Campaign Sick

Welcome to episode 2 of Beyond the Ceiling! We're excited to share stories about incredible women who are making the world a better place. Please support our bi-weekly series by subscribing on iTunes (even if you listen elsewhere), following us on Soundcloud, subscribing to our email list, and telling your friends about us!

Now, this week's guest…

Nancy Leeds is a Democratic campaign operative and author of CampaignSick, a blog about best practices in campaigns and voting rights. She holds an MPA and a Master's certificate in gender and public policy from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.

In this episode, she shares with us:

  • That time she almost worked for the CIA
  • How blogging has given her the chance to call out issues in campaign life
  • Why campaign field work is her jam
  • Advice for women thinking of getting involved in campaigns

To learn more about Nancy Leeds or to get in contact with her, check out her blog, CampaignSick and its very popular Tumblr. You can also follow her on Twitter at @CampaignSick.

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