September 1st, 2018
WORDS TO LIVE BY…
“What is fundamentally beautiful is compassion for yourself and those around you. That kind of beauty inflames the heart and enchants the soul.”
Women Who… COACH FOOTBALL
Chenell Tillman-Brooks, left, and Callie Brownson will be full members of the coaching staff for the first two weeks of preseason camp.
Women Who… FACE SEXISM
White women born in parts of the United States where sexist attitudes are more prevalent grow up to earn less and to work less than women born elsewhere, relative to men born in those same states, new economic research shows.
Women Who… RUN FOR OFFICE
The majority leaders in both chambers of the Oregon Legislature are women. Jennifer Williamson, the woman who leads the Democrats in the state House of Representatives, campaigned in Portland last week.
Women Who… CHANGE HISTORY
Ruby Hernandez on Aug. 28 became the first female chief deputy in the more than 350-year history of the Baltimore County Sheriff’s Office.
Women Who… WIN THE BREAD
As of 2015, approximately 64 percent of women were acting as breadwinners or co-breadwinners in their families, according to a study from the Center for American Progress. Of those women, 37 percent are married and out-earning their husbands, while single mothers make up the remaining 63 percent.