Category: Member News

EWNJ in the News

EWNJ had an excellent showing on ROI-NJ’s 2019 Influencers Power List! EWNJ congratulates President Barbara E. Kauffman, Immediate Past President Michellene Davis, Esq., and members: Leslie Anderson, Linda Bowden, Aisha Glover, Kim Ann Mink, Tammy Murphy, Maria Rollins, Judith Sheft, Michele Siekerka, Monica Smith, Christine Stearns, Melanie Willoughby, and Trish Zita on being named to this prestigious list.

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EWNJ President Barbara E. Kauffman also commented on the lack of women on this list. Click here to read the article.

EWNJ in the News

Former EWNJ Board Member Robin Walton and EWNJ Past President Michellene Davis, Esq. have been selected as 2 of NJBIZ’s Top 50 Women in Business for 2019! Robin Walton serves as Vice President for Community and Government Affairs at Thomas Edison State University and Michellene Davis, Esq. serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health. The 2019 Best 50 Women in Business Awards Ceremony took place on March 25th.

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EWNJ Master Class

On September 29th, EWNJ hosted its inaugural Master Class featuring a fascinating discussion between Princeton University President Emerita Shirley Marie Tilghman, OC FRS, and EWNJ President Michellene Davis, Esq. on Tilghman’s background, her leadership philosophy, and how she arrived at the key decision points that have defined her remarkable career.

Click here to watch the full Master Class.

Check out the media coverage here.
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Member Spotlight

EWNJ President Michellene Davis, Esq. has received the Top 25 Minorities in Healthcare Award from Modern Healthcare, a national healthcare publication. Click here to check out Michellene’s discussion with the Furst Group on what this honor means and how to ensure gender parity in the future.

EWNJ Statement

EWNJ recently released a statement on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day. August 7th marks the day that a black woman would reach pay parity with what her white male counterpart made in 2017.

Click here to read the statement in its entirety.