Monday, June 24, 2019 to Wednesday, June 26, 2019 

Registration is Closed

Location: AT&T Forum for Technology, Entertainment, and Policy at 601 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Ticket Prices:

  • General Admission: $100

Join us for an action-oriented conference focused on strategies for stepping up and owning your political power.

Elected leaders and politically ambitious young women, like you, will share how to best position yourselves as public leaders. You will leave inspired, activated, and ready to run!

Our 3rd Annual National Conference in Washington, D.C. this year will include a two-day conference and one-day IGNITE the Capitol with visits with legislators. Young women’s political leadership conferences are a core component of our training strategy. These conferences include skill-building workshops, plenaries on policy topics, roundtable lunch discussions with elected women, and keynote addresses from prominent female political leaders.

Speakers    Agenda

Keynote Speakers

Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks, Indiana 

Congresswoman Sharice Davids, Kansas

Congresswoman Deb Haaland, New Mexico

Congresswoman Katie Hill, California

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, Massachusetts

Congresswoman Martha Roby, Alabama

Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, Michigan



Young Women's Town Hall: What matters to young women voters in the 2020 Presidential election?

Young women vote at a 7% higher rate than their male peers. If all eligible young women voted, you would have the power to determine every single election. Politico wants to hear from you: the next generation of female voters. What issues do you care about? Which candidates do you like and why? What do these candidates need to prioritize to garner the young woman’s vote. Brought to you by media partner Women Rule POLITICO.
  • Quadira Coles, Fellow, IGNITE
  • Savannah Lane, Communications Manager, Turkish Heritage Organization
  • Gabriela Meza, Media Intern, National Park Service


Plenary: Gen Z Organizers at the Forefront of National Activism

Leading female activists share strategies to harness the power of your voice to make social and political change. The panel features:

  • Eve Levenson, Regional Director, March For Our Lives
  • Miasya Parker, Collegiate Chapter President, Black Girls Vote
  • Deyanira Aldana, Education Justice Coordinator, United We Dream

Brought to you by media partner Women Rule POLITICO and moderated by Anna Palmer, Senior Washington Correspondent, POLITICO.

Plenary: Disrupting fashion - How the founders of Universal Standard built a successful brand that takes size out of the equation

In the face of a fashion industry that has long perpetuated problematic body images for women, entrepreneurs Polina Veksler and Alex Waldman created Universal Standard, which disrupts the apparel industry by taking size out of the equation and is laying the groundwork for the future of fashion to include women of all sizes. Hear from entrepreneur and CEO Polina Veksler as she discusses the impetus for Universal Standard as well as how women can maintain their personal style and authenticity as they embrace ambition.

Young Women Run inspires attendees to declare their ambition



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Sponsorship Opportunities

The time is now to inspire and activate the next generation of women leaders. We invite you to join us as a partner in this worthwhile and energizing community event. Learn more about these opportunities and contact with any questions.

Become a Scholarship Champion

Send young women from across the country to Washington, D.C. for our three-day national Young Women Run Conference. Over 100 young women have applied for scholarships to participate in the June conference. Make a gift today and help us give these young women the tools, resources, and hands-on training they need to accelerate their political careers.


Where to stay in Washington, D.C.

  • The Washington Court Hotel is within walking distance of the Young Women Run venue, the AT&T Forum for Technology, Entertainment and Policy.
  • HI Washington D.C. Hostel is a 15-minute metro ride from the conference venue. Rates run from $35 to $120 depending on single or shared occupancy. 
  • Reach out to other attendees on the Facebook event for shared housing options, like AirBnb.