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A Chilean immigrant on becoming a lawyer in the US

Written by Constanza Prieto I am a woman, lawyer and immigrant, and I am proud of that. Being an immigrant, even by personal choice, is always difficult and requires a lot of courage. I...

Learn how to make Papa Rellena, Peruvian comfort food

In the first edition of Immigrant Recipes, New Women New Yorkers Board Director Maria shares a recipe for Papa Rellena, or stuffed potatoes, a savory dish from her home country of Peru. “This is...

How to get involved with New Women New Yorkers in 2017

If you’ve ever considered volunteering for an organization you care about, there’s no better time than right now. New Women New Yorkers has a number of great ways to volunteer your time and your...

NWNY hosts first interview training session of 2017

Written by Daria Kurdyukova Confidence, power, anxiety, energy, inspiration, help, openness, engagement, empowerment, excitement, positivity, gratitude — these are some of the words that participants of 2017’s first NWNY Mock Interview Session used to describe...