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Though many people believe that Orthodox Jewish women aren’t allowed to work, the JWE (The Jewish Women Entrepreneur) works hard to change the lives of hundreds of frum businesswomen, to the tune of millions of dollars in sales. In 2011, Chaya Fishman, founded the organization to help women combat the prejudices against […]
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Contrary to the myth that Orthodox Jewish women aren’t allowed to work, the JWE (The Jewish Women Entrepreneur) is changing lives for hundreds of frum businesswomen, to the tune of millions of dollars in sales. Abbey Wolin is the coordinator for the JWE, and came to it by being an […]
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While there is undoubtedly a stark divide between the secular and Haredi world – especially in Israel – sometimes friendship and a shared vision can close the gap. On the surface, Yael Leibovitz and Chani Zusman, two Israeli Jewish women could not be more different. Zisman is an Israeli-born Haredi mother […]
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While many people mistakenly believe that Orthodox Jewish women aren’t allowed two work, Physician Assistant, Chaya Lighten, and board certified lactation consultant Marinina Hersh not only work – they work to help mothers get back to work. All over the world, women who have just given birth face numerous challenges returning […]
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“Almost every first meeting, with people that don’t know me, I get the feeling that they are skeptical, but after 5 minutes I know that they are fully with me and the Haredi subject dissolves.”
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In some ways fashion scion, Joyce Azria, founder and CEO of Avec Les Filles, originally of BCBG fame, had a typical Hollywood upbringing: vacations in St. Tropez, hanging with A-list celebs. In other ways, she was always different. “Everybody knew that on Friday night, my dad [Max Azria] was making kiddush […]
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