Women Working To Do Good
  • WWTDG: Quinn Fitzgerald

    Quinn Fitzgerald is one of the most inspired and, in turn, inspiring young women I’ve had the honor of meeting, let alone…

    Julia Gazdag
  • WWTDG: Gretchen Holt-Witt

    Betty Draper, move over. Nuclear family housewives no longer have the monopoly on bake sales, and bake sales are no longer the…

    Julia Gazdag
  • WWTDG: Tammy Tibbets

    Tammy Tibbetts is my new hero. For one thing, while we’ve gotten tons of amazing submissions for women to profile in this…

    Julia Gazdag
  • WWTDG: Alexa von Tobel

    When I knew Alexa von Tobel as a college freshman, it was clear to everybody who met her that she was going…

    Sarah Heyward
  • WWTDG: A Very Special Holiday Post

    This week, since it’s our last WWTDG post of the year, I decided to take a break and talk about what this…

    Julia Gazdag
  • WWTDG: Jennifer Arnold

    When I picked up my phone a few weeks ago to call Jennifer Arnold, the founder and executive director of Canine Assistants,…

    Tatti Ribeiro
  • WWTDG: Jaime Henry-White

    When I first heard about the Chiapas Photography Project I thought it was brilliant. Using photography as a tool for dialogue between…

    Julia Gazdag
  • WWTDG: Eva Radke

    They say that in order to succeed in business-one must take risks and follow one’s passion.  For Eva Radke, taking risks supplemented…

    Edward Hansen