Marianne Schnall

"From a lifetime of interviewing diverse women, Marianne Schnall has chosen quotations that address big questions, then clustered them around turning points in life. Daring To Be Ourselves is a gift, a joy and a rescue." —Gloria Steinem

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Welcome to Marianne Schnall's official website. Marianne is a widely published journalist and interviewer whose writings and interviews have been featured in a variety of media outlets including O, The Oprah Magazine, Marie Claire,,, Refinery29, Forbes,, the Women's Media Center, Thrive Global, and many others. Marianne is a featured blogger at The Huffington Post, ForbesWomen, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated NPR radio show, 51% The Women’s Perspective. She is the founder of the women's website and non-profit organization and founder of What Will It Take Movements. She is also a Journalist in Residence at the Global Center for Gender Equality.

She is the author of Daring to Be Ourselves: Influential Women Share Insights on Courage, Happiness and Finding Your Own Voice and What Will it Take to Make a Woman President? Conversations About Women, Leadership & Power, plus her latest books: Leading the Way: Inspiring Words for Women on How to Live and Lead with Courage, Confidence, and Authenticity, and Dare to Be You: Inspirational Advice for Girls on Finding Your Voice, Leading Fearlessly, and Making a Difference.

She is the host of the podcast ShiftMakers that highlights exclusive insights of luminaries and movement makers as they share wisdom on how to be an authentic changemaker today.

Marianne graduated from Cornell University with a BA in English, and she is also a graduate of the Women’s Media Center’s Progressive Women's Voices media and leadership training program. She is the recipient of UN Women's Champion of Change Award and was ranked as one of the top global “Real Leaders 100” by Real Leaders Magazine. She is also an awardee of the International Women’s Media Foundation's Howard G. Buffett Fund for Women Journalists. She has appeared on CNN, BBC News, and NPR and as a contributor for WAMC’s nationally syndicated show "51%".

Through her writings, interviews, and websites, Marianne strives to raise awareness and inspire activism around important issues and causes.

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Beyoncé Names Her Hero, Puts a Book on Your Reading List in a Rare Interview (People Magazine)

Beyoncé Names the *One* Book She Thinks Should Be on Your Reading List (Marie Claire)

Marianne Schnall on What Will It Take to Make a Woman President? (video) (NowThis )

Marianne Schnall Interview on the Rise of Global Women Leaders (video) (BBC World News )

More women are signing up to run, but will they succeed? (

Marianne Schnall on Changing the Media's Stereotypes of Women (UN Women)

Panel: Women, Leadership & Power: What Will It Take? (video) (SOCAP)

Marianne Schnall's interview with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (video) (NYU Skirball/

Lessons from a Master Connector (profile) (Conscious Company Media)

What It Takes To Lead The Way While Daring To Be You (interview) (WAMC-AM/FM 51% )

Advice From Jane Fonda, Anita Hill, Amy Poehler, and Other Influential Women on Building Confidence (excerpt from 'Dare to Be You') (Thrive Global)

Gloria Steinem, Dolly Parton, Sally Field and Other Powerful Women on What “Success” Means to Them (excerpt from "Leading the Way") (Thrive Global)

Latest articles/features:

'Begin With The Story': Kimberlé Crenshaw On #SayHerName, Her New Book And Working Toward Gender Inclusive Racial Justice Insights from Kimberlé Crenshaw on #SayHerName, progress toward racial justice, intersectionality, supporting Black women leaders, her hopes for the future and more. (ForbesWomen)

Reflections From My Interview With Trailblazing Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Insights and hopes for the future from interview with late Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor (ForbesWomen)

Interview with Soledad O'Brien Journalist Soledad O’Brien on the importance of sharing authentic stories, making DEI a business imperative, and why we need leaders who stand by their values (Bold Action Series)

'Are We Willing To Listen To Girls’ Stories?': New Global Collection Uplifts Girls' Resistance And Activism Insights and calls to action from the co-creators of Stories of Girls' Resistance, a new body of work that centers stories of girls' activism across the world (ForbesWomen)

‘Disability Sparks Innovation’: Insights From Deafblind Human Rights Lawyer Haben Girma Disability rights advocate Haben Girma shares the benefits of designing for accessibility and increasing representation of disabled people in the workforce (ForbesWomen)

