We all want young people to succeed in living out their dreams – whether those dreams are to go to college, start a small business, become a company CEO, buy a house, get married or start a family.
Progressives have largely dominated the conversation about politics and public policies with young people, particularly with young women. But it doesn’t have to be that way: Conservative policy reforms would be a boon to young people, including young women.
The Independent Women's Forum and The Network of enlightened Women offers this Working for Young Women Agenda to help young Americans achieve their dreams by creating the conditions that promote a fairer, more dynamic society with greater opportunity and more freedom for people like them.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Former Wage and Hour Division Administrator, U.S. Department of Labor
University of Chicago
The King’s College