Lift IOWA – Women In The News: 1-20-20
Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller has appointed Jennifer Easler as consumer advocate for regulated utility issues. Easler, whose appointment is subject to confirmation by the Iowa Senate, replaces Mark Schuling, who retired Jan. 10.
Kristin Roberts, the new president and CEO of United Way East Central Iowa, is looking at new strategies in fundraising and at mobilizing younger generations of volunteers.
Women whose leadership has made a difference at Iowa State University were honored by the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at a Jan. 14 celebration commemorating their appearance on this year’s Women Impacting ISU calendar.
Author Marianne Williamson ended her 2020 presidential campaign Jan. 10 after failing to gain traction in a crowded Democratic field.
Pope Francis has announced that he is appointing a woman for the first time to a managerial role in the Secretariat of State, one of the most important departments in the Vatican.
What cities are the most livable for black women? This fascinating research ranks metro areas based on inequalities for black women in income status, health conditions and education.
WNBA athletes have a groundbreaking proposed new contract, allowing players to earn up to $500,000 — triple their current limit — and providing benefits like maternity leave, a child care stipend and space in arenas for nursing mothers.
Nominations for the 92nd annual Academy Awards were out last week, and if you were hoping for a woman to finally receive a director nod: better luck next year.