September 26, 2011

Baltimore’s own Lillie Shockney, Administrative Director of the Avon Breast Cancer Center of Johns Hopkins Hospital has been nominated for the national Johnson & Johnson Amazing Nurse Awards and is now a semifinalist! A two-time breast cancer survivor and an advocate and spokesperson for cancer... Read more »

Baltimore Bank Offers Loan Incentives to Women Business Owners

September 16, 2011

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Touring the Nursery

Jeffrey F. Barken
September 14, 2011

By Jeffrey F. Barken “Our asset is not our space…” Louie Wilder, director of the Bolton Hill Nursery, admits as she shows a young couple, parents of a prospective student, around the school. At first blush, this seems true. The school is limited to a single floor above a church, and it houses... Read more »

North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Thirty Years Never Looked So Young!

Annie Louise Burton
September 13, 2011

By Annie Louise Burton Thirty years never looked so young!  The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCCADV) is as robust, innovative and progressive as it was when birthed in 1981. That year twenty domestic violence programs joined together to provide services to victims of domestic... Read more »

Move of the Month

September 11, 2011

Line Dance Your Way To Health & Fitness

September 11, 2011

Line dancing; a great way to get fit and stay in shape!

From The Publisher’s Desk……


Janet Davis-Leak, Publisher/Editor-in-chief
September 9, 2011

Dear Friends, When  I decided to start WomanScope News Magazine (WSNM, I asked myself the question, “why did I want to start a publication geared towards women?”  Is it because of my love for women and girls issues?  Is it because of my media background, having worked as promotion and advertising... Read more »

VirCity: A Foundation for Entrepreneurial Success

September 8, 2011

By Erin Frost, Staff Writer Since 1997 successful women owned businesses have increased by 50% despite dismal reports from the National Federation of Independent Business’ Education Foundation that 30% will break even and 30% will lose revenue. Suffice to say, taking a vision of owning your own... Read more »

Choosing a Career That Works

Mia Bolton
September 8, 2011

By Mia Bolton When we are young, we are all asked the same curious question: “What do you want to be when you grow up?”  And in our youth we effortlessly rattle off careers, proclaiming ourselves future veterinarians, firefighters, professional athletes and doctors. It seems we have plenty of time... Read more »

2 Click or not 2 Click

Rita Engdahl
September 7, 2011

By: Rita Engdahl Keeping up with the Internet and all of its continual technology can be overwhelming.  Properly understanding words including: malware, firewall and security software are sometimes enough to make even the most seasoned Internet user dizzy. That’s what happened to me the other day. At... Read more »

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