Nov 15, 2017
Last week women who ran for office were victorious across the country, so we decided to replay our interview with law professor and anti-corruption activist Zephyr Teachout. She shares her experiences running for office, first for New York Governor in the Democratic Primary and then for Congress in New York's 19th District. Although Super PACs funded by billionaires spent millions to target Zephyr, she describes running for office as the most human thing a person can do. Zephyr explains that politics is about meeting, connecting, and listening to people -- all things that play to women's strengths. Listen and get inspired to enter politics or to fearlessly take any bold action!