#PLENPower Mentor List

As long as women are underrepresented in policy leadership, connecting women across generations, political parties, and around the world remains critical to our success.

Attending a PLEN seminar introduced you to a powerful network of women ready to help you. That support system doesn’t end when your seminar does. It continues through your first internship, your first job, while you learn to manage others, when you decide to go to graduate school, as you learn how to balance your professional life, and even if you eventually decide to run for office. Wherever your path leads you, know that there are women who have led before you, ready to reach behind and help you up the ladder.





The most helpful and meaningful relationships I have had so far have been ones of mentorship and comradery, and PLEN taught me that it is never too early to initiate those relationships with others.

-Katie McConville, PLEN Alumna

Unlike a formal mentor-matching service, we’re letting you take complete control of your experience.

Like winding career paths (or career jungle gyms,) your interests change and needs evolve over time. We believe the most effective mentoring relationships happen organically and on their own time. That’s why we’re giving you the power to grow your network in your own way.

Every woman on our #PLENPower Mentor List is ready and willing to connect with alumnae in a variety of ways. Whether you're looking for informational interviews in D.C., new friends in Los Angeles, or a speaker for an event in New York, there are PLEN mentors listed and ready to help you forge your path to leadership.


Access the #PLENPower mentor List

For only $5 a month, you'll have access to an ever-growing database of PLEN mentors across the world. Subscribe when you need to, unsubscribe when you need to. It's completely up to you.


Each of us has a unique story to tell.

Sharing your story and experience is essential for supporting the next generation of women leaders. Help us share the #PLENPower with future women leaders and become a mentor today.