Barbara Franklin, and the other founding members of Executive Women in Government, came to the organization after having spearheaded administration efforts to bring more qualified women into high-level, Government policy-making positions. To make the kind of change they were tasked with, they needed to not only develop and create the right policy, training, and procedures but also to strategically communicate their goals to the right decision-makers, what they needed, and their progress. They needed to be seen as the experts in this arena. Sought out for comment on legislation, for their views on a range of actions – from changes to statute to agency-level activities and programs. To advocate on behalf of what works, and what is needed.

In August, we had our first discussion to discuss a new advocacy agenda specifically focusing on who we wanted to influence, and what types of activity we’d want to undertake to be seen—the how. These activities are expected to be in addition to, and complementary of, EWG programming, mentoring, and networking for our members.

We are now seeking your input on topics that we’d want to see EWG advocate for (the what!) in 2022.

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* 1. Thinking of your own leadership journey, Rank the items below from most important (1) to least (X) in terms of what you found most helpful.  (respondent should insert number next to each)

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* 2. Thinking of your own leadership journey, Rank the items below from most significant (1) to least (X) in terms of what you found to be biggest challenges. (respondent should insert number next to each)

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* 3. Rank the below topics from most preferred (1) to least (X). (respondent should insert number next to each)

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* 4. What ideas do you have for topics, initiatives (White House, Congressional), specific partners, etc that EWG could feasibly support in the near term so that we could get maximum benefit out of our limited resources?

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* 5. We are interested in hearing your views! What did we miss that you’d wished we’d included or asked?

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* 6. Please explain "Other" if selected above and identify the question number.

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* 7. How may we contact you?

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