Even if you weren’t able to attend our Young Women’s Leadership Conference, we want you to be a part of the excitement. We have heard from an outstanding line up of women and men who have shared with us how to boldly stand for our beliefs, push back against leftist rhetoric, and promote our principles of limited government and capitalism.

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Here are three great tips our ladies learned that you can benefit from as well:

  1. Use social media to your advantage and do not be afraid to use humor, snark, and wit to spark political discussions on Twitter. And don’t forget to put a period (.) before the at symbol (@) when replying to a tweet!Charlie Kirk – Founder and Executive Director of Turning Point USA
  2. “People are on the other side because they misunderstand something.” Take the time to educate your opponents in a professional and thoughtful manner.Heather Higgins – President of Independent Women’s Voice
  3. If you feel like you are the only conservative on campus, remember that you are not alone. Be open about your beliefs and others will follow. Most of all, remember the hundreds of other activists who are going through the same thing as you. You are not alone.Katherine Sodeika – University of Wisconsin – Madison, Chapter Leader

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Stay tuned for more updates about the Young Women’s Leadership Summit!