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Women in Numbers (WIN) is a nonpartisan organization established to engage, encourage and endorse qualified women to be elected to public office. 

After the 1991 Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings in which Anita Hill testified in front of an all-male committee, WIN's founders realized they needed to raise money to elect women and change the agenda. Since its founding in 1992, WIN has become a growing force by endorsing more than 150 candidates and contributing to their campaigns. WIN relies upon membership, fundraising events and sponsors to make this possible. 

Beyond financial contributions, WIN hosts educational forums to give women the guidance and tools they need to engage in the political process and run a viable campaign. Similarly, in 2012, WIN launched the WIN Salon Series to engage the community and foster conversation among civic-minded individuals.
Rachel Thomas, President
Elke Ridenour, Past President
Rachael Babcock
Dee Davis
Rose Davis
Nan George
Brittainy Jones
Mercedes Jones
Teresa Kingery
Lauren Lucas
Brittany Pride
Danielle Spence
Francine Tate
Carey Whitworth

Hattie DeWalt, Executive Director
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Elizabeth Conn, Director
Allison Cowan-Sites, Director-elect
Menan Assefa
Shayla Black
Anna Catherine Davenport
Emily Gammell
Michelle Gaskin
Lauren Janicak
Rebecca Lofty
Daniela Medina
Mary Cypress Metz
Rachel Treadwell
Lacie Simonton
Kathleen Varallo
Margaret Behm
Sharon Bell 
Anne Brandt 
Angella Current 
Marian Harrison 
Janet Jernigan 
Pat Post 
Nancy Ransom
Jan Rosemergy 
May W. Shayne 
Susan W. Simons 
Judy Smith 
Mimi Wallace 
Gay Welch 
Susan Wiltshire 
Training Day 2014 "Getting Elected"