The Michigan Legislature increased the number of women in the GOP House caucus after the 2020 election cycle, from 16 women, to 17 republican women in the caucus; six are graduates of the Michigan Excellence in Public Service Series.

With the upcoming 2022 election, we will see at a minimum 22 open seats in the state House due to term limits, and a minimum of 7 open seats in the state Senate.   

TODAY is the time to plan for tomorrow.  We invite you to join us for the 2021 Michigan Excellence in Public Service Series.

The Michigan Excellence in Public Service Series is committed to providing leadership training for Republican women who have an interest to serve as elected officials, be appointed to positions at all levels of government as well as those who want to support conservative women in leadership roles in their careers and communities. 

Graduates of the program have gone on to serve in the Michigan Legislature, at the local level, on governor appointed boards, as candidates for elected office, managed campaigns and are working to grow grassroots programs.

Even if you do not have an interest in running for elected office; MEPSS provides opportunities to increase your skills that can be used in several areas of your daily life.  And, if in the future you decide to run, you will find your Michigan Excellence in Public Service Series training to be invaluable in achieving success.

We invite you to take the training today, so you will be prepared for tomorrow.



“The Michigan Excellence in Public Service Series is an important step into the world of politics for any woman who is considering public service.  I wholeheartedly support this program with my time, my conversation, and my money.  Michigan needs more women in leadership!”                                                                         

Beth Griffin, 2013 Graduate

Current State Representative