Aaliyah Ford is a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. My name is Aaliyah Ford, and I attended the 2021 Women in Public Policy Seminar. Currently, Iam a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and I have a bachelor’s degreein social work and will be graduating with my master’s in social work this … Continue reading Making D.C. Connections at Women in Public Policy 2021
Kristen Davis is a junior at Robert Morris University. She attended PLEN's Women in Public Policy in 2021.
Ashly Hanna is a junior at the University of North Dakota and will graduate in May of 2021. She attended the 2020 Women in Public Policy seminar.
A professor and mentor introduced me to PLEN towards the end of the scholarship application deadline. Scrambling to scrape together recommendation letters, find funding, and construct coherent essays, I felt a distinct pull to complete my application and do it well. I have never felt so proud of a gut feeling! A week at the … Continue reading I am well-informed, prepared, and part of a network of incredibly powerful women
At PLEN, Madeline found a strong and supportive community of women that reaffirmed her goals to move to DC.
As a senior, PLEN provided Grace Wetzel with essential skills and connections to help her launch her post-grad career.
Thanks to the PLEN, Karla is now aware of the endless opportunities for women interested in advocating on behalf of immigrants and/or other disadvantaged groups.
Hearing from powerful women in our nation’s capital gave Bailey Groh Rasmussen hope for the future of women in leadership roles.
Alexandra Scott knows she wants to be a diplomat, and after attending PLEN, she has an idea of how to achieve her career goals.
At the PLEN Women in Public Policy seminar, Rutgers grad student Marina Feldman learned about positive impact and mutual support.