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At the Women in STEM Policy seminar, Rabia Osman met two mentors that continue to support her path in cyber law and policy.
Struggling with what feels like constant negativity towards women, Simone Browne found a supportive environment of women empowering each other at PLEN.
As a theater major, Noni Ford wasn't sure about her interest in a law career until she met students and speakers at PLEN who also had diverse interests.
What started as a resume review session between Mallory Ladd and Lisa D. T. Rice turned into a lifelong lesson in the power of networking.
At PLEN, Ashley Wilson found a much-needed space to learn from women who have drastically different perspectives than her.
At the PLEN Women and Congress seminar, Andrea López-Rivera learned that Washington, DC is the place where she can pursue all of her passions.
During her internship at PLEN, Rita learned essential professional skills as well as the power of women's leadership.
On July 11, 2018, PLEN co-hosted a luncheon with WGR, which featured speakers who shared their professional experiences in politics and policy.
Two very important things Ana experienced through her internship with PLEN is learning the inner-workings of a nonprofit and how to network.