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UW: Ep 19 -RUN FOR OFFICE

Have you ever thought about running for a political office? If so, then tune into today as I Interview Megan Bedera, the founder of “Women Campaign” as she breaks down what’s involved in a political campaign.

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Running for a political office is something I’ve always considered. I’m passionate about helping people and making change. Although I do that now in my roles as a life coach and mom, I’ve always had a desire to potentially get in politics.

If you’re someone with a similar desire to get involved in politics, today’s “Become An Unstoppable Woman” podcast episode is for you.

On today’s episode, I’m interviewing Megan Bedera, founder of Women Campaign.

Women Campaign is a non-partisan group with the goal of supporting women running for political office or women supporting women running for office.

Women Campaign helps women with their campaign strategy, project management, advocacy and analytical reports when they run.

Megan has always had a heart for helping women get out of their comfort zones and achieve their dreams, especially when those dreams are running for (and winning) a political office.

Megan founded Women Campaign to be a training program for women to learn skills and gain confidence to take a more active role in their government.

Megan is working to make Women Campaign a community of women leaders from coast to coast to connect, strategize and work together to make significant change in their communities.

Megan Bedera co-founded and continues to operate her million dollar political advertising agency with offices in Nevada and Texas.

For the last decade, Megan has consulted, managed and supported political campaigns from Capitol Hill to Main Street USA, but to be honest, her heart most often leads her to local campaigns because she truly believes the government that best represents the people is closest to the people.

Megan has a unique mix of experience that helps her connect to her clients on a personal level. Her country roots run deep, and she often makes FFA or rodeo references, or cites examples from managing constituent services in the rural parts of Nevada.

On the other end of the spectrum, Megan holds a master’s degree in Strategic Public Relations from The George Washington University and is an active member of the Junior League of Dallas.

Specifically, in this interview Megan and I cover…

-Why someone would want to run for office (especially a local office).

-What could open up for a woman by running for office?

-What time and money is typically involved running for office.

-Who are great candidates to run for office.

-Why you can create more change running for local office vs. in a national race.

-What problems women typically encounter running for office.

-Why Megan started “Women Campaign” and how she helps women with their campaigns.

Be sure to listen to the “RUN FOR OFFICE” interview in the player at the top of this page.

If you’d like to connect with today’s interview guest, Megan Bedera you can find her “Women Campaign” website here.

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