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The Policy Circle in the Press

The Policy Circle’s message appears in print, online, and broadcast media across the nation.

If you are a member of the media and would like to speak with The Policy Circle about a speaking engagement or press opportunity, please email info@thepolicycircle.org or submit your request online.

    • Laura Cox Kaplan interviews founder, Sylvie Legere

    • February 16, 2018

      Laura Cox Kaplan and Sylvie Legere discuss the importance of civic engagement.

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    • Sylvie Légère, Nicole Fox and Kimberly Chalek: Promoting women in leadership

    • April 4, 2017

      Regardless of which side of the aisle you’re on, our country is entering a time of change, in which women need to take positions of leadership. That’s easier said than done. In the 115th Congress, there are 104 women (78 Democrats and 26 Republicans). That’s 19 percent of Congress….

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    • Government Inadequate Without Women's Voices

    • February 18, 2017

      If you caught news coverage of the women’s marches held across the nation Jan. 21, you would believe females are integral to the nation’s political conversation. While the marches might be a launching pad for elected office, females have a long way to go to have real political clout – particularly in Indiana…

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    • Sylvie Legérè on Chicago's Morning Answer

    • September 21, 2016

      What is the policy circle and why are so many women getting involved? Sylvie Legérè Ricketts explains.

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    • Braly’s new nonprofit, the Policy Circle, aims to put more women in power.

    • April 25, 2016

      The former CEO of WellPoint and regular on Forbes’s annual lists of the most powerful women and people in the country, Braly has lain low since resigning in 2012. Now, through the lawyer’s new Indiana-based nonprofit—The Policy Circle, a network of living-room, book club–type forums for matters of public interest—Braly wants to put more women in power….

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