VIDEO: How can we break America’s highest glass ceiling?
What Will It Take to Make a Woman President? DC Event

VIDEO: How can we break America’s highest glass ceiling?

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Inspired by Founder Marianne Schnall's book What Will It Take To Make A Woman President?, Political Parity, Running Start and the Women Under Forty PAC convened some of the nation’s leading voices for a conversation on why a woman has yet to break America’s highest glass ceiling.

In the video above:
Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton advocates for diverse public leadership.
Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen explains the value of electing women on both sides of the aisle.
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz describes the barriers women face in envisioning a pathway to politics.
NFL veteran and political activist Don McPherson calls out the lack of men involved in the conversation.
Founder of The White House Project Marie C. Wilson emphasizes the importance of building a strong bench of female leaders.
Janet Foutty, principal at Deloitte (our generous sponsor for this event), encourages us to lift up examples of healthy work-life balance.

The panel was moderated by political consultant and TV personality Marjorie Clifton.

Join the conversation for a #WomanPrez on Twitter with @politicalparity, @wufpac, @runningstartDC, @feministdotcom and @womanpresbook

You can view an extended video of this conversation:

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