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Southern Crescent Women In Business Releases The List of Its 2022 Women in Business Honorees
STOCKBRIDGE, GA- March 29, 2022– Southern Crescent Women In Business has released their 2022 Women in Business Honorees. According to Founder, Ariel Shaw, MBA, these are local women who have made impact in the marketplace across the for-profit and not for profit sectors. The highly anticipated event has congratulatory features from the U. S. Senator Raphael Warnock, U.S. Congressman David Scott, and Business Mogul Kimberly Chapman of Sheen Magazine and Nairobi Products. Keynote Speaker is Georgia Senator Tonya Anderson. The evening’s host is Meredith Lilly, Global Entrepreneur and State Director for the Office of Senator Warnock. The Awards will be presented by Entrepreneur and Speaker Tanisha Bowman.
Break The Love and Tory Sport Host Women's History Month Event
As part of the Miami Tennis Open, numerous tennis pros-- including Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Jessica Pegula, CiCi Bellis, Taylor Townsend and Christina McHale--came together to celebrate Women's History Month.
Women’s HerStory Month winners
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Downtown Brooklyn to celebrate Women's History Month
(Downtown Brooklyn Partnership) (BROOKLYN, N.Y.) Downtown Brooklyn Partnership is celebrating Women's History Month at Albee Square on Saturday with performances, art exhibitions, instructional classes and most importantly, a theme of empowerment.
For Women's History Month, owner & CEO of local construction firm honored for her work
(Finnbarr Webster / Getty Images) (OAKLAND, Calif.) In honor of Women's History Month, the owner and CEO of construction and project management firm AnchorCM is being recognized by a local insurance firm for her work between the county and construction companies.
Embrace the history of women in Colorado at this Denver historical landmark
The Byers-Evans House.(Visit Denver) (DENVER, Colo.) The Byers-Evans house sits a block away from Civic Center Park and a one-minute walk from the Denver Art Museum. Nationally registered as a historical landmark on Aug. 24, 1970, the Byers-Evans House was built in 1883 for the publisher of Rocky Mountain News, William Byers, according toHistory Colorado. Byers sold the two-story house in 1889 to the William Gray Evans family.
Women Still Face Stigma in the Halls of Congress This Women's History Month
Within the halls of Congress, women still Face an uphill battle for legitimacy. Sara Jacobs (D-53) is California's Youngest Congressional RepresentativeSara Jacobs. At 33 years old, Sara Jacobs, a Democrat from the 53rd Congressional district, is California's youngest delegation member, and one of the youngest members in Congress period. This has lead to some interesting assumptions about her time within the chamber.
Quotes To Remember Women's History Month
March is Women's History Month. Since 1991, presidents have proclaimed this month as a time to celebrate contributions and accomplishments made by women throughout the course of American history. ”Women should be celebrated every day, but a month dedicated to female empowerment is extremely special,” shares Molly McCook who was in the series Last Man Standing. “It doesn’t just honor the iconic women who have changed history, but encourages new generations to dream big and know that anything is possible.”
Women's Basketball League Trailblazer Susan Summons Offers a Dose of Inspiration on International Women's Day
Motivational Speaker Susan SummonsMDC Photographer Lubianka Baltodano. Given the current crises of the day, a dose of International Women's Day inspiration couldn't come at a better time. Susan Summons aka 'The Motivational Doc,' offered oodles during her appearance this month on Michael Hootner’s Sports Deli Podcast The Retired Miami Dade College Women's Basketball Coach and Current Motivational Speaker joined Michael aka ‘Hoot’ for an incredible conversation that took them back in time to 1957 Roxbury, Massachusetts, to present-day Miami, Florida.
Let's Celebrate the Women in U.S. History!
March 8th marks a global International Women's Day, but in the US, the entire month of March is marked as Women's History Month. Do you wonder where it all began?. It all began with Abigail Adams, wife of President John Adams. In a letter dated March 31, 1776, she wrote,
Remembering Dorothy Cusick: a Woman Who Did It All
Dorothy Cusick at age 90 in 2007, in front of her childhood home.Bob Donaldson, Post-Gazette. A red brick building stands at the corner of Elizabeth Street and Second Avenue. It used to be the heart of Dorothy Cusick's Hazelwood. She was born Dorothy Ciaramella, daughter of Italian immigrants who settled in the small steel town of Hazelwood.
Films To Celebrate Women’s History Month
March is Women’s History Month and what better way to celebrate than to watch some strong, independent women on screen. Below is a list of just a few movies that pass the Bechdel Test. These films are likely to have viewers feeling empowered for Women’s History Month.