Texting To The Rescue

A team at Penn Medicine may have found a way to save hundreds of new moms’ lives with a simple—but incredibly effective—tool

By Jill Harkins

A Woman’s Place …

… is running the kitchen, despite restaurants still being mostly male-dominated. Philly proves that’s true at an event with influential food magazine Cherry Bombe.

By Jason Wilson

Audio: Reality Check with Brooke Davis Anderson

Charles sat down with the Director of Museum Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts to discuss PAFA leading the country in acquiring works of art by women, and being among the best at acquiring works by African American artists—an effort towards making the museum better reflect the city and world it is a part of.

By Charles D. Ellison

Citizen Sports: Angelo Cataldi…Feminist?

The WIP sports shock-jock just might be the unlikely civil rights advocate our city needs right now

By Dave Kyu

Event: Sara Lomax-Reese and Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

At a women’s happy hour on Wednesday, The Citizen’s Executive Editor and the President/CEO of WURD radio talked about women’s power—and obligation—to change Philly, and the world

By Jessica Press

Citizens of the Week: Katel LeDû and Sara Wachter-Boettcher

The Philly duo works to empower women through their Strong Feelings podcast and live events—without the b.s.

By Ariday Marie Sued

The Citizen Updates: Women’s Community Revitalization Project

One year after the death of Jeremy Nowak—The Citizen’s visionary founding chairman—we check in with the first-ever grantee of the award named in his honor

By Jessica Press



Citizen Women’s Happy Hour

Wednesday, Aug 07, 2019
6 pm-8 pm

at Location 215

Join Executive Editor Roxanne Patel Shepelavy for cocktails and conversation with business, media and civic leader Sara Lomax-Reese, president/CEO of WURD radio