The Power Of Sharing Power: New Report On Co-Leadership Offers Insight Into The Collaborative Leadership Model That’s Gaining Ground Insights from authors of co-leadership report on how power sharing can lead to increased innovation and reduced burnout, as well as broader transformative change. (ForbesWomen)

'Supporting Women In Sports Is Good Business': Billie Jean King Teams Up With The Tory Burch Foundation To Empower Women In Sports Trailblazing tennis icon and champion for gender equality Billie Jean King and Tory Burch, founder of the Tory Burch Foundation, share details about their launch of a new Sports Fellowship that aims to advance women’s representation in sports business. (ForbesWomen)

'Young People Are Changing The World': Dr. Jane Goodall On The New Apple TV+ Series 'Jane' And Her Message That We Can All Make A Difference World renowned ethologist and environmentalist Dr. Jane Goodall talks about the new Apple TV+ series Jane, which was inspired by her life and legacy, her passion for empowering young people to get involved in creating change, her calls to action and more. (ForbesWomen)

Gender Equality Is Achievable In Our Lifetime: New Book Reveals How Laws Directly Impact Equality And The Global Economy Authors of the new book Equality Within Our Lifetimes share details and calls to action about how laws and policies can advance—or undermine—gender equality worldwide, what it will take to achieve equality, and how doing so will profoundly benefit the global economy. (ForbesWomen)

"Reckoning Is The Call Of The Day”: Interview With V (Eve Ensler) On Her New Book, 25 Years Of Global Activism And Creating A New Culture Award-winning playwright, author and activist V (formerly Eve Ensler) talks about her new memoir Reckoning, solidarity with grassroots leaders and activists across the world, creating a future of freedom and equality, and much more. (ForbesWomen)

'Women Emerging Expedition' Sets Out To Explore Approaches To Leadership That Resonate With Women Insights from esteemed women leaders across the globe who have teamed up to explore new paradigms of leadership as part of the Women Emerging virtual expedition. Their ultimate goal is to create a worldwide movement that redefines leadership and creates real change in the way it is both seen and done. (ForbesWomen)

Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Spotlight The Brave, Visionary Women Of Ukraine And Launch ‘Women Lead’ Campaign Nobel Peace laureates Jody Williams, Tawakkol Karman and Leymah Gbowee, and United for Ukraine president Olga Hamama, share their insights and calls to action after visiting the women of Ukraine and creating a campaign and documentary to highlight the role and plight of Ukrainian women. (ForbesWomen)

How We Raise Our Boys Is Key To A Gender Equal Future: Three Leading Advocates Weigh In Justin Baldoni, Ted Bunch and Don McPherson share their insights on the importance of raising boys to not feel constricted by outdated notions of gender and masculinity, and the multiple positive impacts it would have on boys' and men's lives and society as a whole. (ForbesWomen)

From Trauma To Trailblazing: Congresswoman Cori Bush Talks Overcoming Adversity, Creating Change And Her New Memoir Congresswoman Cori Bush talks about how her harrowing journey of trauma and adversity, which she candidly documents in her new memoir, ultimately led her to become the first Black woman to represent Missouri in Congress and fight for social and political change. (ForbesWomen)

Celebrating Jimmy Carter Our Longest Living President In Honor of President Jimmy Carter’s 98th Birthday, I wanted to re-share our conversation in celebration of his incredible life and legacy of service (ShiftMakers Podcast)

‘Change Isn’t Just Coming, It’s Here’: Deloitte Brings Together 100 Chief DEI Officers At Forum And Launches DEI Institute To Advance Equity In a bold effort to collectively accelerate diversity, equity and inclusion, Deloitte US recently launched a DEI Institute and held a Forum that convened 100 Chief DEI Officers from across industries to share strategies and build a network to create lasting change. (ForbesWomen)

Building A More Inclusive Future: Interview With National Geographic Society's First Woman CEO Jill Tiefenthaler I spoke to National Geographic Society CEO Jill Tiefenthaler about her leadership advice and the ways in which having diverse voices helps Nat Geo achieve their mission to illuminate and protect the wonder of our world (ForbesWomen)

