Do our leaders reflect the diversity of our people? Insights and analysis on gender and representation in federal positions.

closeup of a young caucasian person outdoors showing a badge patterned with a transgender pride flag, in front of the ocean

Across the political spectrum, men are more likely to support anti-trans sports bills than women.

Companies with women among the top executives outperform their peers. So why is the gender gap in corporate leadership still so large?

TCF Bank Stadium at the University of Minnesota

Pitting men’s teams against women’s teams ignores alternative solutions and undermines gender equity.

White men’s dominance in state legislatures means their support matters for women of color lawmakers.

As women enter politics and assume more high-level positions, they face violent and vitriolic backlash to their political participation on gendered grounds.

As Minnesota and the nation reckon with racial injustice, Black women candidates are poised to speak on behalf of communities that are too often neglected, silenced, and ignored.