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Planting the seeds of women’s leadership

In an opinion piece for the Tennessean a few weeks ago, former Federal Communications Commissioner Debi Tate wrote about how important it is that leadership reflect what we look like as nations in which half the citizens are women. Writing … Read more

Mitigating a hazard to Florida’s children

Thanks to a decade of statewide activism by child advocates including The Junior League of Gainesville, Florida became the forty-ninth state to enact laws requiring child safety restraints for children five years old and under when they are traveling in … Read more

In the darkness, glimmers of hope

The Israel-Gaza conflict. Ferguson, Mo. The Islamic State terror network. Ebola. Ukraine. Robin Williams. From the sad and often horrifying news in the headlines these days it’s easy to think the world is coming apart at its seams, that our … Read more