Thinking about financial goals can seem daunting at first, but the most important part is to get started and do what’s right for you. Keep reading to learn how you can set financial goals that are achievable.
Our team is thrilled to reintroduce you to Tierra Stewart as she steps into the Chief Program Officer role.
At just twenty-three years old, Nadya Okamoto has already made waves in combating the stigma of periods for fellow menstruators. The former IGNITE Boston Fellow fought against the Tampon Tax, which taxes these items as luxury goods, and has used her position to lift stereotypes against people with periods.
IGNITE – the largest and most diverse young women’s political leadership program in the country- Named Equality Can’t Wait Challenge Finalist.
This Women’s History Month at IGNITE, we’ll be spotlighting several powerful women in our community. Kicking us off is Cecilia Silva, a passionate and seasoned IGNITE alum who currently works for ReflectUS to increase representation in politics.
IGNITE is pleased to announce we’ve joined the Lone Star Parity Project Affiliate Network to work towards our shared vision of political parity.
March 1, 2021, marks the 35th Women’s History Month. This annual month-long commemoration of honoring the profound contributions of women dates back to 1987. While Women’s History Month is centered on paying tribute to our extraordinary foremothers who fought for our right to vote, it tends to overlook the herstory makers of today. This year, IGNITE will be featuring several ambitious, strong, and inspiring women who are currently writing herstory with their work.
Judge Constance Baker Motley changed the course of history forever. In addition to serving in many positions and championing justice and equality throughout her life, she made many legal landmarks possible. Learn more about Judge Motley’s life and phenomenal contributions below.
From unsung heroes to the famed Ava DuVernay, Black women play a vital role in society and have extraordinary stories to share. Check out these shows and movies that center Black women and tell the stories that deserve to be heard.
Black women make up the fabric of America, but their stories have gone untold for far too long. From leading the Civil Rights Movement to creating the foundation for the modern-day GPS, these are 10 Black women who weren’t in your history books, but should be.