Join HKS' Women in Power Student-Run PIC (formerly known as Women at HKS) and Shorenstein Fellow, Erie Meyer, for a facilitated exercise that will help you identify what makes you tick and how to make the most of you time - in your life and your career. Started by members of Tech Ladymafia, the exercise involves vocalizing and mapping what work you’ve done, how you spend your time, and which things you most love or hate to do in order to generate action options for how to spend more time doing what you love. It also works as a conversation so each person will be paired
Gender has impacted the 2016 election cycle more than ever in America's history. Hillary Clinton is the first woman to be a major party's nominee, and six Democratic women are challenging Republican incumbents for seats in the United States Senate. Recent polls by indicate a huge gender gap in voting patterns; Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by 15% among women, while trailing him by 5% among men.
Please join the HKS Democratic Caucus, the HKS Women and Public Policy Program and KSSG for lunch on Friday, October 28, from 1 PM - 2:30 PM in the WAPPP Cason Seminar Room (Taubman