From bomb businesswomen to community cultivators and activists, we want to highlight all the Long Island women who are doing great things. Today we’re focusing on Carolyn Miles. As a single mother in the 90’s, Carolyn needed an additional source of income to sustain herself, her household and support her two beautiful daughters. She has
There are plenty of female bosses on Long Island that deserve to be recognized this Women’s History Month and today we’re featuring Portia Ingram. Portia secured her bachelors in communication sciences and disorders from Temple University and a masters in disability studies from the CUNY School of Professional Studies. She used her education to contribute
The federal government has given Northwell Health the okay to start using a new testing method for COVID according to WCBS 880. The test will be conducted at a 100,000-square-foot facility in Lake Success and is said to be a semi-automatic test as opposed to a strictly by-hand process. According to the Lab’s Executive Director
Holi is a traditional Hindu holiday created to celebrate the coming of spring and the triumph of good over evil. The festival of colors in which people throw colorful powder and water on each other originated in India, but now people partake in it all over the world including here. The holiday typically lasts from
For Women’s History Month it’s important to acknowledge the women in our local communities doing the work that needs to be done. We putting the spotlight on Shanequa Levin. Shanequa is the founder and CEO of the Women’s Diversity Network (WDN), which connects women of different backgrounds to create positive changes through unified sisterhood. She
For Women’s History Month, we want to focus on Long Island women doing great things in the community and abroad. This time we’re highlighting Wolftyla. She flexed her social media skills and gained prominence as a social media sensation, when she started posting comedic videos on Vine. She also created a channel on YouTube and
For Women’s History Month, highlighting dope women in the Long Island community. Let’s give it up for Retha Fernandez. Retha worked her way up to executive director in business relationship management. She was responsible for providing technology services and solutions to a portfolio of brands within Estee Lauder. As a community activist, she was the
Women of different backgrounds came from all over New York to converse, promote and support one another during The Queen Sessions‘ Queen Support Queens Pop-Up Shop and Brunch in Brentwood. “Long Island, I found out doesn’t have spaces like this where women of color are connecting,” said Autumn Myers who is the founder of The
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re putting a spotlight on women who are making moves and holding it down for the Long Island community. Today we’re highlighting Anila Midha. Anila is a physician and has been a trailblazer in introducing Indian high-end fashion to American audiences representing well-known, respected Indian designers in the U.S.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re acknowledging Long Island women making a difference. We’re now highlighting Jacqueline Gordon. Jackie is a Jamaican-born Queens-raised educator, combat veteran, community leader and mother of two. She enlisted in the Army and served for 29 years. She served overseas as a platoon leader in Germany during Desert Storm,
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