Happy Friday! This week were back with another installment of Conservative Women Weekly. CWW is a weekly series that celebrates women’s achievements and accomplishments within the conservative movement. Here are four ways conservative women won the week.

Morgan Zegers launches new organization, Young Americans Against Socialism

Zegers first made headlines when she ran for New York State Assembly at the age of 21, proving herself to be a rising star in the Republican Party. This week, Morgan Zegers announced her newest initiative that will be launching next month, Young Americans Against Socialism, in which she is the founder and the CEO. YAAS’s main goal is to help prevent the spread of socialism and to educate young Americans of the danger it brings. This organization will help to make waves among students around the country and will be a fantastic way for youth to get involved. 

Kathy Zhu serves on Women For Trump Coalition Advisory Board

After being stripped from her Miss Michigan title for embracing conservative values and supporting President Trump, Kathy Zhu continued to be a voice for conservative women. Not only did Kathy continue to stick to her beliefs, but she also got offered a job on the Trump campaign. In handling a negative situation with grace and class, Kathy will be serving on the campaign by helping with the Women for Trump Coalition Advisory Board. 

Ivanka Trump raises support for bi-partisan paid parental leave

Not a stranger to CWW, Ivanka Trump continues to make headlines in the news and is always helping to support women around the world. This week, Ivanka raised support for the bipartisan paid parental leave plan that was initiated by Senator Cassidy (R-LA) and Senator Kyrsten (D-AZ). This act has gained a lot of momentum over the week and would give parents more options and flexibility when they have children. 

Martha McSally gives first speech on Senate floor

On Tuesday, Senator Martha McSally (R-AZ) experienced a major career milestone when she delivered her first speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate. During her speech she spoke highly of her home state and her love for it, urged her fellow Senators to act on the current border crisis, and also talked about her time as the first American woman to fly in combat.

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Elise is a Political Science student at Arizona State with dreams to go to law school and be the next Elle Woods. You can find her watching Fox News, online shopping, or drinking an absurd amount coffee while talking about conservative values and Ronald Reagan.