Women’s eNews begins a new investigative series on women and the environment today supported by a grant of $15,000 from The Woodtiger Fund. - November 22, 2012
Women's eNews writer Molly Ginty and editors Corinna Barnard and Rita Henley Jensen have received the Casey Award for Meritorious Journalism in the category of Single Article: Under 200,000 circulation for the report "Infant Formula Companies Milk US Food Program."
The report, which was funded... - June 30, 2012
Reporters, Soledad O’Brien and Stacey Tisdale and Activist and Playwright, Eve Ensler will act as the roving reporters handing out awards at the Women’s eNews 21 leaders for the 21st Century Gala, 2012 to be held on May 3. - March 30, 2012
Women’s eNews and Global Press Institute are launching a one day gender justice and technology training event on Thursday, June 16 with the support of GoogleServe, the volunteer arm of Google, to empower women from the global diaspora living in New York.
Google New York volunteers will join Women’s... - May 20, 2011
Opening the Way is a walking tour celebrating women's history in downtown Manhattan. It is a multifaceted new project developed by the award-winning nonprofit organization Women's eNews. - March 05, 2011
Women’s eNews has received a $3,000 grant from The Board of the Fund for Investigative Journalism to support research into causes of maternal mortality amongst women of color in New York City. - January 29, 2011
20 women and one man are honored for their work in improving the lives of women and girls. - January 14, 2011
National Association for Female Executive honors Rita Henley Jensen as Social Media Star. - November 13, 2010
Women’s eNews and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) present “Drawing the Line: Sex and Consent - A Conversation about the Language of Rape.”
In the U.S., 1 in 6 women report being raped in their lifetime and the rising awareness of untested rape kits in some states... - October 21, 2010
Women’s eNews has released, with her permission, a video of recently freed U.S. hiker Sarah Shourd talking candidly at a private luncheon held in her honor.
Sarah Shourd returned to the U.S. on Sept. 19 after 14 months in an Iranian prison, accused of spying. She spoke candidly about her experience... - October 08, 2010
A new walking tour celebrates women's history in downtown Manhattan. - September 23, 2010
NWPC honors Women's eNews' report on the status of women in the U.S. - September 17, 2010
On August 26th, Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and Rita Henley Jensen, Women's eNews Editor in Chief, encourage the commemoration of the women who fought for the right to vote 90 years ago.
To honor Women's Equality Day Women's eNews will publish a special commentary written... - August 26, 2010
Women’s eNews has today launched the nomination process for the 10th annual 21 Leaders for the 21st Century. Over a 3-month period Women’s eNews will receive a catalog of the women and men who work hard to improve the lives of women worldwide and it’s important to make sure young women... - July 24, 2010
Today Women’s eNews, an Internet-based daily news service, announces the 14 women and one man named a Women’s eNews Philadelphia Leader 2010, proving that brotherly love is not the only thing the city has to boast about.
Women’s eNews has handpicked these leaders who work to improve... - July 16, 2010
Women’s eNews, a daily Internet-based news service, has been awarded a $200,000 grant to continue investigative journalism to increase the understanding of issues related to healthy birth outcomes and infant mortality disparities in African American communities.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant... - May 18, 2010
Women’s eNews celebrated its ninth annual gala honoring the commitments and achievements 21 people have bettered the lives of women and girls. This year’s honorees spoke of the continuing need for women’s stories to be told through Women’s eNews and other news media. - May 12, 2010
On May 6th Women’s eNews will honor twenty women and one man for the passion they have shown and the results they have earned working to improve the lives of women and girls worldwide. The gala, held at Essex House, Manhattan and emceed by President and CEO of the Paley Media Center Pat Mitchell, continues Women’s eNews’ 7 year tradition of highlighting the work of women who are making a difference in the world and sharing their stories. - May 05, 2010
Women's eNews announced today that Pat Mitchell, president and CEO of The Paley Media Center and former president and CEO of PBS, will be the master of ceremonies for the Women's eNews 21 Leaders for the 21st Century gala, May 6 in New York City.
Loreen Arbus, president of the Arbus Productions Inc.;... - April 16, 2010
You have read the headlines. Now hear the leading expert on the groundbreaking research into the causes of the high maternal and infant mortality rates in the U.S. Women's eNews Black Maternal Health Project, Wednesday April 28th, is now inviting select members of the media to a briefing on the crucial steps needed to be taken to save the lives of our mother and infants. - April 16, 2010