Join us and our (AMAZING! NONPARTISAN! NATIONAL!) partner, She Should Run, for their third stop on the Road to Run on Thursday, June 3rd.
We'll be talking all about owning and developing your voice.
Why developing your voice? Because, simply put, developing your voice is an empowering, crucial part of owning your path to leadership.
If you follow WWAN, you're probably a leader in your community. You're probably someone who has considered (even if only for a fleeting moment that you've never admitted out loud) running for office. You're someone who has ideas and plans that other people already gravitate to and rally around.
And you’re probably here because something in your background or personal history or past experiences is driving you to make a difference. That story – the story who you are, where you came from, how you got to that place you're standing in and working from right now – that story is the center of your leadership style.
There is so much to learn about how to hone that story. How to share that story. And three of the Equality State's most exceptional women will be sharing their stories, their insight, and their expertise so that you can find your path forward, develop your voice, and share your story.
In a conversation with House Minority Whip Andi Clifford (D-Fremont) and Senator Tara Nethercott (R-Laramie), moderated by Teton County BCC Chair Natalia D. Macker, we'll dive into how they developed and learned to share their own voice, how they learned to navigate digital communications (totally tuning in for this part in particular), and how they used active listening as part of their communications with voters.
It doesn't matter if you’re running now (well, next year), not sure about that whole political landscape and how you fit into it, or (currently) think running for office just isn’t for you. No matter what, you’ll walk away from Thursday's conversation with greater leadership skills and confidence in telling your story.
This webinar is at Noon MT on Thursday, June 3rd. If you can't attend, no worries. We still recommend registering so you can receive access to the recording.