“I try to write parts for women that are as complicated and interesting as women actually are,” wrote the late Nora Ephron. The admired writer and director could have been describing the women we honor this fall as Women to Watch in 5773.
Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson has used her knowledge as a physician and a patient to create products helping women facing breast surgery.
Queen of Versailles director wins Sundance award for the film that she says surprised her and turned out to be “so universal and symbolic.”
This former SNL cast member is now embracing motherhood—but she hasn’t stopped making people laugh.
The largest voluntary professional association’s leader explains why she’s making combating human trafficking the priority of her administration.
The star of the Broadway show Hairspray, which opened 10 years ago this August, is now appearing in a TV Land comedy, Retired at 35.
A Conversation with Great White Way veteran Judy Kaye, who is up for a 2012 Tony Award.
The versatile singer, now a mom, is blogging about babies and creating award winning albums for kids.
In her new book, Gail Simmons charts her rise from Jewish girl from Toronto who loved food to someone who built a stellar career doing what she loved most.
The Shabbat of May 5, 2012, has been designated to raise awareness about the needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing Jews.
Gloria Feldt talks about her book giving women the tools and insights they need to achieve the parity at home and in the workplace.
We salute four Jewish women working to end domestic violence.