The Policy Circle was created in response to women seeking to become more informed and involved in non-partisan public policy that affect free-enterprise and liberty. Intelligent and concerned women are currently sitting on the sidelines because they don’t have an easy way to connect with others and get engaged in policy talk. The Policy Circle exists to provide a framework for women in the same community to have safe, productive dialogue and to openly share their views. The Policy Circle encourages women to be engaged in public policy making and hold their elected representatives accountable.
Members of The Policy Circle become part of a tight network of women who are becoming influencers in their community and encouraging of one another along the way. The Policy Circle bridges the gap between community engagement and free-market policy think tanks. In addition, The Policy Circle’s structured approach and framework enables women to easily put into practice what they have learned in public policy leadership programs.
We look forward partnering with your organization to engage women in public policy at the local, state, and national level.
You can also contact Nicole Cline, Director of Expansion and Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.