The NY congressional candidate, who is running against Rep. Carolyn Maloney, is centering her progressive platform around addressing economic injustices—and giving voice to communities devastated by the effects.
Journalist Elizabeth Green believes treating, and funding, local journalism as a public goodwill usher in a wave of much-needed civic engagement and change
Nandini Jammi co-founded the ad accountability platform, Sleeping Giants, but never felt she got the credit. Now she's building a business centered on personal power.
The Texas military veteran who served three tours in Afghanistan points to her sworn duty to protect the country as her motivation to flip the Senate in November
The economic hits to family farms, the health care crisis leaving so many uninsured, the failing educational systems—these are the issues Iowans live with every day, and what fuels Greenfield’s run for office.
We Are Rosie’s Stephanie Nadi Olson built a business with diversity, inclusion, and life balance in mind. As COVID-19 has changed everything about work, hers is the model to follow.
The Georgia politician running for senator discusses the importance of centering race and class in an election, pushing back against the boys' club, and conquering her fears.
Amid a global healthcare crisis, Dr. Barbara Bollier aims to focus her medical expertise and decade's worth of state political experience on affordable healthcare for all.
The former Republican and Stacey Abrams’ running mate leans into her faith, feminism, and finance acumen in a bid to become Georgia's first elected woman senator.