At the PLEN Women in Health Policy seminar, Tiwonge was empowered to improve the health system in her community.
PLEN’s Women in Health Policy seminar helped Sarah evaluate which skills she wanted to develop in her future positions.
Hearing from powerful women in our nation’s capital gave Bailey Groh Rasmussen hope for the future of women in leadership roles.
At PLEN, Jasmin Tobon learned how to pursue her passions through a career in global policy.
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 PLEN, Gionna learned the importance of doing things outside her comfort zone, which ultimately led to an internship at City Hall.
PLEN Announces Discussions with Women Leaders on Capitol Hill and in Energy Policy As part of the Leadership Connection Series, PLEN is bringing college women and women leaders in Washington, D.C. to discuss staff diversity on Capitol Hill and women’s leadership in energy policy WASHINGTON, DC, December 20, 2018 - In celebration of its 40th … Continue reading PLEN Announces Discussions with Women Leaders on Capitol Hill and in Energy Policy
Throughout the fall semester of my senior year at the University of Cincinnati, for no reason I could pinpoint, I began to feel directionless. I knew I wanted to attend law school, but I had lost sight of why I wanted to pursue law, and the idea of figuring out what I wanted to do … Continue reading Thanks to PLEN, I’m a Woman with a PLAN
At the PLEN Women in Health Policy seminar, Amanda learned that she could make a different in the health field without going to medical school.
Since PLEN, Becca Buse learned that she has the foundations, contacts, and resources to get a job in health policy.