A locally produced show focusing on issues of concern to women. Airs Thursdays at 5:00 p.m.
The Women's Room
(Oct 05, 2006)
The third in a three part series concerning education and school choice. Pat Munyan, Assistant Superintendent of the Catholic Diocese of Camden, represents Catholic and parochial schooling. From personal experience and her professional opinion, Pat gives information about the pros and cons of taking this route of elementary and secondary education. She also incorporates facts and statistics from her 25 years involved in Catholic Schooling.The Women's Room
(Sep 28, 2006)
Second in a three part series about the different options for elementary and secondary education. Karen Schorewise speaks about public schooling. As an English teacher at Kingsway High School, Karen talks about her experience, knowledge, and educated opinion concerning public schooling and its pros and cons.The Women's Room
(Sep 21, 2006)
The first in a three part series concerning education and school choice. Debbi Charles talks about the benefits of home schooling.The Women's Room
(Aug 03, 2006)
Anne Gallagher and host Julia Giacoboni discuss the National Association of Women Business Owners. As founding president of the South Jersey Chapter Gallagher shares information about the history of the organization, how the SJ chapter came to be, and how it runs on a national level.The Women's Room
(Jul 27, 2006)
CARE - helping countries in poverty through channeling their efforts through women. Explains history, sponsorship, donations, etc.The Women's Room
(Jul 06, 2006)
Megan McCafferty is a novelist known for here coming of age books revolving around the character Jessica Darling. A young adult centered series, the books follow Jessica as she goes through high school and college. The most recent installment of the series CHARMED THIRDS was an instant New York Times Best Seller.