“Nancy has guided the staff and inspired the national Board to think and act strategically and lead us into the 21st Century,” President MacNamara said.
"The League is committed to honoring Julian Bond's legacy in our ongoing work to keep our elections free, fair and accessible for every eligible voter,” said President MacNamara.
In honor of 95 years of Making Democracy Work ®, LWVVUS staff members are sharing stories about their work with the League.
Renee Davidson, Online Content Associate
Years at LWVUS:Over two years
This post is part of “Celebrating Women: Past, Present & Future,” the League’s series honoring Women’s History Month.
EDITORIAL NOTE: This blog post by written by LWVUS intern Grace Palmer.
The League of Women Voters is committed to ensuring that our nation’s elections are free, fair and accessible for all eligible voters, which means fighting discriminatory voter ID measures.
EDITORIAL NOTE: This article was originally published on LWVUS President MacNamara's Huffington Post blog.
This year, the League of Women Voters celebrates its 95th anniversary.
On January 9, we honor the birthday of Carrie Chapman Catt. In a little over a month, we’ll celebrate the birthday of Catt’s most enduring legacy, the League of Women Voters.
To say we’ve been busy this past year would be an understatement. The League’s mission – Making Democracy Work ® – means that we advocate for a democracy in which everyone has their say and every vote is counted.
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