For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Dafna Michaelson Jenet speaks with JW magazine about what it’s like to run for office. Jenet is a first-time candidate for the Colorado House of Representatives, District 30.
For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Alexandria, Va. Mayor Allison Silberberg speaks with JW magazine about growing up in a politically engaged family, how she defines public service, and why every vote counts.
JWI Board of Trustees Member Susan W. Turnbull writes about one of her most memorable voting experiences, Election Day 2004.
It's hard to believe that just 100 years ago, women didn’t have the right to vote. In honor of Women’s Equality Day, JW Magazine went to Lorton, Va. to learn about the struggle for suffrage.
On Women’s Equality Day, we honor the memory of Grace Day of St. Joseph, Missouri, who blazed a trail for female lawyers in the state of Missouri.
When you’re a woman who works on the campaign for the first female presidential candidate for a major party, it goes without saying that you’re going to #VoteLikeAGirl. Sara Jacobs, policy advisor for Hillary for America spoke with JW Magazine about why it’s so important to vote.
For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Heritage Foundation Policy Analyst Ana Quintana tells JW Magazine why average Americans should consider foreign policy when casting their ballots.
For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Georgetown University Professor Michele Swers tells JW Magazine what happens when women are elected to office.
The first in our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Rebecca Traister tells JW Magazine about the power of single women voters and why it's so important for young women to make their voices heard.
For our #VoteLikeAGirl series, Political Consultant Nachama Soloveichik tells JW Magazine why she votes and why it's important for others to do so as well.
Environmental projects are infusing Jewish life with new energy and participants with a sense of spirituality and purpose.
Green entrepreneur Lauren Gropper founded a company that makes cups and cutlery from plants.
Resourceful Jewish women—some just out of college—are finding success and fulfillment in the challenging world of startups.
Our spiritual ties to nature date back to Genesis. Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin writes about taking care of the land so the land can always take care of us.
Gloria Feldt talks about her book giving women the tools and insights they need to achieve the parity at home and in the workplace.
If not for Gloria Feldt's call to “fight forward” while she was at the helm of Planned Parenthood, insurance coverage for contraceptives would not be guaranteed.
The Florida congresswoman talks about her upbringing, women’s rights, and more.
Rescuing animals is only the beginning for the women behind these innovative and compassionate programs.
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.
“To use the parts of my body that are as physically capable as anyone else’s, to the best of my abilities, is so empowering.”