Who is Her Term?
Her Term is a collaboration of women and allies who are passionate about the character and impact
of female leadership. Their experience across the political spectrum makes them uniquely equipped to recognize potential leaders, find the right role to match their capabilities, and provide them with the resources to run for office—and win.
Founder and President
A former political consultant, corporate executive and Clinton administration appointee, Jina combined her lifelong interest in women's leadership and love of politics to found Her Term. Part of the White House team that started AmeriCorps, she has a strong appreciation for community involvement and serves on four boards focused on women and children. Jina attended the University of Utah for her undergraduate degree, followed by an MBA at the University of Michigan.
Newly elected to the Georgia State House of Representatives, Renitta is an active community organizer and leader with 9 to 5 Working Women, the Fight for $15 campaign and previous Executive VP of National Organization for Women. Since college, she has excelled in business development in Financial Services, Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices.
Han's interest in politics developed during the 2016 election and has grown ever since. She has been actively advocating on a local level, including organizing an Indivisible group in Decatur. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Global Village Project. Her professional experience is in business strategy and sales, and she now consults on strategic projects with start-ups and social enterprises. Han earned her B.A. in Russian Language & Literature from Wellesley College and her J.D. from the University of Minnesota Law School.
Jenny Dorris White began her political career as an organizer for Kay Hagan's 2008 Senate campaign, served as campaign manager for Jane Whilden's NC State House campaign, and worked in development, candidate recruitment and training at Lillian’s List. Jenny most recently served as Finance Director for the Democratic Party of Georgia and currently holds a development role within the non-profit sector.
Pinney Allen, Attorney
Kali Beyah, Managing Director, Delta Air Lines
Stephanie Davis, Activist and Consultant
Kristine DeBry, Chief of Staff and Senior Counsel, Public Knowledge
Rebecca DeHart, Executive Director, Democratic Party of Georgia
Gail Evans, Former CNN Executive and Best-Selling Author
Jennifer Frenzel, Analyst, Strategist and Activist
Laura Gassner Otting, Author, Speaker and Civic Catalyst
Ranjan Goswami, Vice President, Delta Air Lines
Mary Hughes, Political Strategist and President, Hughes & Company
Cynthia Richie Terrell, Director, Representation2020
Adrienne White, VP of Finance, Center for Civil and Human Rights