Greenwich Pen Women Announce New Executive Board Slate

Greenwich Pen Women — a not-for-profit organization for women professionals in writing, art and music composition — announced a new slate of executive board members for 2022 through 2024.

Greenwich Pen Women president Leigh Grant and vice president Diane Tunick Morello. Contributed photo

Serving as the new president is Leigh Grant, a member of Greenwich Pen Women’s Letters discipline, and serving as the new vice president is Diane Tunick Morello, also a member of Greenwich Pen Women’s Letters discipline. Rounding out the executive board are Barbara Ehrentreu, recording secretary; Barbara O’Shea, corresponding secretary; Heather Sandifer, membership treasurer; and Kathryn Shorts, treasurer.

Greenwich Pen Women, launched in 1990, has deep roots in Greenwich and surrounding areas. Its membership base includes more than 70 women, all practicing writers, artists and composers. Through critiques, open mic nights, book discussions and educational programs, members share works in progress, exchange ideas, bolster their skills and inspire creativity. The new slate of executive board members aims to strengthen Greenwich Pen Women’s community impact, broaden and increase members’ records of achievement and bring new members into the organization.

Women professionals interested in becoming members must apply and qualify for letters, arts and composer disciplines.

Greenwich Pen Women, a branch of the National League of American Pen Women, is a not-for-profit regional organization of professional women writers, artists and composers. Women interested in becoming members or in learning about member accomplishments can visit