women
- Clare Booth Luce Policy Institute
- Students for Life of America
- The Leadership Institute
- Young America's Foundation
- Intercollegiate Studies Institute
- Generation Opportunity