Grace Day has blazed a trail for women lawyers in the state of Missouri.
Thirty years ago, Nina Natelson was appalled to see animals widely mistreated in Israel. She decided it was high time to address the problem—and that has made a world of difference.
Rescuing animals is only the beginning for the women behind these innovative and compassionate programs.
Fewer and fewer campus rapes are being swept under the rug – or beneath the quad – thanks to brave young women and prevention programs that work.
Photos from the past year!
More and more women are discovering that where their careers start may not be where they end up.
Jewish Women International and Hadassah are joining forces to teach women age 50 and beyond about financial literacy.
Money mentor Jill Schlesinger advises women of a certain age need to assess where they stand financially and develop a game plan for their future.
Thoughts on the New Year from Kim Holstein, chair, JWI’s Board of Trustees.
Find a place that ignites your spiritual self, recalibrate your own open heart and breathe deeply. With an open heart, we can accomplish so much in this world.
Recognizing the truth about human trafficking
Suddenly and unhappily, women can be thrust into the role of household financial manager after a lifetime of ignorance.
The word is overused, misused, trivialized and almost trite. Yet innumerable quiet, unheralded heroes live among us.
Women who emigrated from the former Soviet Union are now making a significant mark in the U.S.
A program founded by a N.J. rabbi has sent 152,000 stuffed animals to Israeli children affected by illness or violence.
On May 11, learn about the lives of brave Jewish immigrant moms on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, as well as nine dynamic women who led the way.
A mompreneur from Richmond, Va., has created a clever startup that helps parents keep their children beautifully outfitted without endless shopping trips to the mall.
The world of personal finance journalism wouldn't be what it is today were it not for Sylvia Porter.
Lieutenant Colonel Avital Leibovich is leading the Israeli Army’s efforts to get its message out in the world of social media.
Meet three women who are dedicated to the Women of the Wall and its work to promote religious equality for women in Israel.
Letty Cottin Pogrebin has battled breast cancer and offers unique insight into comforting those who are ill.
The Florrida congresswoman talks about her upbringing, women's rights, and more.
Conference sessions and guest speakers will help participants develop professional and leadership skills.
Jewish entrepreneur Sara Tidhar started her roasted nuts business in her kitchen with no knowledge of business, and her products can now be found in gourmet grocery stores and in the first class section of two airlines.
Program spotlights dating abuse prevention.
What makes a good leader? Jewish Woman magazine brings you our annual answer to that question.
Her legacy of leadership will now inspire and engage new generations of women
Brina Milikowsky, senior policy adviser and counsel in NYC Office of the Mayor, explains
Handbag designer is known for her small, ornamental cases.
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.