Women Veterans Archives - Women Veterans Alliance

October 12, 2017

I recently returned from 10 days in Israel…again!  This time it was a much different experience.  I went on a journey with the organization Heroes to Heroes, last year I attended as a participant.  I absolutely loved the journey as well as saw firsthand how it impacts lives.  I was in contact with the organizations […]

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September 18, 2017

Last year SWAN’s survey of women veterans and service women attempted, on a national scale, to identify the challenges facing service women and women veterans. This year’s survey will assess service women and women veterans mental wellness needs, helping to shape SWAN’s programmatic and policy agendas for 2018 and providing insights and value to the American public and broader military and veteran community. […]

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September 12, 2017

Plaster Casting: Female active duty or veterans between the ages of 35-50   We are seeing people tomorrow (9.13) 12pm-5pm for commercial to be shot in LA location: Plaster Casting 5908 Barton Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027   Wardrobe: neat and tidy military style   Fitting: Sept 15 Shoots: Sept 20 or 21 Pay: $2000 […]

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September 10, 2017

A new report on the characteristics of female veterans released Aug 2017 by the U.S. Census Bureau shows that early-career aged female veterans (18 to 34 years old) were more likely to be employed, married and have a child in their home than early-career aged female nonveterans. This report, which uses 2015 American Community Survey data, takes […]

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August 29, 2017

BLOOD STRIPE explores a character that is relatively new to both U.S. policy and to movies – a fully-combat-participatory female soldier.  Co-filmmakers Remy Auberjonois and Kate Nowlin (the pair co-wrote the film, while Auberjonois directed and Nowlin stars) deftly feminize the warrior archetype while building the story to an emotional crescendo, reminding us of how little […]

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August 29, 2017

First question I get asked is what is an “Unconference”? I like to call it an Unconference because it’s not your traditional conference. Having planned, spoken, and attended A LOT of different types of events I wanted to take what I felt were outstanding components and add them into this 3 day event for women […]

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