Established in 1922, The Newswomen’s Club of New York is the only professional organization exclusively for women journalists in the New York metropolitan area. Our membership includes women who work in newspapers, magazines, radio, television, photography and new media. As the news industry undergoes rapid change, we strive to uphold the values that are the hallmarks of good journalism, maintaining the public trust.
March 8, 2016
Members of the Newswomen's Club of New York got together to celebrate our 94th year in the business (it also happened to be International Women's Day). Food, drinks and fun were had by all.
February 4, 2016
Our first panel discussion for the year featured NY Times reporter Sarah Maslin Nir, speaking about her investigative expose on nail salon practices throughout New York City. Joining her were two translator reporters, Yuhan Liu and Isvette Verde, who helped put the story together.
January 13, 2016
We saluted our dedicated Front Page Awards judges, our sponsors, the photographers who donated work to our 2015 photo auction, and others who have helped out the Club over the past year. Members joined in the festitvies, which took place at the Down Town Association.