Guest post by She Should Run
Women have natural qualities that make us a strong fit for leadership roles, and sometimes, we need to be reminded of our potential. During Mental Health Awareness Month, take the opportunity to reflect on yourself.
What are your greatest strengths?
What are your interests and priorities?
You can channel these for the good of your community by running for elected office and stepping up for your community in a way that works for you.
Unsure where to start? Take this quiz to find out which public office is the right fit for you!
She Should Run offers simple actions you can take, workshops, courses, resources, and networking – all meant for women who want to show up for their communities but need help figuring out how to get started.
To learn more about these offerings, community, or She Should Run, visit buff.ly/3JB6lii.
She Should Run is a partner of the Crimsonbridge Foundation’s Women and Girls Leadership and Civic Engagement program.