'Women Leaders Should Be Able To Thrive': Deloitte Chair Janet Foutty On Her New Book And Strategies For Navigating Leadership Janet Foutty, executive chair of the board of Deloitte U.S. and co-author of the new book 'Arrive and Thrive', talks about ways women can thrive in their lives and careers, the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace and much more (ForbesWomen)

'I Have Had A Remarkable Life': A Tribute To Madeleine Albright As we celebrate the legacy and life of trailblazer Madeleine Albright, I wanted to share some of her most wise and powerful quotes from my past interview with her where she shared personal insights on advancing women’s leadership, her outlook on her life and work, her hopes for the future and more. (ForbesWomen)

Timeless Wisdom from Gloria Steinem In honor of Women’s History Month and Gloria’s birthday, I collected some of her most powerful insights, advice and life wisdom from our interviews (Thrive Global) Listen to the podcast on ShiftMakers with Marianne Schnall: ShiftMakers Podcast: Gloria Steinem Essential Wisdom Collection

Visions to Transform Our World this International Women’s Day Wisdom and calls to action from 25 inspiring women on creating a more sustainable, equitable, peaceful and just world (Thrive Global)

In Remembrance: My Interview With Beloved Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh I was saddened to hear about the death of world-renowned Buddhist teacher, author, poet, and peace/civil rights activist Thich Nhat Hanh. I was honored to be able to interview him several years ago and wanted to share his inspiring words as the world mourns his passing. (Thrive Global)

Interview With Justin Baldoni: Undefining What It Means To Be ‘Man Enough’ And Enacting Social Change Through Media Actor, director and changemaker Justin Baldoni talks about his Man Enough Movement, his personal and collective journey to transform traditional masculinity and gender roles, his work to enact social change through media with Wayfarer Studios and more (Forbes) Listen to the podcast on ShiftMakers with Marianne Schnall: ShiftMakers Podcast: Justin Baldoni — The Healing Power of Undefining Masculinity

Fireside Chat with Anita Hill (Video) Renowned women's rights advocate and legal scholar Anita Hill joined journalist Marianne Schnall in conversation about the timely themes in Hill’s new book Believing, as well as how we can envision and create a gender just future (Envision Equality)

“New Year, True You”: Luvvie Ajayi Jones Shares 5 Ways to Choose Courage and Make "Good Trouble" in 2022 Five takeaways from interview with bestselling author and speaker Luvvie Ajayi Jones who offers powerful insights on facing fear, speaking out, and much more. (Thrive Global) - Listen to the podcast on ShiftMakers with Marianne Schnall: ShiftMakers Podcast: Luvvie Ajayi Jones — Being Yourself is a Revolutionary Act

Wisdom Shared With Me By Desmond Tutu: 'We Are All Connected. What Unites Us Is Our Common Humanity.' As the world mourns the passing of cherished human rights champion Archbishop Desmond Tutu, I offer some of the insights and wisdom he has shared in interviews with me over the years, in the hopes that we can honor his legacy by embodying the principles he upheld. (ForbesWomen)

ShiftMakers Podcast: V (formerly Eve Ensler): Turning Pain into Power (Part 2) In part two of this candid conversation, activist and artist V (formerly Eve Ensler) discusses with host Marianne Schnall the paradigm shifts she most hopes to see in the world, healing, the importance of community, what she has learned living in nature, how she keeps herself centered in these concerning times, and much more.

ShiftMakers Podcast: V (formerly Eve Ensler): The Power of Art In Part 1 of my two-part interview, activist and artist V (formerly Eve Ensler) discusses her passionate concern for the future of the planet and her faith in young people as her inspiration for her new show WILD, her transformative work with V-Day, the power of art, how we heal within community and much more

Trailblazing Oceanographer Sylvia Earle On Why We Must Act Now To Safeguard The Ocean, ‘Our Life Support System’ Pioneering oceanographer Sylvia Earle talks about her new book celebrating the wonders of the ocean, how our actions and climate change are hurting the ocean and what we can do to protect it, her advice on being a trailblazer and more (ForbesWomen) - Listen to the podcast on ShiftMakers with Marianne Schnall: ShiftMakers Podcast: Sylvia Earle — Living in Harmony with Our Ocean

