Natl Archives -- Panel -- Big Strides: Diverse Paths: Women's Journeys to Political Leadership:
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Description of Pictures: Big Strides, Diverse Paths: Women’s Journeys to Political Leadership:
The influence of women has redefined the nature of politics, but how did they get there and what are the stories of their political journeys? Join moderator Eleanor Clift, weekly panelist on The McLaughlin Group and author of Madam President, as she moderates a panel of women who have come from a variety of backgrounds, represent different levels of political activity, and have played leadership roles in politics. Panelists include Mazie Hirono, U.S. Congresswoman from Hawaii; Grace Napolitano, U.S. Congresswoman from California; Madeleine Kunin, former Governor of Vermont and author of Pearls, Politics, and Power; Jennette Bradley, former Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, and Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Congresswoman from Tennessee. Presented in partnership with the Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts Boston’s McCormack Graduate School.
Welcoming remarks for this event were done by:
* Thora Colot (Executive Director, Foundation for the National Archives),
* Sue Gin McGowan (President, The McGowan Charitable Trust), and
* Carol Hardy-Fanta (Director, Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, University of Massachusetts, Boston)
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NASTRI_090305_005.JPG: Thora Colot (Executive Director, Foundation for the National Archives)
NASTRI_090305_076.JPG: Sue Gin McGowan (President, The McGowan Charitable Trust)
NASTRI_090305_108.JPG: Carol Hardy-Fanta (Director, Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy, University of Massachusetts, Boston)
NASTRI_090305_170.JPG: Left to right:
- Grace Napolitano, U.S. Congresswoman from California;
- Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Congresswoman from Tennessee
- Madeleine Kunin, former Governor of Vermont and author of Pearls, Politics, and Power;
- Mazie Hirono, U.S. Congresswoman from Hawaii;
- Jennette Bradley, former Lieutenant Governor of Ohio, and
- Eleanor Clift.
NASTRI_090305_175.JPG: Jennette Bradley, former Lieutenant Governor of Ohio
NASTRI_090305_193.JPG: Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Congresswoman from Tennessee
NASTRI_090305_207.JPG: Grace Napolitano, U.S. Congresswoman from California
NASTRI_090305_223.JPG: Madeleine Kunin, former Governor of Vermont and author of Pearls, Politics, and Power
NASTRI_090305_239.JPG: Mazie Hirono, U.S. Congresswoman from Hawaii
NASTRI_090305_278.JPG: Eleanor Clift
NASTRI_090305_670.JPG: Eleanor Clift
NASTRI_090305_717.JPG: Mazie Hirono, Jennette Bradley, Eleanor Clift, Susan Clifton
NASTRI_090305_718.JPG: Mazie Hirono, Jennette Bradley, Susan Clifton, Eleanor Clift
NASTRI_090305_720.JPG: Grace Napolitano, Susan Clifton, Marsha Blackburn, Madeleine Kunin
NASTRI_090305_733.JPG: Grace Napolitano, Carol Hardy-Fanta
NASTRI_090305_746.JPG: Marsha Blackburn and family
NASTRI_090305_786.JPG: Susan Clifton, Carol Hardy-Fanta
NASTRI_090305_797.JPG: Susan Clifton, Eleanor Clift
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