Run Sister Run

Women of the African Diaspora Changing the Political Landscape

Three African American women seated in front of microphones

CAWP, together with a steering committee of African American women leaders, sponsors Run Sister Run: Women of the African Diaspora Changing the Political Landscape, a preconference session of Ready to Run® Campaign Training for Women. Run Sister Run participants attend a half-day session that targets issues of particular interest to African American women running for political office.  Run Sister Runparticipants then attend Ready to Run® to learn about the nuts and bolts of working on a campaign.  

Ready to Run® offers a unique opportunity for potential women candidates to hear directly from prominent elected and appointed leaders, campaign consultants, and party officials about how to get Ready to Run®. Topics covered include fundraising, navigating the political parties, working with the media, and developing a campaign plan.  More details on Ready to Run.

Run Sister Run Steering Committee

(Affiliations listed for identification purposes only.) 

T. Missy Balmir Barbara George Johnson
John S. Watson Institute for Public Policy, Thomas Edison State University
Tahirah Cooper Francesca Dulce Larson
Mosaic Strategies Group
Tara Dowdell
The Tara Dowdell Group, LLC
Shoshanna Page
Desha Jackson
New Jersey Women Lawyers Association (NJWLA)
Genia Philip

 

Questions?

Contact Pooja Prabhakaran at (848) 932-8566 or pprabha@eagleton.rutgers.edu.