Home » Posts tagged with » women

Circle of Friends | “What the Fifties” Empowers Ventura County Women of a Certain Age to Connect

Circle of Friends | “What the Fifties” Empowers Ventura County Women of a Certain Age to Connect

By Stephanie Dufner, Freelance Writer There is an adage that rings true for many: It becomes more difficult to make friends as you get older. Newbury Park resident DeAnne Cool-Tomasi understands this. The fifty-something-year-old  launched “What the Fifties” (WTF) three years ago to connect women with other women at the midpoint of their lives. “Just […]

Port Leadership Earns Recognition – PBCT Awards for Herrera, Decas

Port Leadership Earns Recognition – PBCT Awards for Herrera, Decas

PORT OF HUENEME, June 22, 2020 – The Port’s longest serving Commissioner Jess Herrera was named recipient of the 2020 Latino Leadership Award by the Pacific Coast Business Times along with CEO & Port Director Kristin Decas named as a Top Woman in Business. “It is an honor to receive this recognition. I want to thank Henry Dubroff […]

Thousand Oaks Moms Helping Poor, Starving Moms Living 10,000 Miles Away in Uganda Start Their Own Businesses

Thousand Oaks Moms Helping Poor, Starving Moms Living 10,000 Miles Away in Uganda Start Their Own Businesses

Thousand Oaks-based The Greater Contribution, a non-profit organization committed to “empowering women to work their way out of poverty” around the world, will host its 13th annual fundraising event from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 9 at the Lundgren Center, 130 Overton Court on the campus of Cal Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks. […]

More Women Donning Hard Hats as a Career: ‘Times Are Changing’

More Women Donning Hard Hats as a Career: ‘Times Are Changing’

KATIE JERKOVICH, Entertainment Reporter   More women in New York City are donning hard hats as a career and one such individual talked about how much she enjoys it. “Times are changing. It’s not just a man’s world anymore,” Tanay Matthews, who works construction with Local 361 union, told CBS2 on Wednesday. (RELATED: Kate Hudson Will Raise Her […]

Commentary | Dynamic Women’s Organization in California

Commentary | Dynamic Women’s Organization in California

    By Twila Le Page-Hughes If you really want to fellowship with a unique organization of possible like-minded patriotic women then you are in for a treat. Many are retired but there are ladies of all ages.  Some chapter have meetings on a Saturday or evening so that women who work can attend.  Men […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: Let’s Hear It For The Girls

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: Let’s Hear It For The Girls

  By L. Neil Smith From the beginning of my activism in the libertarian movement, some 56 years ago, I have expected to hear about some medical breaktrough which would, in effect, render human beings immortal. “You won’t get sick, you won’t get old, and you won’t die.” in the words of the science fiction movie […]

California Is 2017’s 14th Best State for Women’s Equality – WalletHub Study

California Is 2017’s 14th Best State for Women’s Equality – WalletHub Study

With Women’s Equality Day around the corner and the U.S. ranking No. 45 out of 144 countries on the Global Gender Gap Index – falling 17 spots since the previous year – the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Best & Worst States for Women’s Equality. In order to determine where women […]

Habitat for Humanity’s all-women She Nailed It! Competition is back for a second year, with the help of Bank of America

Habitat for Humanity’s all-women She Nailed It! Competition is back for a second year, with the help of Bank of America

As part of National Women Build Week efforts, Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County is hosting the popular She Nailed It! competition once again thanks to the  $20,000 grant from Bank of America. The event features an exciting ladies-only nail hammering competition, where teams of four will compete to see who can hammer home the […]

Ventura College New Media Gallery Exhibition Honors Women’s History Month

Ventura College New Media Gallery Exhibition Honors Women’s History Month

Focus on the Masters Portrait Series by Donna Granata, Ventura College alumni SPARK:  Woman Educators, Innovators and Activists In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Ventura College New Media Gallery is proud to announce Photographic Portraits by Ventura College alumni, Donna Granata, founder of Focus on the Masters (FOTM).  The exhibition SPARK: Woman Educators, Innovators, […]

Cal Lutheran exhibit focuses on clothing Artwork examines issues affecting women, minorities

Cal Lutheran exhibit focuses on clothing  Artwork examines issues affecting women, minorities
Page 1 of 3123