Get to Know the Women Behind Hillary’s Campaign

Hillary Clinton has hedged her bid for the democratic nomination much less afraid of the word “feminism” than she was in ‘08. During the former Secretary of State’s last campaign, Hillary shied away from discussing her gender, much to the dismay of feminist thinkers and activists alike.

Photo from Nato.Int

Photo from Nato.Int

But this time around, Hillary has made gender inequity a primary part of her political visage, and she has been waving her feminist flag proudly. Unsurprisingly, she’s stacked her campaign team with an array of powerful female political operatives. Click on a photo to learn more about these women, and how they’re working to help elect our nation’s first ever female president.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: AMANDA BURKE

Currently a journalism student at Boston University, formerly a line cook with a side gig selling vintage jewelry. I am interested in the way our narrative species communicates and consumes information and images, and the power of storytelling to connect us all. I am passionate about social politics and policy, and hope one day work for an organization that shares my dedication for feminism, culture, and the arts.

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