As the globe moves further in the direction of gender equality, women have assumed leadership roles in countless fields, including leaders of various faith traditions. While some religions have long embraced female leaders, others are slow to move in this direction. That is also true for places of worship in Central Ohio. What roles have […]
On the first anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration, and the first day of the government shutdown, a crowd of an estimated 3,000 Central Ohio residents gathered at the Ohio Convention Center for the Women’s March 2018. Organized by Socialist Alternative and the Women’s March Ohio – Columbus Region, in addition to marching, the sizable crowd […]
Last Thursday, the Columbus Women’s Commission announced a new plan to help close the wage gap across genders and races in Columbus. The new plan, known in full as “The Columbus Commitment: Achieving Pay Equity” already has 60 organizations signed to the voluntary pledge. “We all know that investing in women strengthens the economic backbone of […]
Get psyched. The Annual Conference is here.We’re going all in to make it the best yet: 900 seats for keynotes and main stage Breakout workshops + executive track VIP members-only lounge Happy hours andlunch outings in Short North and Franklinton Swag bags and t-shirts Tickets: https://womenin.digital/annual-conference/.
With the celebrations of Halloween and Día de los Muertos approaching, there is no better local artist to chat with than Tiffany Christopher of Memoire Arts. Christopher has a show of new work, Cuentos (Stories), tonight (October 13) at 400 West Rich in the Northern Gallery. Viewing is from 6-10 p.m., or by private appointment […]
Alexis Wilson has had a distinguished and varied career in dance. She is the daughter of Billy Wilson, a celebrated Broadway choreographer and her mother, who was a prima ballerina. She’s performed classically and commercially all over the world, and she has written and published poetry, a full length musical and a memoir, Not So […]
First Lady Shannon Ginther announced the inaugural class of the Columbus Women’s Commission today. The Commission’s 16 members come from a range of backgrounds, but all will help to fulfill the established goal of advancing women in four areas of life: pay equity, housing and safety, health and nutrition, and workforce development and education. “Women […]