In 2019, Cecile Richards, Ai-jen Poo, and Alicia Garza partnered with trailblazing activists Deirdre Schifeling, Jess Morales Rocketto, and Katherine Grainger and launched Supermajority Ed Fund, a sister organization to Supermajority dedicated to helping build women’s power through research, education, and leadership development programs that support women in growing their innate skills.
Since its launch, Ed Fund has reached millions of women and created our Majority Rules, a values-based agenda and vision for the future informed by conversations with women across the United States. In our community, women come face-to-face with the leaders of today and train to be the leaders of tomorrow. Through original content and cutting-edge research, we make sure women and the organizations that reach them have the most up-to-date information on issues and topics they care about so that they can share with their friends, family, and networks, and take action on these issues.
We are already powerful, but we are more powerful together. That’s why Supermajority Ed Fund gives women the community, resources, and tools to make change together.