Hadley Heath Manning: IWF's Policy Priorities in 2023
Hadley Heath Manning joins the first She Thinks episode of the new year to discuss IWF’s policy priorities in 2023. We start with an overview of the current work at IWF, including its existing policy centers, as well as big victories in 2022, and then turn to the plans to develop new policy centers focused on energy and safety, the continued efforts to promote women’s rights in this country, and how you can be a part of Independent Women’s Network.
Hadley Heath Manning is vice president for policy at Independent Women’s Forum and Independent Women’s Voice and a Senior Blankley Fellow at the Steamboat Institute. Hadley has testified before Congress and state legislatures on various policy issues. She also appears frequently in radio and TV outlets across the country.
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