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Dec 13, 2018

#LiftHerUp Campaign Honors Incredible Women

On Giving Tuesday, The Policy Circle community accepted the challenge to honor those women who have been the role models, the silent cheerleaders, the mavericks, the wise counsel in their lives and careers.  Here are just a few of the dedications our members, leaders, and supporters shared. Sarah inspires me with her love of country […]

Dec 7, 2018

Policy Circle book picks for your Holiday List

Thinking of giving or getting something off your reading list this holiday season.  Consider a recommended book from The Policy Circle reading list .  We have 3 new titles to share!   Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More – Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist | Karen Swallow Prior At the 2018 Policy Circle Leadership summit, speaker Kim Borchers from The Foundation for Government Accountability highlighted Hannah More, who was a playwright and […]

Nov 22, 2018

Red wave, blue wave, pink wave

Red wave, blue wave, pink wave!? It’s beginning to sound like a Dr. Seuss rhyme, but the latest catch phrase of ‘the pink wave’ in describing this most recent 2018 midterm election is an exciting change of pace — one used to articulate the power of women on the ballot and at the polls. This […]

Nov 22, 2018

It is not what you say, it is what people hear

“Most people do not listen with the intent to understand;   They listen with the intent to reply”  Stephen Covey When preparing for this holiday, whether you are preparing to travel, to run a turkey trot, to bake a pie, take a moment to prepare your thoughts as well by revisiting the main takeaways of the […]

Nov 9, 2018

Should everyone own a home?

As Housing America states: “Without safe, decent and affordable housing, children won’t get the education they need; seniors will be unable to age in place; veterans and people with disabilities will not be surrounded and supported by community, and families will be unable to thrive.” Is owning a home still a crucial part of the American Dream? […]