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YWCA Greenwich Announces Honorees of Women Who Inspire Awards

Honorees were Stephanie Cowie, Board Member, American Red Cross Metro North Chapter; Janice Trebbi Richards, Board Member, River House Adult Day Care; Stephanie Schnabel, Principal and Head of Corporate Development, KPMG LLP; and Dr. Katherine Vadasdi, Orthopedic Surgeon, Sports Medicine, ONS Greenwich. Continue Reading →

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Gretchen Carlson Shares Timely Talk on Sexual Harassment at Women Who Matter Luncheon

Jen Graziano and Gretchen Carlson

At the Greenwich Chamber of Commerce Women Who Matter luncheon, Gretchen Carlson spoke out about her experience of workplace sexual harassment. She advocated for bystanders and enablers to become allies, and talked about proposed legislation to restrict forced arbitration agreements in employment contracts, which, she said deprive employees a public jury trial and are conducted in secret. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: Ten Outstanding Women Honored at Greenwich YWCA’s 2017 Spirit of Greenwich Awards

The 2017 Spirit of Greenwich honorees are Kim Augustine, Jenny Adams Baldock, Vicki Craver, Cathy Dann, Laura Holland Geffs, Eileen Grasso, Lynn VK Hagerbrant, Wendy Stapleton Reyes, Heidi Brake Smith, and Jill Weiner. Continue Reading →

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PHOTOS: ‘An Evening in Wonderland’ Gala Raises Much Needed Money for Kids in Crisis

At the Alice in Wonderland themed gala to benefit Kids in Crisis, 330 guests took part in the merriment, wearing fanciful hats, laden with bows and bunny ears, and colorful party attire. The Alice in Wonderland theme was thoughtfully overseen by local sculptor Paige Bradley, with help from students from four local schools. See PHOTOS! Continue Reading →

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Make-A-Wish Connecticut “Celebrating Wishes” Ball Raises $550,000+ Toward Wishes of CT Children with Life-Threatening Medical Conditions

Wish-come-true experiences can do wonders by providing a much-needed break from lengthy hospital stays and medical treatments, giving back to a child what a serious medical condition can take away—the chance to simply enjoy being a kid. Continue Reading →

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