Gina Glantz




Serial organizer/shit stirrer/campaign tech innovator/grandmother. Founder, GenderAvenger, non-profit dedicated to ensuring women are always part of the public dialog because women’s voices count. First political campaign managed: 1974 surprise win by Democrat against longest serving Republican in the House. Last one: not-so-surprising defeat of Bill Bradley by Al Gore for the Democratic presidential nomination. Founded Martin&Glantz, specializing in grassroots organizing and communications strategies. Stint as Senior Advisor to Andy Stern, President, Service Employees International Union. Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics Fellow and Shorenstein Center Adjunct Lecturer.  Op-ed contributor on gender representation, Fast Company, USA Today, and Washington Post.

Past chair, Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Current Board Member Demos, Oxfam-America and TurboVote.

Who am I? Check out Gina's talk at Personal Democracy Forum.