WASHINGTON, DC – Winning For Women (WFW) and the SuperPAC WFW Action Fund (WFW AF) today announced a new slate of leadership, naming Danielle Barrow as Executive Director. Barrow has been with the organizations since day one and previously served as chief of staff. The WFW entities also announced their 2023-2024 boards of directors, a powerhouse lineup that brings diverse leadership experience and backgrounds.
“Danielle has been a valuable part of Winning For Women and WFW Action Fund since the start and I am thrilled she will be serving as the new Executive Director,” said Annie Dickerson, Founder and Chair of Winning For Women and WFW Action Fund. “We have an outstanding new board, comprised of talented leaders who are invested in helping more women succeed. Through our efforts, we have proven that when strong female leaders have a network of support, they can rise to any position. With this team in place, we are primed to make 2024 our best cycle yet.”
“I am proud of what Winning For Women and WFW Action Fund have accomplished so far and look forward to building on our success as Executive Director,” said Danielle Barrow, Executive Director of Winning For Women and WFW Action Fund. “Heading into the cycle, we are ready to defend our women in the House and play a leading role in identifying and advancing more exceptional right-of-center female candidates.”
“The Winning For Women entities have made an impressive dent in getting more right-of-center women seated at the table, and we’re just getting started,” said Ashley Davis, Vice Chair of Winning For Women and WFW Action Fund. “I look forward to growing our impact this cycle by identifying and supporting more qualified female candidates early in the process.”
WFW and WFW AF Board Members Include:
Annie Dickerson, Chair
Ashley Davis, Vice Chair
Leigh Ann Ryan
Sarah May Stern
Winning For Women is the leading issue advocacy organization fighting to advance core conservative principles and values and supporting right-of-center female leaders. WFW Action Fund is the political arm of Winning For Women and is the first SuperPAC dedicated solely to electing Republican women. WFW AF and related groups raised more than $17 million to support GOP women last cycle.