The biggest wave of women elected to government in the history of our nation occurred in the 2018 election. But, as the former chief of staff and vice president of research for EMILY’s List Kate Black says, while a big wave has power, it can’t cause lasting change unless there are more waves to follow. “After 2018, there was a wave of new women coming into all levels of offices,” Black told me in our recent interview for Inflection Point. “And that was so exciting to see. And I think what’s been so great about that wave, that newness, is that it’s really invigorated our politics. You’re seeing women coming into office with young children that are having a voice in policy where they were absent before.” “But when you look at the raw numbers, it’s still not where it needs to be,” she said. “Women are over half of the population in this country, but just barely a quarter of the seats in Congress. Almost half of the states across the country have never had a female governor. And when you look at the mayors and the state legislatures, we’re making improvements there, but we could certainly do more and we need to keep encouraging women to step up and lead...