At the Democratic National Committee, I serve as a voice for women's rights, grassroots politics, electing Democrats and defending our Democracy.
As we build back better from COVID, we must acknowledge its emotional and economic toll on women, especially essential workers in BIPOC communities, and address systemic racism and institutional sexism in order to move from pandemic and recession into recovery and healing.
As a mom, I think parenthood is an implicit promise to make the world more safe, free and equal for our children. It is vital now, more than ever, for Democrats to nurture a society where everyone's child can reach their full human potential.
Attorney, Author, and Advocate
Attorney, author, and advocate Christine Pelosi has a lifetime of grassroots organizing and public policy experience. A volunteer in politics since the stroller, Christine holds a JD from University of California Hastings College of the Law and a BSFS from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. She has served as prosecutor in San Francisco, special counsel in the Clinton-Gore administration, and chief of staff on Capitol Hill. Cofounder and Counsel for We Said Enough, Christine is an elected member on the executive committees of the California Democratic Party, the National Federation of Democratic Women, and the Democratic National Committee, where she cofounded the DNC Veterans and Military Families Council and sits on the Credentials Committee.
Pelosi is the author of Campaign Boot Camp, Campaign Boot Camp 2.0, and the Amazon bestseller The Nancy Pelosi Way. She has traveled to 41 states and 4 foreign countries conducting “call to service” trainings to thousands of leaders. A proud public school mom, Christine resides in San Francisco, California with her husband, Emmy-nominated filmmaker Peter Kaufman, and their daughter Isabella. You can follow her on twitter: @sfpelosi.
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