Kara Altenbaumer-Price shares how when Hillary Clinton was the Democratic nominee for president in 2016, she got truly excited to witness the possibility of our first female president. “I was all in—giddy even—but when she lost, I was truly crushed. It wasn’t just that the candidate I supported lost, but I felt like I and other women lost the possibility of actually shattering the glass ceiling, whether it be the White House or the boardroom or within our own lives and communities. I remember explaining to my two sons why I cry whenever I hear Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” because it reminded me that I still wasn’t equal to my male peers and likely never would be within my own lifetime. But then, four years later … Kamala Harris. Her election to the vice presidency restored faith for me and gave the courage to lace up my Chuck Taylors and get to work again.”