When we talk about The Policy Circle, the first question that comes up is: Who writes the briefs, how are they written? The Policy Circle briefs frame the issues, present current policies, research and ideas on reforms. Here’s Kristin Jackson presenting how she curates briefs so you are equipped to form your own opinion when you read the headlines and have an informed discussion on issues.
Click here to go “behind the scenes” and learn how The Policy Circle curates briefs.
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The Policy Circle is a 501(c)3 that provides a fact-based, nonpartisan framework built to inspire women living in the same community to connect, learn about and discuss economic policies that impact their lives. Women across the nation are taking a leadership role in the public policy dialogue on what human creativity can accomplish in an open economy.