I am committed to helping recruit, train, and support women candidates for political office. NWPC is a group of women helping women accomplish these goals. I feel women bring a sense of inclusion to politics. Women are much better working in cooperative groups. It is very important to me to get more people motivated to serve in politics, especially young people. It is their future, after all. I am hopeful that in the future we may be able to have forums with young women, maybe some who have run for office, or maybe even got elected. They can speak about what their experiences were like, why they chose to run, what they did campaigning and why. Or what they might do differently next time. We need to be reaching out to young women and getting them motivated.
Karen Grace is a retired California State Foster Ombudsman, an office she created and was appointed to hold from 2000-2015. She has been active in politics since the late 1960s, living first in San Francisco, then moving to Sacramento. She joined the National Women's Political Caucus in 2018 and was previously active in two other Women's Democratic Organizations-- California Women's Campaign and Women Democrats of Sacramento.
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The mission of the Sacramento Chapter of the National Women’s Political Caucus is to increase women’s participation in the political process. We identify, recruit, train and support feminist women for election and appointment to public office at every level of government.
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