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FEATURED: On September 7th, 2021, Mia Bonta, a Fund Her candidate, was sworn in as the newest California Assemblymember after winning a special election in the San Francisco Bay's 18th Assembly District. Her victory brought the number of women in the California Assembly to 39, a record-high 32.5%.
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Women's History All Year
For the women making history a calendar month holds but a fraction of the story. The change that elected women achieve across the spectrum of equality -- for reproductive freedom, climate responsibility, and social justice -- is everlasting. Join Fund Her in celebrating inspiring women all year as we work to win gender parity in state legislatures across the country.
Organizing for Climate Action with Fund Her
Fund Her hosted a 1-hour training on how to take advocate for local action on climate. The session included remarks from Nithya Raman, LA City Council; Adelita Serena from the Sierra Club; an "Advocacy 101" presentation; plus stories of success from Hayward City Councilmember Angela Andrews; Mayor of Encinitas Catherine Blakespear; and Executive Director of Save the Bay, David Lewis.
Why women's rights are human rights: A Women's Equity Salon
Join Fund Her for a panel discussion on the feminization of poverty, equal pay, health inequity, and the disproportionate impact of the pandemic on women. Featuring: Saru Jayaraman (One Fair Wage), Congresswoman Barbara Lee, CA Senator Sydney Kamlager, Dr. Malini A. Nijagal, MD, MPH, CA Board of Equalization Member Malia Cohen, CA Senator (ret.) Hannah Beth Jackson, Deidre DeJear (Fund Her Board Member) with special guest VA Senator Jennifer McClellan
Progressive Women: Moving Mountains, Flipping States, and Changing America
Fund Her's Season Finale Event Featuring Congresswoman Karen Bass, Aimee Allison, Jamie Lee Curtis, California Senator Holly Mitchell, Virginia Senator Ghazala Hashmi, Mayor Coral Evans, Rhodesia Ransom, Kayla Koether, and Lindsey Port Founder and President: Valerie McGinty Chief of Staff: Kat Chevalier Chief Political Strategist: Samantha Farmer-Helton