Our vision is a government that reflects the people it serves, and decision makers who genuinely and enthusiastically fight for greater opportunity and better lives for the Americans they represent. We will work for larger leadership roles for pro-choice Democratic women in our legislative bodies and executive seats so that our families can benefit from the open-minded, productive contributions that women have consistently made in office.
“…Every day. Every election victory. We are helping to put women into office who have the power to put progressive change to work…”
- Ellen R. Malcolm, Founder and Chair
ELECT LEADERS WHO IGNITE CHANGE.
EMILY’s List’s vision is to be a driving force of change in America. By electing more pro-choice Democratic women to national, state and local office, EMILY’s List will consistently infuse our government with leaders who will drive change. Change that truly matters today, tomorrow and forever.
“…EMILY’s List isn’t just about funding elections to get women elected. Our focus is on putting the right pro-choice Democratic women into office who will balance the face of the government, and make decisions that really improve societies across the country…”
- Stephanie Schriock, President
ENGAGE AND BE HEARD.
More than 3 million members. Over 800 election victories. All with a single focus — progressive change that matters.
REJECT APATHY AND THE STATUS QUO. REPEAT DAILY.
EMILY’s List is committed to driving progressive change throughout our country by winning elections that put pro-choice Democratic women into office. We will:
Remember why change matters.
Knowing the people who will most benefit from progressive change is how we will develop candidates and winning campaign strategies. We will continually learn about the people our elected women serve to make sure that progress moves in the right direction to help improve their lives.
Not participate. Lead.
Stand on the frontline and be first to identify opportunities, processes and delivery channels. Be excited by emerging technologies and ideas. Embrace what others anxiously avoid, and be a champion for giving good ideas a shot.
Provoke and instigate.
Combine enthusiasm and strategy to unlock the motivators that convert “change wishers” to “change drivers, ” and provoke people into action.
Be an authority.
Communicate with confidence, rationale and clarity. Answer questions with answers, not more questions, and demand the same in return. Be attentive. Be understood. Understand.
Relentlessly dismiss the comfort zone.
When everyone gets settled and comfy, trouble brews and opportunities are missed. Constantly monitor policy and its usefulness to the people who need it most, knowing that yesterday’s decisions are for just that. Yesterday.