After Surviving a Terrifying Accident, Anne Forest...
Posted by Jess Downey | May 9, 2023
Completing My Father’s Bucket List Changed M...
Posted by Laura Carney | Apr 19, 2023
Author Charity Alyse is Overcoming Obstacles to Ac...
Posted by Jess Downey | Dec 30, 2022
Tammy Murphy is Fighting for NJ Infants and Mother...
Posted by Jess Downey | Dec 27, 2022
The Remarkable Humanity of Maggie Doyne
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See You Later, Alligator
by Amita Mehta | May 10, 2023 | Share, Uncategorized, Voices
As I grieve the loss of my mom, I’m learning to ask for help, maybe for the first time.Read More
Team of Advocates Gives Help Where It’s Needed Most
by Jess Downey | Oct 10, 2022 | Engage
The Capital Health Institute for Urban Care was created to advance the health and well-being of the residents of Trenton. But for the staff, that means spending each day working to help the members of our community who are most in need of a helping hand, a second chance, and someone to believe in them.Read More
Injury Changed Her Life—Not Her Spirit
by Jess Downey | Oct 5, 2022 | Her Story, Share, Uncategorized
Five years ago, Emelia Perry injured her spinal cord in a fall from a ladder, a harrowing accident that changed her life, but not her competitive spirit. Today, the 29-year-old athlete is training rigorously to compete at the highest level of wheelchair racing and paratriathlons.Read More
Kate Mulligan is Making Classical Music More Accessible
by Jess Downey | Jun 30, 2022 | Her Story
With a, melodious singing voice that can fill any auditorium,
Kate Mulligan built her career around music. Now, as the first-ever executive director of the Capital Philharmonic, she plans to make
classical music more accessible to the community of Trenton.
We are Making Strides in the Workplace. Is it Enough?
by Jess Downey | Apr 21, 2022 | Engage
The U.S. labor force is undergoing a massive shake-up—more than 21 million Americans quit their...Read More
Master Class: Expert Advice to Improve Your Life
by Meghan Rabbitt | Apr 19, 2022 | Engage, Uncategorized
The pandemic forced so many of us to keep things as simple as possible, which often meant leaving...Read More
Elective Angioplasty Helps Patients Address Heart Problems
by Jess Downey | Apr 14, 2022 | Health
Elective coronary angioplasty gives patients the chance to address blocked arteries and possibly...Read More
Battle-Tested: NJ Health Commissioner Judith Persichilli
by Jess Downey | Apr 12, 2022 | Her Story, Share
With decades in health care under her belt, Judith Persichilli is leading New Jersey through the COVID-19 pandemic with a steady, calm demeanor and dogged determination.Read More
Sandy Borowsky is Steering Starr Tours Through the Pandemic
by Dana O'Neil | Apr 7, 2022 | Her Story, Share
As vice president of the family-owned charter and bus tour company, Sandy Borowsky had to drive the business through COVID-19, when the tourism world was turned on its head.Read More
The Courage and Creativity of Bentrice Jusu
by Jess Downey | Mar 30, 2022 | Her Story
Public service and self-expression don’t often go hand in hand. But Trenton artist and firefighter Bentrice Jusu believes she can do anything, and she wears the hats to prove it.Read More
A Friendship Tested by Racial Biases in Book and Real Life
by Jess Downey | Mar 10, 2022 | Her Story, Share
In their novel, We Are Not Like Them, set in Philadelphia, Christine Pride and Jo Piazza tell the story of an interracial friendship tested by a police shooting that hits too close to home. In real life, the arduous writing process of such a challenging topic brought their own friendship to the brink.Read More
It’s a Dangerous Time for Girls. We Can Help
by Laura Quaglio | Jan 27, 2022 | Health
The COVID-19 pandemic is wreaking havoc on our lives, but the impact on teenage girls is one of the most profound and concerning byproducts. Real Woman investigated to learn how we canRead More