The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Marianne Schnall Visits Dartmouth to Discuss "What Will It Take to Make a Woman President?" on 1/28/14 @ 6:00 pm

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Marianne Schnall, a widely published writer and interviewed featured on numerous media outlets, is visiting Hanover to engage the Dartmouth community in a conversation about gender dynamics, American politics and barrier to high-level public sector positions for women. Marianne will share anecdotes and excerpts from her most recent book, What Will It Take to Make A Woman President? Conversations about Women, Leadership and Power, and engage in discussion with Dartmouth faculty, students, community members and staff.

Schnall explores the changing paradigms occurring in politics and in our culture with the hope of encouraging women and girls to be leaders in their lives, their communities, and the larger world. She hopes to move toward meaningful and effective solutions—and a world where a woman can be president.

Schnall graduated Cornell University in 1989 with a B.A. in English and is the founder and Executive Director of, a leading women’s website and nonprofit organization. For over fifteen years, has been fostering awareness, education, and activism for people all across the world. She is the author of Daring to Be Ourselves: Influential Women Share Insights on Courage, Happiness and Finding Your Own Voice. 

Dinner will be served and books will be provided free for the first 50 student guests! This event is organized by Link Up and cosponsored by SPEC, the Rockefeller Center and the CGSE. 

Please join us on January 28th at 6:00 pm for Marianne Schnall's presentation in Collis Commonground. For more information, please click here.

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences