Print and Online Media
Mean Girls All Grown Up & Working
Sarah Dusinberre, Bravo Group
May 1, 2015
Referring to the movie Mean Girls: "The overwhelming success of the movie can be boiled down to one thing; the accurate portrayal of the social interactions of teenage girls...I failed at the time to realize that underlying the fictitious world there exists a real issue for women – because in reality, the same types of interactions continue throughout life. Even though we may recognize them, we fail to enact change, even after we have grown out of our teenage years. Click here to read the full post covering Cheryl Dellasega's Forum talk.
Running in place: Women still have much ground to gain in politics
Editorial, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
April 8, 2014
"It’s the perennial political frustration that crosses party lines. In the United States, not enough women run for office and not enough are elected when they do. In Pennsylvania, old political habits are hard to break and ol’ boy networks are hard to beat. Yet it is any girl’s birthright, just as it is any boy’s, to aspire to public office." Click here for the full editorial.
Successful Pennsylvania Women's Forum Panel
Corinna Vecsey Wilson, Wilson500, Inc.
April 8, 2014
"I am still smiling this morning after the success yesterday of the inaugural Pennsylvania Women’s Forum “Solution Series” panel. Held at Widener Law School in Harrisburg, it featured Sam Bennett and Christine Toretti, two nationally-recognized political leaders." Click here for the full blog post.
Female gubernatorial candidates struggles come down to their competition
Robert Vickers, Political Reporter, PennLive
April 7, 2014
"Although two qualified women are running for governor this year, their sluggish poll performance thus far has nothing to do with their gender, two of Pennsylvania’s most savvy female politicos said Monday." Click here for the full story.
Still Search for Solutions: Pennsylvania's Women Forum and Higher Education
Jeanette Krebs, Bravo Group
Jeanette Krebs, Chair and co-founder of the PA Women's Forum, offers her insights into the upcoming Forum on women and higher education.
We Need More Women in PA Politics: Here's a Place to Start
Jeanette Krebs, Op-Ed, Patriot-News
January 17, 2014
"When it comes to the lottery, you have to play to win. The same can be said for getting more women elected – more women have to run. That isn’t happening as much as it should in Pennsylvania. Year after year Pennsylvania receives a black eye when the rankings come out detailing the number of women elected to state legislatures in all 50 states...." Click here for the full editorial.