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Words Are Power. Remembering Queen Elizabeth II.


As I watched the Evening Prayer Service from St Paul's Cathedral, I was overcome with nostalgia. The announcement of the death of Queen Elizabeth II had echoed around the world. During her 70-year reign as leader of the British Commonwealth, she had dismantled many of the myths about women as leaders. In addition to her royal duties, Elizabeth was ...

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HOLA: HOLA New Jersey Expo & Conference 2022


The New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneur Awards honor immigrant business leaders and highlight their social and economic contributions to New Jersey communities. The NJ Business Immigration Coalition will honor the winners of the 9th Annual New Jersey Immigrant Entrepreneurs awards on September 21, 2022, 4pm-7pm, at Maritime Parc in Liberty State Park...

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The Power of Words – “The Followers” by Radhia Gleis


Words matter. Humans use words to communicate. Words, as well as actions, communicate. Words often have more than one meaning. What is a patriot? The answer depends on whom you ask. For some, invading the U.S. Capital building illustrates that they are patriots. For others, defending the Constitution, the rule of law and democracy, illustrates that...

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The Importance of Voting. Alice Paul Institute Programs.


Voting is a right that should not be taken for granted. As citizens of the United States, the right to vote gives us a say in who represents us on the federal and state level. While voting allows each individual to have their voices heard, this was not always the case. Until the year 1920, women did not have the right to vote. Alice Paul, born in 1...

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Workplace. An interview with Celeste R. Warren.


Many improvements can and must be made in the workplace to ensure a viable, more welcoming work culture. The workforce will continue to become more and more diverse, only further stressing the need for equity and inclusivity. Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) expert Celeste R. Warren spoke with the Garden State Woman Education Foundation on th...

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Debbie Walsh, Director of CAWP, Speaks on the Political Climate.


Today's political climate radiates negativity and disorder. Voting, having our voices heard, and remaining strong is so important during such chaotic times. The Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) is a unit of the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and is a leading source of scholarly research a...

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CFO Beth Fylstra of SOPAC and the Upcoming 2022-2023 Season


The South Orange Performing Arts Center (SOPAC) has announced their 2022-2023 season and all of the exciting acts to come. After two and a half years of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic and Hurricane Ida remediation, SOPAC has reopened their performance halls, which have been revamped with a new stage and orchestra pit and a freshly remodeled i...

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Interview with Best-Selling Author Nora D’Ecclesis. “Zen Rohatsu” is the Path to Equanimity.


Being stressed and anxious, feelings many can relate to, can be taxing and put a damper on one's motivation and happiness. But there is an answer to dealing with life's stressors, and that is by cultivating a mindfulness practice. The Garden State Woman Education Foundation (GSWEF) spoke with best-selling author, Nora D'Ecclesis, about her new book...

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Summer 2022 Events by Centenary Stage Company and Alice Paul Institute


Centenary Stage Company's Young Audience Series announces their Summer Festival of Shows which will run from August 5-14 in the Little Theatre located at 400 Jefferson St, Hackettstown, NJ. Shows include I Do! I Do! I Do! I Do!, A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking, and Two for Four. I Do! I Do! I Do! I Do! is a musical about soul mates nav...

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Interview with Mary Dixon Lebeau, Author of “Secret Jersey Shore: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure”


Mary Dixon Lebeau, a freelance writer and former reporter and newspaper columnist, is deeply connected with New Jersey's oceanside. The Jersey Shore is the place where her parents met and where she herself was raised. Her experiences, memories, and love for her childhood home has led Lebeau to share its unique and little-known wonders with others i...

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The Landscape of Life Post-Roe v. Wade with The Femtech Lawyer


A major decision was made by the United States Supreme Court on June 24, 2022. One that marks a very significant and historical event that drastically impacts the rights and lives of women. The overturning of Roe v. Wade has caused not only conflict concerning women's rights, but serious changes to the healthcare system and medical research. T...

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The Community Chest of Eastern Bergen County Names Franci Steinberg as President of the Board of Managers


The Community Chest of Eastern Bergen County recently announced Franci Steinberg as the new president of the Board of Managers. Steinberg previously served as vice president and has been a member of the Community Chest's Board of Managers since 2014, as well as a member of the Executive Committee since 2018. Franci Steinberg holds notable accomplis...

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Creative Ways to Spend the Summer


Beaming heat in the afternoons and tranquil breezes in the evening. The sun remains, lingering in the sky past 5pm. Summer is finally here, providing us a few months of rest and relaxation after a long school year. Now that we have some extra time on our hands, there are endless ways we can spend it productively while having some fun. Relaxing, spe...

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Women's Health - Who is in Charge?


As we celebrate our national holiday, Independence Day, many women are confused. We have been taught that we are responsible for our health and hygiene, yet laws are being enacted that are detrimental to women's health. It seems that five people on the Supreme Court have taken responsibility for women's health. Ironically four of them are men....

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The Flag - Why it Matters


Why are symbols important? They are visible forms of an idea. In business we recognize logos and trademarks. In the Christian religion it is the Cross. These are common examples of symbols. They are easily identified and understood. The Stars and Stripes as a symbol is more complicated. Its meaning as a symbol may vary depending upon...

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Isabel Y. Lin - Zonta 2022 Young Women in Public Affairs Recipient


The Zonta Club of Morris Town will honor Isabel Y. Lin as the 2022 Young Women in Public Affairs Recipient.  The event will take place at 6:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday, June 28, 2022 at Florham Park, New Jersey.  For further details, ticket information, and to RSVP click here:  https://zontamorristown.com/e...

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Tips on the College Decision-Making Process


The Garden State Woman Education Foundation (GSWEF) was able to speak with Danny Ruderman, America's leading college counselor. We had a few questions and received great advice on the college decision-making process. How do you define a "good college"? Danny defines a "good college" as one in which a student can thrive, not just academically, but p...

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John Hall (Jack) Killion 1937 - 2021

Jack Killion, Founder of Street-Smart Entrepreneurs, was passionate about education and life-long learning. Holding a degree in mechanical engineering from Yale University and a Master of Science degree in Industrial Management from MIT, for more than twenty years he interviewed candidates applying to MIT, hoping to find an opportunity to...

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Rosanna Imbriano, the Founder and Executive Director of Sempre Avanti, Inc.


A source of empowerment for women and Italians, and leading as an entrepreneurial businesswoman, Rosanna Imbriano began her non-profit organization, Sempre Avanti, with the primary goal of supporting the Italian community. Imbriano was born in Italy and used her pride and admiration for her country and culture to build a platform where Italian indi...

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A Solid Plan for a Solid Future. The Importance of Young Girls Taking Charge of Their Life.

A Solid Plan for a Solid Future. The Importance of Young Girls Taking Charge of Their Life.

The Garden State Woman Education Foundation (GSWEF) is an organization that pushes and aids young women to take charge of their futures. We see the significance of young girls taking control from an early age. By providing a platform for young girls to learn, plan, and think about their future careers and life goals, GSWEF supports and encourages young woman to be independent and successful achievers. Since 1998, GSWEF has catered to women with services aimed to support women in business, finance, and health. To further help young women thrive in life beyond school, GSWEF provides them with sensible information and advice, hosts career-related events, and provides academic scholarships that will aid them in their journey to success.

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