Vol 7 Issue 1
You Should Run for Office
“You should run for office,” she said.
My response: “Absolutely not! I’ll help whoever YOU get to run.”
Literally three years later, I am serving my Neighbors in Ward IV as their representative on the Reynoldsburg City Council. That recap of my conversation with my Football Mom/Political Mentor/Council Colleague will remain with me whenever I talk with WOMEN about throwing their hats in the ring to run for office...read more
Project Woman 2021 Chrysalis Award
By: Katherine E
Project Woman presented its 2021 Chrysalis Award to Denise Jones, a Victim Services Sergeant with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
Jones was recognized for her outstanding advocacy work on behalf of survivors of domestic, sexual, and gender-based violence.
Jones has been in law enforcement since 2000 and in the Intimate Partner Crime Unit since 2017. Her unit receives calls for domestic violence, stalking, strangulation, human trafficking, and protection order violations and works closely with Project Woman on cases...read more
The Majority of Ohioans Want to End the Death Penalty
Ohioans To Stop Executions (OTSE) is a coalition of individuals and organizations working to reduce the use of – and ultimately, once again – end capital punishment in Ohio. Ohio had reinstated the death penalty in 1974, but the law was struck down as unconstitutional in 1978. The current law went into effect in 1981. OTSE was founded in 1988 and has worked to raise awareness and education around state executions. Ohio resumed...read more