Join the Newswomen's Club for a panel featuring Kim Barker, Metro Desk reporter at the New York Times and Somini Sengupta, who covers the United Nations for the Times, as they talk about their latest books. Edith Lederer, chief UN correspondent for the Associated Press will moderate. RSVP only.
The Newswomen’s Club of New York will mark its 94th anniversary on Tuesday, March 8. Please join us to celebrate this very special occasion.
The event will include refreshments, cake and door prizes. Members only. RSVP by March 4 to email@example.com.
Hear from the journalists who investigated nail salons throughout the New York City area for 13 months to uncover unfair labor practices and health hazards for the story, “Unvarnished.” The piece resulted in emergency workplace enforcement actions by New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo.
Each year, we invite Front Page Award judges, photo auction contributors, and other who have helped us throughout the year to a party to thank them for their service to the club. Members are invited and encouraged to purchase tickets to this festive event.
Come listen to bestselling author and investigative journalist Bethany McLean shed light on the 2008 financial crisis. Her new book, SHAKY GROUND: The Strange Saga of the U.S. Mortgage Giants tackles one of the last remaining –and certainly strangest – unsolved mysteries of the global financial crisis: Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Join us for holiday potluck edition of No Agenda Tuesday. We promise music, cheer, friends new and old, and let's not forget the cake, booze, and other delectable treats. Bring some refreshments to share (something sweet, savory, libations...anything you please)!
On the third Tuesday of each month, Newswomen's Club members gather to enjoy one another's company over drinks. Typically, we meet in the elegant parlor of The National Arts Club, which houses our headquarters, however occasionally we venture out to other venues around the city for a change of scenery. True to its name, No Agenda Tuesday is free of structure and formalities.