Women of Washington, DC


Women of Washington, DC

This group is for women in the Washington, DC region, including Maryland and Northern Virginia. Share your events, find other women like you, and ask about food and fun in the region!

Location: Washington, DC
Members: 13
Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2016

Discussion Forum

Fun Event on July 11 - Best of Washington

Started by CHealth May 30, 2012. 0 Replies

I went to this party last year. Great food, drink and networking!…Continue

Local Volunteer Opportunities

Started by Purple May 30, 2012. 0 Replies

I was just reading the newspaper's website and noticed some local…Continue

Child care services in DC?

Started by CHealth Apr 29, 2012. 0 Replies

List your recommendations or needs here!Continue

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Comment by Purple on August 12, 2012 at 8:41pm

11 of our Olympic athletes practiced in the Rockville/Bethesda area.  Check out this article.

Comment by Purple on July 17, 2012 at 8:39pm

Did you see our latest Tweet?  Volunteers are needed to help set up the Aids Quilt on the National Mall this weekend.  Find details here: http://quilt2012.org/volunteermain/

Comment by JakefromDC on May 8, 2012 at 9:58am

Just learned about another great women's health opportunity (FREE) taking place in DC in June.  It's a series of workshops beginning June 2 that will cover healthy cooking and food, stress reduction and moderate physical activity.  They are being given by Dr. Porter and Gaston who wrote the best selling Prime Time:  The African American Women’s Guide to Midlife Health and Wellness.  The workshops will held  at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in SW DC. The dates/times are: June 2 – 10-2:30; June 9 – 11-1; June 16 – 10-Noon Space is limited. Call  to RSVP. 202-483-8600, ext. 202. FYI, Drs. Gaston and Porter are FABULOUS!!!


Comment by CHealth on May 8, 2012 at 9:42am

Nice! Rock on women of DC : )

Comment by JakefromDC on May 8, 2012 at 9:41am

Just read this in a new report: Women in Washington D.C. earn the most money (median personal earnings: $37,700), and have the highest levels of education, with an American Human Development Index score of 6.8 (overall U.S. score: 5.03; overall U.S. women’s score: 5.0), better than residents of Connecticut, the state with the highest overall levels of well-being.   

For whole article:  Women’s Well-Being: Ranking America’s Top 25 Metro Areas.




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