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Sep 20, 2019

Introducing The Policy Circle Playbook

272 Circles.  40 States. 3 international countries Recently, the Policy Circle launched a second international circle in Tunisia, in addition to circles in Egypt and Lebanon.  The Tunisia Policy Circle is now part of that country’s conversation, helping to educate women about how their voices can shape their country and their lives. This Circle Leader, […]

Sep 6, 2019

Nancy Brinker, Founder of the Susan G. Komen Foundation and former Ambassador to Hungary, Joins Impressive Keynote Speaker List at 4th Annual Circle Leadership Summit

The Policy Circle is pleased to announce that Nancy Brinker, Founder of the Susan G. Komen Foundation and former Ambassador to Hungary, will be a principal speaker at the The Policy Circle’s 4th Annual Leadership Summit in Chicago on November 15th, 2019. Brinker will bring her expertise to the Policy Circle Summit mainstage focusing on […]

Aug 30, 2019

On Labor Day: Celebrating America’s Workforce

The Labor Day holiday is a time to celebrate and recognize the important contributions American workers make to the country’s economic prosperity. It’s also a day to reflect on the changing dynamics for U.S. workers. The landscape for workers in America has changed dramatically since the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, challenging the very nature […]

Aug 23, 2019

Seema Verma, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Will Headline 4th Annual Circle Leadership Summit

The Policy Circle is pleased to announce that Seema Verma, Administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services , will be a principal speaker at the The Policy Circle’s 4th Annual Leadership Summit, taking place in Chicago on November 15th, 2019.  For more than 20 years, Verma has worked extensively on a variety of policy and strategic projects involving Medicaid, […]

Aug 23, 2019

Being Neighborly: What the Changing Fabric of Neighborhoods Means for Citizenship

With the long hours of daylight dwindling in the last few weeks of summer, we tend to find ourselves outside and interacting more with our neighbors and in our communities. Neighborhoods grow, develop and change naturally over time – especially when local government, businesses, and everyday citizens engage.  Neighborhood associations and community councils are great […]

Aug 23, 2019

Summer is ending with a Cohort of New Circle Leaders

It’s been a busy month of growth at The Policy Circle. Eight new circles were formed, ten circle leaders onboarded, six circle meetings were held with Civic Engagement being the most popular summer brief. Each of the women in these circles represent the vast stages of a woman’s life, from college students to young professionals […]