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Join POLITICO’s Anna Palmer on the Women Rule Podcast as she takes you backstage with women bosses for real talk on how they made it and what advice they have for women looking to lead. New episodes every other Wednesday. Women Rule is produced by POLITICO in partnership with our founding partners Google and the Tory Burch Foundation.

Latest Episodes

Does Amy McGrath have what it takes to defeat Mitch McConnell?

She flew 89 combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. She was the first woman in the Marine Corps to fly an F-18 in a combat mission. Now, she’s home in Kentucky, hoping to beat the odds and bring down the most powerful man in the Senate. But to do that, Amy McGrath will need to convince a great many Trump-supporting Kentuckians to cross over and support her, too.

25 MIN1 d ago
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Does Amy McGrath have what it takes to defeat Mitch McConnell?

Is work-life ‘balance’ the wrong way to think about it?: Amy Howe

The president and COO of Ticketmaster North America joins to discuss the “obligation to dissent” that makes her speak up in meetings, what her years as a business consultant taught her about being a boss, and how we might be getting that whole “work-life balance” thing all wrong.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Is work-life ‘balance’ the wrong way to think about it?: Amy Howe

‘An adrenaline addiction with an overdose of patriotism’: MJ Hegar

MJ Hegar doesn’t back down from a fight — whether in combat in Afghanistan, or pushing the Pentagon to revise old sexist rules, or being denied a meeting with her member of Congress, or running for U.S. Senate as a Democrat in deep-red Texas.

26 MINOCT 23
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‘An adrenaline addiction with an overdose of patriotism’: MJ Hegar

Yes, I flipped off a Cabinet member. No, I don’t regret it: Susan Rice

You know her as President Obama's national security adviser and UN ambassador. Here's what might surprise you about Susan Rice: the time Donald Trump hugged her and said she was treated unfairly about Benghazi; or the moment she, as a young Clinton administration official, flipped off Richard Holbrooke; or her time helping lead America's foreign policy despite being a 32-year-old with a baby on her hip; or what it was like having a dad who grew up in segregated South Carolina, and whose daughter was few black kids growing up in Washington DC's most elite schools.

29 MINOCT 9
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Yes, I flipped off a Cabinet member. No, I don’t regret it: Susan Rice

‘Oh, to be young again and know what I know now’: Cindy McCain

A year after the death of her husband, Sen. John McCain, Cindy McCain joins us to talk about the value of civility, her struggle to be taken seriously as a woman in Washington, and the side of her that you probably don't know — ranging from her time as special education teacher working with the children of migrant farmworkers, to the critical role Jill and Joe Biden played at the start of John and Cindy's relationship.

27 MINSEP 25
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‘Oh, to be young again and know what I know now’: Cindy McCain

Get to know your own super power: Jamie Jones Miller

It's an important skill to have. Just ask Jamie Jones Miller. She was a college athlete, then worked as a lobbyist before a career on Capitol Hill, where she rose to become a chief of staff. Her superpower? Knowing how to dominate the space around her. Now, as the top lobbyist for the Defense Department, she has to walk a fine line — being strong and forceful but also empathetic and congenial.

23 MINSEP 11
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Get to know your own super power: Jamie Jones Miller

‘Be yourself, and trust that that’s enough’: Kate Lewis

When you think of a c-suite executive, you probably don’t imagine a smiling, friendly person. Kate Lewis, the chief content officer for Hearst Magazines, wants that to change.

24 MINAUG 28
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‘Be yourself, and trust that that’s enough’: Kate Lewis

What does it take to make you feel like you belong?: Jessica Rodriguez

She started out as an intern and worked her way up to become the president of Univision. Now, Jessica Rodriguez is one of the most powerful Latinas in media. And she wants to help make the c-suite more diverse — which means, in part, making people see their own strengths.

34 MINAUG 14
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What does it take to make you feel like you belong?: Jessica Rodriguez

Foreign policy isn’t just for white men: Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

She was the first woman to lead a diplomatic mission in Saudi Arabia. She was the U.S. ambassador to Malta. Now, she’s trying to open up the diplomatic world to more women and people of color.

26 MINJUL 31
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Foreign policy isn’t just for white men: Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

Why are so few Republican women in Congress?: Rebecca Schuller

In the 2018 elections, the number of GOP women in the House dropped to its lowest number in 25 years. That’s where Rebecca Schuller comes in: Her newly formed super PAC is aimed at increasing the number of Republican women in Congress.

