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20
Nov

Check out career expert Alexia Vernon, Woodhull Alumna and Faculty, as she speaks about Salary Negotiation on New Day Northwest/NBC KING 5:

And click continue to watch Alexia discuss seasonal jobs on Las Vegas’ Wake Up With the Wagners.

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Category : Careers | Community Member Projects and Updates | Media | Blog
10
Nov

RSVP HERE!

Dear Woodhull Community,

You are invited to come celebrate the holidays and the New Year with The Woodhull Institute! Come reconnect, rejoice, and refresh yourself with Woodhull Alumnae from all different retreats! There will be appetizers served and a cash bar available. We’d love to hear how your 2010 has been, and wish you the best for 2011!

Wednesday December 15th | 6:30pm-9:30pm | Mug Lounge 448 East 13th St New York, NY 10009

Cost: $5 (to cover appetizers) *RSVP REQUIRED!*

RSVP HERE!

Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | Events | Blog
9
Nov

Woodhull Board Member Erica Jong wonders about motherhood as a prison for modern women in last Saturday’s Wall Street Journal:

“Unless you’ve been living on another planet, you know that we have endured an orgy of motherphilia for at least the last two decades. Movie stars proudly display their baby bumps, and the shiny magazines at the checkout counter never tire of describing the joys of celebrity parenthood. Bearing and rearing children has come to be seen as life’s greatest good. Never mind that there are now enough abandoned children on the planet to make breeding unnecessary. Professional narcissists like Angelina Jolie and Madonna want their own little replicas in addition to the African and Asian children that they collect to advertise their open-mindedness. Nannies are seldom photographed in these carefully arranged family scenes. We are to assume that all this baby-minding is painless, easy and cheap.”

Read Full Article Here

(Article is available online without a subscription to the WSJ until November 13th, 2010)

Category : Careers | Community Member Projects and Updates | Culture | Media | Women | Blog
8
Nov

Check out this months issue of BUST: the magazine for women with something to get off their chests. With an attitude that is fierce, funny, and proud to be female, BUST provides an uncensored view on the female experience. 

The issue features the following article on public speaking by Woodhull’s Tara Bracco!

Speak Easy: Say it Loud, Say it Proud, With These Speech-Giving Tips by Tara Bracco October/November 2010 BUST Magazine. Read Full Article Here

“If you were asked to give a speech to a roomful of people, could you do it? For lots of women, public speaking is scary stuff. But if you back away from the challenge, you may be missing out on things like impressing your boss with a killer presentation or giving a moving toast at your BFF’s wedding. Anyone can be a good public speaker, even if the thought makes your palms sweat and your heart pound. I know because over the past six years, I’ve traveled across the country with the Woodhull Institute for Ethical Leadership– a non-profit dedicated to professional development for women– teaching hundreds of mic-shy gals how to deliver a speech. The hardest part is saying yes when given the opportunity. ” Continue Reading Full Article Here

Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | Media | Women | Woodhull in the News | Blog
2
Nov

Come join the Veterans Day Parade!

November 11th, 2011

The UWVC (United War Veterans Council) is seeking volunteers for the parade! Click Continue to find out more information. continue

Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | Events | Blog
27
Oct

Tara Bracco, Woodhull Fellow,  co-founded a new non-profit called The Project Solution. The organization recently released this promo video about the organization and the work they are doing. In this video, Tara is joined by co-founder Joe Gonzalez, LOST actor Michael Emerson, and Broadway actor Terrence Mann. Check it out and learn how you can make a difference! More information at www.theprojectsolution.org.

Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | Culture | Blog
26
Oct

Originally posted to NY PIX Morning News Blog on October 26th

Woodhull Alumna and Faculty, Alexia Vernon, appeared on PIX11 Morning News earlier today to speak about her new book “Awaken your CAREERpreneur”

Watch below!


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10
Oct

Dear Woodhull Community,

Now is the perfect time to Donate! Have your $10 donation doubled by JustGive.org for a period of 10 days beginning October 10th to celebrate JustGive.org’s 10 Year Anniversary!

The Woodhull Board has always been committed to not turning away qualified applicants for our programming due to their inability to pay.  But we need your help to continue to provide the training and support that women need to be able to succeed.  We need your help to continue to bring the opinions and voices of women into the public forum.  We need your help to help us improve our interactive community portals.  We need your help to expand our mentorship program.  We need your help to continue to train generations of ethical women leaders regardless of their ability to pay!

Starting Sunday October 10th through October 20th, Please visit

www.justgive.org/10years

and search for “The Woodhull Institute” and click on the Donate Button next to the first result.

A single donation from each donor will qualify for the additional $10 from JustGive. Donations as small as $10 are accepted. Monthly recurring donations will be matched for the first month only.

Please share this link with friends and family,
post to facebook, twitter, and as many places as you’d like!
Let’s take this wonderful opportunity to support Woodhull and help provide scholarships for more women leaders!
Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | Events | Featured | Blog
21
Sep

by Margot Magowan, Woodhull co-founder

Originally posted to her blog ReelGirl on September 20th.

Center for Young Women's Development burns $100,000 check from Craigslist

After coming under fire from women’s organizations such as The Rebecca Project, which successfully pressured law enforcement, Attorney Generals from states across the country finally shut down Craigslist’s adult section. A victory for women and the power of women’s organizations: prostitution and sex trafficking was being advertised on the popular site out in the open as if it were no big deal and perfectly legal. Now its all been shut down! Hurray!

But is Craigslist’s “erotic services” section closing a real victory for women and victims of sex crimes?

No doubt it’s shocking that sex and sex with children was being sold blatantly on the internet– and shocking that no one seemed shocked– letting it all just go on for years like no one cared and it didn’t matter at all except to a few fanatic feminist organizations. Not only was Craigslist perpetuating child abuse and illegal activities, but the company was making 36 million dollars from its adult section.

But is shutting down Craigslist’s adult section really just shooting the messenger?

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Category : Community Member Projects and Updates | Culture | Media | Women | Blog
20
Sep

The Woodhull Institute is proud to suport NOW-NYC for their upcoming event:

Supersexxxed: Porn and Pop Culture

Wednesday, September 29 at 6:30 PM

The National Organization for Women in NYC hosts internationally acclaimed activist, scholar and social critic Gail Dines, author of Pornland: How Porn Has Hijacked Our Sexuality. Whether it’s film, television, music videos or magazine ads – you name it – our visual landscape has been “pornified.” Gail’s perspective on the industrialization of porn, now a $96 billion dollar industry, is not to be missed. Join us for what promises to be an eye-opening conversation on how porn is changing our culture, relationships and sexuality. Please note: this presentation will contain graphic images.

Suggested donation: $5 for NOW-NYC members & students | $15 for non-members
Reserve your seat with an advance online donation at www.nownyc.org or RSVP to 212.627.9895 | contact@nownyc.org
Event Location: 434 West 33rd Street, Penthouse Conference Center & Terrace
Subway: A, C, E to 34th Street

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