Stories of the three women who have changed my life
Hillary Clinton

“ … in a democracy, if you want to help the greatest number of
people, you have to push for reform from both the outside-in
and the inside-out.”

This is unbelievably hard — which I keep relearning every day
as I work for disability inclusion in the workplace for adults
with developmental disabilities as a parent advocate. It’s hard
and “slow moving” but, it’s the only way real change can

I’m SO glad that you learned to be a “policy wonk” in your
journey to affect change on an international scale. And, I
hope you’re given the opportunity to carry on the “slow,
hard business of governing” come November.

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