Issues directly pertaining to Women have always been center in the political spotlight. The Women’s Caucus’ mission is to raise awareness to those issues of women’s rights, wage disparity, international inequality, and the image of women in media and society. The Caucus promotes men and women that run for political office who share democratic views on women empowerment in the local, state, and national level.
The UF College Democrats Women’s Caucus is part of a statewide movement to improve and heighten the awareness of women’s rights on campus, in the community, and through the state as a whole. As a caucus of the UF College Democrats we work alongside one of the most active clubs on campus in promoting women’s values and issues through events, days of action, and a constant presence as the progressive voice of the female population.
2014-2015 Caucus Chairs
Kelsey Landau is a first year political science major with a French and history double minor who is really excited to be the co-chair of the Women’s Caucus this year. She loves the West Wing and Doctor Who, reads way too much, and enjoys listening to music. Her favorite Democrats are Nancy Pelosi and Barbara Lee.
Christine Thomas is a second year Economics and Political Science double major. Her hobbies include watching netflix, reading, listening to NPR and traveling. She recently studied abroad in Salzburg, Austria and backpacked around Europe. Her favorite democrats are Elizabeth Warren and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Find out more about UF College Democrats Women’s Caucus at our Facebook page.
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