Sandra Moran is a member of the Congress of the Republic of Guatemala and represents the Convergencia CPO-CRD Party. Sandra was elected in September 2015, and her policy priorities are human rights for marginalized groups such as women, LGBT, indigenous peoples, children, adolescents, and the elderly.
March is Women’s History Month, and we’re celebrating with a special podcast feature, produced in partnership with our friends at the Diplomatic Courier. In this 5-part feature, I talk to international women leaders who ran for office, and are working to change their communities through public service. These women were brought to Washington, DC to be honored at an International Women’s Day celebration by the Women’s Democracy Network, a multi-partisan initiative of the International Republican Institute that works to increase women’s political participation, leadership, and representation in elected office in every region of the world. I sat down with these women leaders at the National Press Club to discuss their vision for their countries.
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