Outspoken: A COPH Podcast
Episode Three: The 2016 Election in Historical Perspective
In Episode Three: The 2016 Election in Historical Perspective, Dr. Benjamin Cawthra sits down with COPH director Dr. Natalie Fousekis for a free flowing conservation discussing the historical context of the 2016 election. Later in the episode, Natalie Navar, COPH archivist plays clips from Dr. Kimberly Salter, Michelle Martinez, Dr. Sue Savary, Anita Torres, Marilee Scaff, Marisol Rivera, and Cathy Unger. These women each describe different leadership styles they've experienced while involved in politics.
Out of the Archive COPH Narrators
Dr. Kimberly Salter
Dr. Kimberly Salter pictured on the left, is the co-president of Orange County NOW- the National Organization for Women Foundation. OC NOW is a nonprofit organization dedicated to achieving full equality for women through education and litigation.
Michele Martinez is a city councilwoman for the city of Santa Ana. She is the current candidate for the Orange County Board of Supervisors. She was recently elected as President of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) and is an alumni of California State University, Fullerton.