#New Women

Meat industry members create new women’s network

WASHINGTON – A new industry network has been created to educate, develop, promote and retain women working in the meat and poultry industry. The Women’s Meat Industry Network (WMIN) brings together women from entry-level to C-suite in a variety of industry jobs from sales, operations, food safety, academia and management.
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‘RHONY’ Season 14 Cast Revealed: Who Are the Newbies?

There’s been a lot of Real Housewives of New York City drama since the season wrapped. It was rumored that Bravo was trying to bring back Bethenny Frankel and Tinsley Mortimer, and later Heather Thomson put her hat into the ring! Kelly Bensimon also teased her return, saying you’ll never know where she might show up.
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Small town challenge: Mental health of Black women

“Everybody has business they need to unload and spill,” said Erika Frazier. For her, it’s grief, the end of her marriage, the stress of being her parents’ caregivers, and the worry she wasn’t present for her two children during all those events. When Frazier’s mom died last October, she helped prepare the body for burial. Before that final act of love, Frazier had been running a kind of one-family nursing home for decades. When her dad died in 1996, her mother shut down. Frazier began mothering for her mother along with her children.

New Women's Travel Wisdom Symposium To Unite Women Travelers

JourneyWoman, the world’s first women’s solo travel publication and Girls’ Guide to Paris & Beyond, one of the largest women’s-only tour operators, have come together to create the first Women’s Travel Wisdom symposium, expected to be held in person with eighty attendees this October. With...

New ministry to help women of abuse now at Grace Community Church

Receive, Restore, and Rebuild is the goal of a new women’s ministry to help those who have been abused. The Lima Kiwanis Club hearing about “Mending the Soul,” a support group understanding and healing abuse through faith-based programming. Abuse can come in many forms including verbal, emotional, physical, and sexual. The ministry promotes a safe and confidential environment to find a healing path.

Aurora Interfaith Group Offers Local Women's-Only One-Day Pantry

AURORA, IL — Aurora women in need of food, diapers, baby formula and other items will be able to find them at a new women’s pantry that will be offered around the city on Thursdays throughout this year. TheAurora Interfaith Food Pantry will be hosting the one-day women’s...

SeamonWhiteside Introduces New Women’s Initiative Steering Committee

CHARLESTON, S.C. – SeamonWhiteside (SW+), a full-service land design firm throughout the Carolinas, is introducing the six women leading the firm’s new company-wide Women’s Initiative, which was created this year as a step towards helping women succeed in the male-dominated world of Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC). The Steering Committee includes Lia Contursi, Mary Martinich, Jenny Palmer, Frances Yarbrough, Sarah Hamblin and Abigail Richardson.

What Swimming Australia’s Recommendations Will Mean For Female Coaches

Swimming Australia was recommended to follow the example set by World Rugby and the AFLW, which have pushed for more female coaching representation of late. Swimming Australia is looking to make significant changes regarding the experience that women and girls have across all levels of the sport, and that includes coaching.

Southeast Health Aquidneck 10K returns in March, will benefit the Norman Bird Sanctuary

Calling all New-Years resolutionists, and local runners and walkers: the popular Southcoast Health Aquidneck 10K road race will return on March 20th, 2022!. A portion of each registration fee for this event will be donated to the Norman Bird Sanctuary in support of their conservation and environmental efforts. The event is sponsored by Southcoast Health, presented by NPT Healthworks and the Fitzpatrick Team of ReMax Newport, and is produced by Portsmouth-based Gray Matter Marketing.

New Women in STEM Careers Podcast: How to Navigate Change in the STEM Fields

Abbott college intern Ixchelle Hernández Lebrón, who is earning her chemical engineering degree at the University of Puerto Rico, is the latest host on the Shaping the Future of STEM podcast. In episode 6, How to Navigate Change in the STEM Fields, Ixchelle interviews Agnes Ortega, divisional vice president of Global Compliance and Quality Operations at Abbott. Listen as Ixchelle and Agnes discuss navigating a STEM career amid a new culture, the similarities between engineering and art, and leadership lessons for women.

A new interim athletic director: Chuck Rey

Following the departures of Hank Harrawood and Kelley Kish, Chuck Rey is now serving as Winthrop University’s third interim athletic director since August. Rey, who has been the head women’s volleyball coach at Winthrop since 2018, was approved by the Board of Trustees in late November. “The whole...