Combatting Radical Feminism: What You Can Do As a Conservative Woman


March 21, 2019 Combatting Radical Feminism: What You Can Do As a Conservative Woman

A Conservative Women's network event in honor of Women's History Month co-hosted by the Clare Boothe Luce Center for Conservative Women.

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Thursday, Mar 21, 2019

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The Heritage Foundation

214 Massachusetts Ave NE
Washington, DC



Kelsey Bolar
Kelsey Bolar is senior news producer at The Daily Signal, where her work includes on-camera interviews, podcasts, documentaries, and investigative reporting. She covers a range of issues including immigration, education, the economy, school safety, and conservative feminism.
Bolar is the co-host of the weekly podcast, "Problematic Women," and is an editor of BRIGHT, a morning newsletter for women, by women. In addition to her work with The Daily Signal, Bolar is a contributor to The Federalist, a visiting fellow with the Independent Women's Forum, and a senior fellow with The Steamboat Institute.
She makes frequent national TV appearances including on Fox Business and Fox News. In 2018, she was a featured speaker at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on the panel, "#UsToo: Left Out by the Left."
Bolar was one of a few Washington-based reporters to shed light on the Justice Department's secretive Operation Choke Point, which critics said put financial pressure on pawn shops, gun stores and other businesses that were out of favor with the Obama administration. Her stories helped spark hearings and legislation in Congress and drew the attention of media across the nation.
Bolar was named senior news producer in March 2016. Before joining The Daily Signal, the multimedia news organization of The Heritage Foundation, as a news producer, she worked at Fox News Channel in New York City. She was a production assistant there before writing and producing videos for Fox News Magazine, a lifestyle website.
Bolar's production background began when she interned for a Connecticut filmmaker at Pyewackitt Productions, LLC, and rose to a senior assistant there. She credits the independent production company with inspiring her passion for putting a face to complicated, policy-based issues.
She graduated from Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., with a self-designed double major in international affairs and film and media in politics.
Bolar, who grew up in Wilton, Conn., currently resides in Washington, D.C., with her husband and her Australian shepherd, Utah. She balances her passion for politics with an affinity for yoga, running a blog called Capital Yoga Girl.
Inez Feltscher Stepman
Inez Feltscher Stepman is a senior policy analyst at the Independent Women's Forum. She has worked in education policy for seven years, and prior to joining IWF was the Director of Education and Workforce Development at the American Legislative Exchange Council. Stepman's research focuses on educational freedom, school choice, and the cultural impact of empowering parents with control over their children's educations.
Stepman is the author of numerous policy papers, including the annually-compiled Report Card on American Education, which ranks the states across six aspects of education policy. Her thoughts on education policy have been published in numerous outlets, such as Washington Examiner, Orange County Register, The Hill, and others, and she frequently testifies as an expert in state legislatures across the country.
She also a senior contributor to The Federalist, where she writes on subjects ranging from feminism to fashion, and the Thursday editor of BRIGHT, a women's daily newsletter. Inez is a proud first-generation American. She holds a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California, San Diego, and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law. She lives with her husband, puggle, and haughty cat Thaddeus Kosciuszko in Washington, D.C.