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Happy New Year from Wisconsin Woman Magazine

Happy New Year from Wisconsin Woman Magazine. Start your new year off right with a copy of Wisconsin Woman Magazine

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Dr. Judy Kim Helps Others To See

Dr. Judy Kim, tenured Professor of Ophthalmology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, has been chosen as one of the featured speakers at the 2015 Medical College of Wisconsin’s Women in Science event. Some may think Kim is a bit of a dichotomy. A woman of science, Kim lives her life deeply rooted in faith. Her left brain and right brain are oddly in harmony as she is involved in medical research and performs delicate micro-surgery of the retina; yet she speaks three languages, loves music, the piano and photography and derives great joy from raising her voice in song. “I want to be engaged, curious and excited,” she said. “Having many interests helps me to see the world with a bigger perspective.”

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Pick up your copy today

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The Kipsongo Project Improves Lives a Continent Away

It’s been said that change is one of the few constants in life. For 25-year-old Krystina Finn, affecting change for a group of women thousands of miles away means life itself.

Griselda Aldrete

Griselda Aldrete says ‘yes’ to opportunity. For the 33-year-old executive director of Professional Hispanics of Greater Milwaukee, it’s a sound career strategy. Aldrete also has a strategy to change the face of the corporate culture in Greater Milwaukee. No small goal, particularly if you are also going to law school at Marquette University on a part-time basis.

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Take a Look at the November issue of Wisconsin Woman Magazine

Take a Look at the November issue of Wisconsin Woman Magazine

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How Financially Savvy Is Your Teenager?

A recent financial literacy test administered by the Program for International Student Assessment should be a wake-up call for American parents. In this first-of-its-kind international assessment released in July 2014 and given to 29,000 15-year-olds from 18 countries, U.S. teens fell below half of their peers.

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

In daily life a woman faces normal challenges and stress, but when a woman suffers domestic violence from a partner, the consequences are often heart wrenching and dangerous.

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At the Helm of Gehl Foods

When Katherine Gehl moved into her new office as president and CEO of Gehl Foods in 2011, a family photo was left hanging on the wall from the previous office holder.

Complete our 2014 Wisconsin Woman Readership Survey and you will be entered into our drawing for a $50 gift card to Bayshore Town Center.

Complete our 2014 Wisconsin Woman Readership Survey and you will be entered into our drawing for a $50 gift card to Bayshore Town Center.

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Magic Words

When you think of three little words that work magic, “I love you” comes to mind. Here are four little words that work a different kind of magic and can be used in virtually any setting: “I see it differently.” Why are these words magic? Because they change the complexion of potentially contentious discussions.

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2nd Annual Monster Run

2nd Annual Monster Run

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Judging a Life

From the time Judge Valarie Hill was 12-years-old, she knew she wanted to go into law.

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The Women’s Health Initiative: What Have We Learned?

We are nearing the 20 year mark of the landmark study the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) in Wisconsin.

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BBB says: Shop Wisely for Back to School Items

It’s that time of year again – School supplies, school clothes, electronics, shoes and much more will be purchased this month and these items can get costly. One third of these purchases will most likely occur through shopping “online.” Families can prepare to spend on average about $700 to get their children ready for the new school year.