16 MINJUL 17
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Why are so few Republican women in Congress?: Rebecca Schuller

Latest Episodes

Does Amy McGrath have what it takes to defeat Mitch McConnell?

She flew 89 combat missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. She was the first woman in the Marine Corps to fly an F-18 in a combat mission. Now, she’s home in Kentucky, hoping to beat the odds and bring down the most powerful man in the Senate. But to do that, Amy McGrath will need to convince a great many Trump-supporting Kentuckians to cross over and support her, too.

25 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Does Amy McGrath have what it takes to defeat Mitch McConnell?

Is work-life ‘balance’ the wrong way to think about it?: Amy Howe

The president and COO of Ticketmaster North America joins to discuss the “obligation to dissent” that makes her speak up in meetings, what her years as a business consultant taught her about being a boss, and how we might be getting that whole “work-life balance” thing all wrong.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Is work-life ‘balance’ the wrong way to think about it?: Amy Howe

‘An adrenaline addiction with an overdose of patriotism’: MJ Hegar

MJ Hegar doesn’t back down from a fight — whether in combat in Afghanistan, or pushing the Pentagon to revise old sexist rules, or being denied a meeting with her member of Congress, or running for U.S. Senate as a Democrat in deep-red Texas.

26 MINOCT 23
Comments
‘An adrenaline addiction with an overdose of patriotism’: MJ Hegar

Yes, I flipped off a Cabinet member. No, I don’t regret it: Susan Rice

You know her as President Obama's national security adviser and UN ambassador. Here's what might surprise you about Susan Rice: the time Donald Trump hugged her and said she was treated unfairly about Benghazi; or the moment she, as a young Clinton administration official, flipped off Richard Holbrooke; or her time helping lead America's foreign policy despite being a 32-year-old with a baby on her hip; or what it was like having a dad who grew up in segregated South Carolina, and whose daughter was few black kids growing up in Washington DC's most elite schools.

29 MINOCT 9
Comments
Yes, I flipped off a Cabinet member. No, I don’t regret it: Susan Rice

‘Oh, to be young again and know what I know now’: Cindy McCain

A year after the death of her husband, Sen. John McCain, Cindy McCain joins us to talk about the value of civility, her struggle to be taken seriously as a woman in Washington, and the side of her that you probably don't know — ranging from her time as special education teacher working with the children of migrant farmworkers, to the critical role Jill and Joe Biden played at the start of John and Cindy's relationship.

27 MINSEP 25
Comments
‘Oh, to be young again and know what I know now’: Cindy McCain

Get to know your own super power: Jamie Jones Miller

It's an important skill to have. Just ask Jamie Jones Miller. She was a college athlete, then worked as a lobbyist before a career on Capitol Hill, where she rose to become a chief of staff. Her superpower? Knowing how to dominate the space around her. Now, as the top lobbyist for the Defense Department, she has to walk a fine line — being strong and forceful but also empathetic and congenial.

23 MINSEP 11
Comments
Get to know your own super power: Jamie Jones Miller

‘Be yourself, and trust that that’s enough’: Kate Lewis

When you think of a c-suite executive, you probably don’t imagine a smiling, friendly person. Kate Lewis, the chief content officer for Hearst Magazines, wants that to change.

24 MINAUG 28
Comments
‘Be yourself, and trust that that’s enough’: Kate Lewis

What does it take to make you feel like you belong?: Jessica Rodriguez

She started out as an intern and worked her way up to become the president of Univision. Now, Jessica Rodriguez is one of the most powerful Latinas in media. And she wants to help make the c-suite more diverse — which means, in part, making people see their own strengths.

34 MINAUG 14
Comments
What does it take to make you feel like you belong?: Jessica Rodriguez

Foreign policy isn’t just for white men: Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

She was the first woman to lead a diplomatic mission in Saudi Arabia. She was the U.S. ambassador to Malta. Now, she’s trying to open up the diplomatic world to more women and people of color.

26 MINJUL 31
Comments
Foreign policy isn’t just for white men: Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

Why are so few Republican women in Congress?: Rebecca Schuller

In the 2018 elections, the number of GOP women in the House dropped to its lowest number in 25 years. That’s where Rebecca Schuller comes in: Her newly formed super PAC is aimed at increasing the number of Republican women in Congress.

16 MINJUL 17
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Why are so few Republican women in Congress?: Rebecca Schuller
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