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Women in Business Brunch with Congresswoman Rosa Delauro

See video by going directly to the article. Click here. NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — March is women’s history month, and this morning Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro led a talk about the challenges facing women in business, both in the past and in the future. A half dozen women in business shared their wisdom with the next generation of business women. DeLauro led the conversation, and she knows all about the business of congress. “When I started there, there were 33 women in the house and the senate,” DeLauro said. “We’re now up to 104. It’s important progress, but it’s not enough.” So, during this women’s history month, she held a roundtable discussion with students from New Haven’s Metropolitan

Grew up in New Haven, Teaching in New Haven

Two of the three teachers interviewed found themselves in other cities before they returned home. Miller headed to the millennial mecca of Brooklyn. She threw herself into teaching social studies at Park Slope Collegiate high school. She had a strong female principal who inspired her, she said. She also saw the school wrestle with convincing middle-class Brooklyn families to send their kids to school along with the lower-income, mostly black and Latino students coming there from other neighborhoods. With a young child, she and her husband decided it’d be easier to live in a smaller city. New Haven called Miller home. She landed at Metropolitan, where another “incredibly strong, tough” woman

Future Health Professionals Winners!

Last week, three New Haven schools participated and competed in the CT HOSA (Future Health Professionals) Spring Leadership Conference. New Haven Public School Results: Metropolitan Business Academy (Chris Willems, Faculty Advisor): Arantxa Uribe Guerra was installed as the CT State HOSA Vice President for Leadership Development (Secretary) Luz Aidalysse Avila and Jesus Garzon won 2nd place for Public Health (team project) Malachi Bridges won 2nd place for Medical Law and Ethics Chao Chen won 1st place for Nutrition Imari Clement won 1st place for Epidemiology Kim Yeung won 2nd place for Human Growth and Development

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