About Marie Wilson, Founder and President Emerita, The White House Project & Ms. Foundation for Women
Marie Wilson has created and led women’s organizations for thirty-six years. She is Founder and President Emerita of The White House Project, Co-Creator of Take Our Daughters to Work Day and author of "Closing the Leadership Gap: Why Women Can and Must Help Run the World" (Viking 2004).
In 1998, Wilson founded The White House Project to build a truly representative democracy where women lead alongside men in all spheres. She is an honorary founder of the Ms. Foundation For Women where she was president for nearly two decades.
Wilson has been profiled in The New York Times “Public Lives’” column, O Magazine and has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, National Public Radio and other national programs. Wilson has five children and eleven grandchildren. She resides in New York City.
Interviewed by Tiffany Dufu, Chief Leadership Officer
The Levo League is not the legal successor to the White House Project, which has ceased all operations; that its programs and activities have no connection to the White House Project or its programs.