The Washingtonian magazine this month named EJS Board Member Sheila Warren, Chief Executive Officer of the Crypto Council for Innovation, to its “Most Powerful Women in Washington” list of 169 of the most influential women shaping government, business, the arts, education, law, media, and nonprofits.
Sheila is listed under Lobbying, Advocacy, and Think Tanks, along with now U.S. Senator Laphonza Butler (who was EMILYs List President at the time of publication), AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins, and Facebook-parent Meta Chief Privacy Officer Erin Egan.
“From ideas to influence, these women help mold policy for a diverse set of issues,” wrote the magazine. “They hold high-ranking roles at prominent think tanks, lobbying firms, and advocacy groups; manage the relationships between powerful companies and the government; or are at the forefront of movements working to change the way politics operate.”