FROM LAST YEAR'S WOMEN 2020: How and When a Woman Will Become U.S. President
About this conference
The second annual WOMEN 2020 will convene the most powerful female leaders in Washington for a series of conversations on the evolving role of women in leadership across all sectors. How are women overcoming gender-related challenges? What impact do they have across the country and around the world? National Journal will explore these critical questions at the second annual conference. Participants will include influential women thriving across a range of areas, from the corridors of Congress to Wall Street and beyond.
About National Journal
Regarded as the most credible, objective, and authoritative voice in the Beltway, National Journal has been Washington’s premier source of nonpartisan insight on politics and policy for more than four decades. A significant re-launch in Fall 2010 enhanced this unparalleled reputation for intelligence and depth with energy, currency, and speed.
National Journal properties include NationalJournal.com, National Journal, National Journal Daily, and National Journal Hotline. A new combined newsroom of reporters fulfills the demands of consumers across the entire news continuum: breaking news, offering instant analysis and vital context, and delivering big picture perspective on the impact of new developments on the future of legislation, public policy, and political outcomes.
In addition to significantly expanding the content on the paid subscriber sites, the re-launch of National Journal also broadened its reach and access to influentials beyond the Beltway with a new free web site featuring compelling content of national interest.
The full spectrum of National Journal’s media properties deliver highly engaged consumers with all of the information and insights that they need to know to conduct business successfully in Washington. National Journal enjoys unparalleled readership loyalty from decision makers and policy influencers. Its publications have become trusted professional resources for Members of Congress and their senior staffs, the Executive branch, federal agency executives, government affairs professionals, corporate and association leaders, and the political news media.