women work & money

A Month of Women, Work, & Money

Now that all those pesky Jewish holidays are behind us, we’re turning our attention to another perhaps less spiritual though incredibly important topic–money.

Here at Kveller, there’s a lot of talk about work–those who do it, those who don’t, and those who do it and don’t get paid for it (yes, we’re talking about you, dear moms, who take care of kids full-time). But sometimes with all that talk about work (and all that judging that we try not to do) we skim over the really important aspect of work. That aspect is what we call cold hard cash.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York, we are dedicating the next month to the theme of Women, Work, & Money. We have a number of interesting pieces in store for you (advice from Suze Orman, anyone?) and we’re looking forward to some really great conversations with you.

If there are any topics you want us to cover, please let us know in the comments below.

This series was brought to you by a generous grant from the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New York. For more information about the important work they do, go here.


Deborah Kolben

Deborah Kolben is Editorial Director/Founding Editor of Kveller. She formerly covered education, crime, and real estate at the New York Daily News and The New York Sun before becoming  the city editor of The New York Sun and the managing editor of  the Village Voice.  She has also written for The New York TimesFinancial TimesThe Forward, and Jerusalem Report. She received a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University and received an Arthur F. Burns fellowship to report in Germany. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.

The opinions expressed here are the personal views of the author. Comments are moderated, so use your inside voices, keep your hands to yourself, and no, we're not interested in herbal supplements.

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