Women’s Influence in 2012

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Susan Scanlan was elected chair of the National Council of Women’s Organizations in 2005.  The Council is a nonpartisan coalition of over 240 progressive women’s groups representing 12 million American women—everything from the Girls, Inc. to the Older Women’s League.

She comes from a long line of politically active women. Her grandmother chained herself to a tree in the cherry orchard that was going to removed in Washington D.C. Susan celebrates the cherry blossoms in a very personal way. Her grandmother helped same them.

Susan gets to see the influence of women and the climate about women in the political arena in ways most of us do not.

Susan even played a part in making March Women’s History Month.

This is an interview that you will not want to miss!

Learn more about Susan:

Susan helped found the Women’s Research and Education Institute

Susan is a delegate with Vision 2020

Susan and the Women’s Research and Education Institute

Thanks to Kari Hillery for her marvelous music! One World Kari’s website

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Honoring women in other parts of the world is a reflection of the honor you have for your sisters and self in your world.