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(32) Interview with Rhiannon Childs





"A leader isn’t afraid to admit when she’s made a mistake… "

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Rhiannon Childs accompanied a historic feat. On January 15th, as Co-Chair for the Women's March on Washington Ohio Chapter, she organized a statewide women's march where approximately 3000 people participated in Columbus, Ohio. One week later, she helped mobilize over 5000 Ohioans for the Women’s March in DC. 
As a stakeholder of the Women’s March on Washington, Childs sanctions its founding principles which ensure the inclusion of every race, gender, and those within marginalized communities. In a Lean In Ohio Interview, she explains how her personal experiences working in corporate America compelled her to Lean In as a Community Organizer. 



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