Women are being elected to public office in increasing numbers. However, their voices remain largely underrepresented in collections and archives of political communication. For this reason, the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University has created an online archives devoted entirely to women's political speech.
The Archives of Women's Political Communication is made possible through a generous gift from Richard and Mary Jo Stanley of Muscatine, IA.
- Sue Ellspermann
- Sue Ellspermann assumed office as the Lt. Governor of Indiana in January 2013. Ellspermannwas raised in Ferdinand, Indiana, one of six children of Tom and Betty Boeglin. A 1978 graduate of Forest Park High School, she earned a degree in industrial engineering from Purdue University in 1982, and established a career in engineering and management at AC Spark Plug, Michelin and Frito-Lay. In 1986, Ellspermann and her family returned to Evansville, where she founded a consulting business, Ellspermann and Associates, Inc. Her company provided problem solving and strategic planning facilitation and training. As Ellspermann built her practice throughout North America... More