With global attention on whether Hillary Clinton (prototype of The Good Wife) will run for president, the timing is right for Monica Lewinsky to hit the speaking circuit. That is, if she frames her message as A Woman All-Grown-Up. Ditch the history, as Tina Brown advised authors in her The New Yorker days. And present the now, including the challenges 21st century females struggle with in developed economies.
In Politico, Liza Mundy jumps on the Lewinsky meme. Here you can read that analysis. This provides Lewinsky with a second chance at carving out a niche which allows her to leverage her past (indirectly). Earlier attempts at career-building were ham-handed. For instance, she seemed to gravite to the beautiful people. They didn't want her. Nothing personal, Monica. They didn't want me either.
Sometimes just working an angle and working hard will get us what we want. Yes, I would be honored to assist Lewinsky with her speeches, articles and opinion-editorials. If The Good Wife runs, the demand for Lewinsky material will surge.