New Report On The State Of Black Women In American Politics Highlights Both Progress And Untapped Potential The representation of Black women in politics is growing, but still has a long way to go, a new report shows. Report authors Glynda Carr (Higher Heights) and Kelly Dittmar (CAWP) offer their insights on the progress and hurdles for black women candidates, why it matters, and what we can do to create change. (ForbesWomen)

'Things Have Changed, But Not Nearly Enough': Interview With Anita Hill On Her New Book That Charts A Path To End Gender Violence Thirty years after her landmark testimony, Anita Hill addresses the unfinished work of ending gender violence in her new book Believing. In this interview, she delves into why and how we must take action on this issue immediately, how she maintains her energy to keep doing this work and much more. (ForbesWomen) - Listen to the podcast on ShiftMakers with Marianne Schnall: Anita Hill Part 1 / Anita Hill Part 2

Envisioning A Gender Just World: Global Thought Leaders Weigh In this first installment of the #EnvisionEquality series, esteemed thought leaders across sectors share their visions of what a gender just future could hold, what gives them hope and how taking an intersectional approach is critical to achievement. (ForbesWomen)

Achieving a Gender Just World In Part 2 of the #EnvisionEquality series, activists, experts and thought leaders discuss the systems and paradigms that need to be reimagined in order to achieve equality, share what actions we can take to advance toward an intersectional, gender just world, and offer powerful advice to lawmakers looking to pass the Equal Rights Amendment. (ForbesWomen)

Arianna Huffington’s Call to Action: We Need to Nurture Our Mental Health as We Look Toward a Post-Pandemic Future (ForbesWomen) - Listen to the podcast on ShiftMakers: ShiftMakers with Marianne Schnall: Arianna Huffington on Nurturing Our Mental Health

Women have taken a staggering Covid hit. Now they offer the best hopes for the future With insights from: Tarana Burke, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Dr. Carissa F. Etienne, Melinda Gates, Sarah Eagle Heart, Jennifer Klein, Michelle Nunn, Fatima Goss Graves, Ai-jen Poo, Monica Ramirez, Elizabeth Barajas-Roman, Kristin Rowe-Finkbeiner, Reshma Saujani, Yifat Susskind, Opal Tometi, Teresa Younger (

Interview With #BlackLivesMatter Cofounder Alicia Garza: 'Fight Against Despair And Keep Doing The Work Needed To Change The World' Internationally recognized activist and organizer Alicia Garza talks about her new book, The Purpose of Power, and shares powerful insights and calls to action for creating a more equitable and just world. (ForbesWomen)

Now's Our Chance: After A Tumultuous Year, Women Leaders Share 8 Ways To Rebuild A Better World A diverse group of prominent women leaders share their insights and expertise on where we must focus our efforts to ensure the world that emerges post COVID-19 is more just, sustainable and equitable. (ForbesWomen)

Interview With Dr. Jane Goodall: 'We’ve Got To Get Together And Take Action Now' World-renowned ethologist, environmentalist and trailblazer Dr. Jane Goodall reflects on 60 years of groundbreaking research, as well as her ongoing work, and shares her wisdom and insights on the pandemic, the planet, women’s progress, her legacy, and much more. (ForbesWomen)

19 Powerful Women On Why Voting Is So Important Over the years, I have interviewed many high profile public figures about the importance of voting, and civic engagement overall, which is more important today than ever. What follows is a collection of quotes to inspire us all to vote in all elections, from presidential to down the ballot for our local races, as well as to ensure that others have those same rights too — as well as a reminder that our civic engagement extends beyond election day.(Supermajority)

Women Candidates Face More Obstacles — and the Pandemic Has Made It Worse Campaigning during the pandemic has forced candidates to innovate and improvise (Women's Media Center)

‘We Should Be Very Alarmed’: Interview With Sheryl Sandberg On The Shocking New Stats About Women Leaving The Workforce Due To COVID-19 Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and co-founder of Lean In, discusses the alarming new stats revealed in Lean In's recent study on women in the workplace during COVID and why companies need to take swift, bold action (ForbesWomen)

