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Women’s Leadership & Advocacy
Whether you are promoting women’s leadership or protecting women’s reproductive rights, our Women’s Leadership & Advocacy Practice team can equip you with the nuanced proactive messages that will resonate with the audiences you need to reach. Led by a powerhouse team of some of the most influential women in strategic communications, in the country, SKDK bases its communication strategies on a real-world understanding of what’s at stake. We have extensive experience advocating on behalf of women leaders and candidates, as well as some of the most high profile causes and issues that matter to women.
We can help you manage an issue, providing important insights and messaging guidance from our in-house research team. We can help build a base of support from third parties and influencers. We have helped women run for political office. We know how to train female leaders for media interviews and hearings. We write speeches, opinion pieces and more. We craft social media strategies, pursue speaking opportunities and other recognition. We use all of these as building blocks to develop a woman’s personal brand or visibility for her organization and issue.
The Women’s Leadership and Advocacy Practice is fully integrated into the firm’s public affairs, digital, executive communications and political practice areas. We offer clients experience, research insights, partnerships, and other community-building support that is essential to succeed in a crowded, dynamic media and policy environment.
We know your issues. We understand your challenges. We know how to win.
The firm publishes a bi-monthly newsletter, The 162 Report, to track issues in politics, business and advocacy. The name of the report refers to the 162 million women who inspire our work. To subscribe, contact us or fill out the form below.