#LiftHerUp Campaign Honors Incredible Women

By The Policy Circle Team

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 –a love that gives her the courage to speak the truth when the truth was not popular.  She inspires me by showing me what it means to have a servants heart in public service and advocacy.  I learned from her the adage: “A ship in harbor is safe. But that is not why it was built.”  – Jasmine, Illinois

  • Sally brings people together. She listens and respects other points of view even if they are opposed to her own. – Lori, Texas
  • Lisa is an amazing leader.  She was the first person to bring The Policy Circle to California.  She brings out the best in people and always encourages me to go for my goals. – Anne, Illinois

We continue to challenge you to participate in our campaign to #LiftHerUp by making a contribution in honor of a woman that has inspired you – who has bolstered your growth personally or professionally and encouraged you to speak your mind with confidence.

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