'Her Fight Is Ours To Continue': Esteemed Women Leaders Honor The Life And Legacy Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg With Their Stories, Reflections And Calls To Action
Featuring: Carol Moseley Braun, Hillary Clinton, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Abigail Disney, Melinda Gates, Kirsten Gillibrand, Jane Goodall, Anita Hill, Valerie Jarrett, Carol Jenkins, Kathy Najimy, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Cecile Richards, S. Mona Sinha, Gloria Steinem, Barbra Streisand, Tina Tchen (ForbesWomen)

Interview With Arianna Huffington On New Work-Life Strategies That Boost Resilience And Prioritize Well-Being During COVID And Beyond
Arianna Huffington discusses strategies and solutions for managing our lives, work and well-being during these stressful and uncertain times, how to address the growing impact on women, the importance of self-care and more (ForbesWomen)

On the centennial of the 19th Amendment, legendary women look to the future
Featuring Carol Moseley Braun, Jennifer Finney Boylan, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Alicia Garza, Melinda Gates, Kirsten Gillibrand, Anita Hill, Dolores Huerta, Helen LaKelly Hunt, Carol Jenkins, Mikki Kendall, Leslie Kern, Billie Jean King, María Teresa Kumar, Barbara Lee, Annie Lennox, Pat Mitchell, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Ai-jen Poo, Megan Rapinoe, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Sheryl Sandberg, Lauren Underwood, Christine Todd Whitman (

Interview With Brittany Packnett Cunningham: On Building Teams, Not Saviors And What It Will Take To Achieve Racial Justice
Activist and thought leader Brittany Packnett Cunningham talks in depth about advancing racial justice, supporting Black women's leadership, encouraging confidence in women, turning out the vote this November, what self-care means to her, and much more (ForbesWomen)

When Black Women Lead, We All Win: 10 Inspiring Leaders Show Us The Way
Featuring insights from: Luvvie Ajayi, Aimee Allison, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Brittany Packnett Cunningham, Alicia Garza, Valerie Jarrett, Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Amanda Seales, Opal Tometi, and Raquel Willis (ForbesWomen)

It's Time The 'Truth Be Told' About Black Women's Leadership In The Fight For The Vote
New digital collection tells the untold stories of Black women's vital role in the suffrage movement (ForbesWomen)

Insights From Jane Fonda: Now Is The Time To 'Lay The Groundwork For An Equitable, Renewable Future'
Actress and activist Jane Fonda shares her insights about addressing the climate crisis, fighting for essential workers, women stepping up as leaders to create positive change, the important role activism plays in her life, how we can build a more sustainable, equitable world and much more. (ForbesWomen) Oprah and Marianne Schnall

Oprah Asks the Question, 'What Do You Believe?: An Interview with the Media Icon About Her Landmark Series, "Belief" (Huffington Post)

‘These Extraordinary Times Call For Extraordinary Giving’: 12 Leaders In Women’s Philanthropy Speak Out
With insights from Jennifer Alcorn, Emilienne de León Aulina, Elizabeth Barajas-Román, Sarah Haacke Byrd, Vanessa Daniel, Latanya Mapp Frett, Donna P. Hall, Surina Khan, Monique W. Morris, Ana Oliveira, Kavita Ramdas and Teresa Younger (ForbesWomen)

Interview With Kimberlé Crenshaw: Rising Against Racism, Supporting Black Female Leadership, And Building An Equitable World
Renowned social justice advocate Kimberlé Crenshaw shares her insights on systemic racism and turning this moment of reckoning into transformative change, how to apply intersectional principles to the issues we currently face, the importance of supporting Black female leadership, and more. (ForbesWomen)

Ten Prominent Women Spotlight The Need For Women’s Leadership During The Pandemic And Beyond
Featuring insights from: Alicia Garza, Melinda Gates, Kirsten Gillibrand, Dolores Huerta, Barbara Lee, Pat Mitchell, Mónica Ramírez, Mary Robinson, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Tina Tchen (ForbesWomen)

Interview With Melinda Gates: How Revolutionizing Our Caretaking System Is ‘The Key To Reopening The Economy’
“Our economy is built on the back of women's caregiving,” says Melinda Gates as she discusses how the pandemic has hastened the urgency of creating more equitable caregiving systems, and how addressing this issue is connected to her overarching goal of achieving gender equality in the US and around the world (ForbesWomen)

