Congratulations to Lucy Bellamy, InStepp’s November Ambassador of the Month. Approximately one year after graduating from UNC at Chapel Hill with a degree in chemistry and English, Lucy moved to San Francisco where she has resided for the past six months. She began volunteering with InStepp in February 2022 as a Communications Volunteer. Click […]
Advocates are asking for the freedom of women sexually assaulted while incarcerated, preparing petitions under a program known as compassionate release, which allows people in prison to seek early release because of extraordinary and compelling circumstances. Click here to read the full article by Carrie Johnson in NPR.
The “mass exodus” of women and mothers from the workforce during the pandemic is now one of the most pressing diversity-related issues. Click here to read more about this in an article written by Sophie Kiderlin for CNBC Makeit.