Lift IOWA – Women In The News: 4-6-20
For Linda Meloy, writing a book about the impact the League of Women Voters has had in Iowa during the past century was “like putting together a thousand-piece puzzle with 300 pieces missing and a lot of clouds.” Despite the project’s complexity, the three-year commitment to writing the book turned out to be a saving grace.
As an executive coach and career coach, Jennifer Zach of Cedar Rapids guides her clients to rise above the things that may be holding them back in their lives.
Hollie Trenary said she could be a poster child for all that’s good about Iowa. The Alabama native moved to Iowa 16 years ago. Without knowing a soul in the state, other than her husband, she embraced Iowa and dove right in to her adopted community.
Connie Adams always has liked dogs, but it took an especially bad dog to launch her family business.
Can Dr. Deborah Birx save us from the coronavirus pandemic? That’s the question posed by this in-depth profile, which examines Birx’s data-driven approach to fighting the AIDS crisis, her unique commitment to domesticity, and gendered criticism she has faced.
In Idaho, Gov. Brad Little signed into law two bills that limit the rights of transgender people in the state. Among the legislation is a bill that specifically prevents transgender girls from playing on girls’ and women’s sports teams.