Putting a Gender Lens on COVID-19: Thought Leaders Weigh In
With insights from Aimee Allison, Kimberle Crenshaw, Kristin Rowe Finkbeiner, Ana Flores, MarySue V. Heilemann, Michelle Nunn, Ai-jen Poo, Tony Porter, Kavita Ramdas, Cecile Richards, Rachel Thomas, V (formerly Eve Ensler), and Teresa Younger (ForbesWomen)

How History Can Bring Us Hope Right Now
Featuring stories from: Madeleine Albright, Aimee Allison, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, Kirsten Gillibrand, Jane Goodall, Kamala Harris, Kay Bailey Hutchison, Barbara Lee, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Pat Mitchell, Robin Morgan, Ai-jen Poo, Cecile Richards, Sheryl Sandberg, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, Opal Tometi (

5 Ways to Live Unapologetically (

‘The Power Of Media Has Never Been More In Our Hands’: Women’s Media Center Awards Highlight The Need For Inclusivity (ForbesWomen)

‘Fear Is Only Damaging When It Dictates Our Behavior’: Filmmaker And Activist Abigail Disney’s Advice On Leadership, Courage, And Creating Change (ForbesWomen)

'We Are Entitled To Ambition': Stacey Abrams Talks About Leadership, Change, And Her New Book (ForbesWomen)

'Make Your Voice Heard': How Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand Is Inspiring A New Generation Of Changemakers (ForbesWomen)

Sports Icon Billie Jean King on Leadership and Making a Difference (ForbesWomen)

Jane Fonda, Gloria Steinem, Maxine Waters And Other Trailblazers Push For More Women In Media (ForbesWomen)

'Don't Agonize, Organize': Why Nancy Pelosi Wants More Women In Washington (ForbesWomen)

Lessons From Anita Hill On Courage And Leadership (ForbesWomen)

New Campaign Raises Awareness Of The Pay Gap For Black Women (ForbesWomen)

New Coalition Aims to Elect More Women (Women's Media Center)

5 Lessons I Learned From My Interviews With Maya Angelou (ForbesWomen)

The Rising Activism in Women's Philanthropy (ForbesWomen)

2018 Will be the Year of Women
After a turbulent year fending off efforts to diminish our power and silence our voices, women are harnessing their outrage, writes Marianne Schnall -- newly energized, politically engaged and more resolute than ever. (

A CALL TO MEN: Honoring the Next Generation of Manhood (Huffington Post)

Interview with Sheryl Sandberg: Build Resilence, Find Joy, and Kick the Elephant Out of the Room (Forbes)

This is what it takes to elect a woman president (CNN)

9 Famous Women On What It Will Take To Create A REAL Democracy (Refinery29)

16 Leaders on Finding Inner Peace (Thrive Global)

Interview with Dolly Parton on Her Latest Projects, the Power of Love and More (video) (Huffington Post)

Gwen Ifill - A Role Model for the Next Generation of Women and Media (Huffington Post)

A Cosmic Perspective: Interview With StarTalk's Neil deGrasse Tyson (Huffington Post)

Gloria Steinem on the 'Crucial' Next Steps for Women, and What Gives Her Hope (Huffington Post)

Interview with Futurist Jason Silva, Host of "Brain Games" (Video) (Huffington Post/AOL Build)

Interview with Jane Fonda on Her Life, Her Passions, and Her Priorities (Video) (Huffington Post/AOL Build)

20 Years After Beijing, How Are We Doing? (Women's Media Center)

Interview With David Lynch: His Mission to Change the World Through Meditation (Huffington Post)

Amy Poehler and Marianne Schnall

Exclusive Interview With Amy Poehler on Her Book, Yes Please, and More (Video) (Huffington Post/AOL Build)

She's Got Game: U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand Challenges Women to Become Major Players (Marie Claire)

Marianne Schnall on Maya Angelou and a new paradigm on race (

Interview with President Jimmy Carter on His Book A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power (Huffington Post)

5 Steps to a Female President - It's not just a 'women's issue' (

What Will It Take to Make a Woman President?: Sheryl Sandberg, Nancy Pelosi, Olympia Snowe and Others Weigh In (Huffington Post)

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