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How Do Women Tackle Leadership Roles? ‘We Get It Done.’

Country Jam manager Kathy Wright shares how she excels in leadership

Kathy Wright’s answer to new opportunities is not no – it’s not now. As general manager of Country Jam, board president of Scouts BSA, member of the board at Visit Eau Claire, former sales representative at WEAU-TV, member of 100 Women Who Care Eau Claire ...

UWEC Prof Studies the Science of Saving Lives

local psych prof receives $412K grant to study suicide prevention

Many young women are told that science is “boring” and math is “too hard,” but for researcher and UW-Eau Claire psychology professor Dr. Jennifer Muehlenkamp, researching in the field of clinical psychology is her true passion ...

Women Gain More Seats at the Table

once largely shut out of politics, female elected officials now more common in the Valley

‘The first time somebody asked me to run for office, I laughed at them,” explains Eau Claire City Councilwoman Kate Beaton. At the time ...

Red Letter Roundup

Red Letter Grant selects Fall winners

On Nov. 6, the Red Letter Grant announced the winners of its Fall 2019 grants. The program awarded four women-owned start-ups with grants of $2,000, which came with additional advertising packages from Volume One Magazine and ...

Getting to the Pint

networking group brings women together with beer

Wisconsinites are known for their love of beer – especially craft beer. This fact is embodied by Chippewa Valley Girls Pint Out, an organization that is geared toward women who enjoy craft beer or ...

Run for the Right Reasons

Girls on the Run gets kids moving & growing

Girls on the Run of the Chippewa Valley has been positively impacting young girls and women through exercise and community since 2006. Between February and May, girls in third through eighth grades practice ...


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