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An Interview with YWCA Princeton ESL Instructor Brandy Frank

Friday, March 4, 2022

Meet Brandy Brandy has been an instructor with our English as a Second Language program for almost fifteen years. Prior to joining the YW, she was involved with Literacy New Jersey as a tutor and tutor trainer in Mercer County.  In 2004, she co-founded a free adult ESL program serving the Princeton area called “Voyage … Read More

YWomen Vote and What VAWA Means for Survivors

Thursday, February 24, 2022

The following blog post was contributed by Advocacy and Development Intern Frances C. “Today we know that one in three women will experience domestic violence and more than three women are murdered by their partners each day.”  These are terrifying odds.   Domestic violence is an issue which affects people from all backgrounds, ages, races, … Read More

An Interview with Karen Delk, Board President

Monday, December 20, 2021

Special thank you to Frances C., YWCA Princeton’s Advocacy and Development Intern, for transcribing and summarizing the interview below. March 2020 will be remembered in history forever. Within the weeks COVID-19 shut down the world, Karen Delk, newly elected board president of the YWCA had more than a few difficult decisions to face. In an … Read More

Thank you, Susan Cheuk!

Monday, December 6, 2021

For the past 19 years, Susan Cheuk has served as the Executive Assistant at YWCA Princeton. She’s worked with three of our Chief Executive Officers, hundreds of Board members, and countless community partners and supporters. Few current staff members have contributed as many years to the YW as she, nor witnessed as many changes and … Read More

Community and Friendship through Jazzercise

Friday, November 19, 2021

Community and Friendship through Jazzercise This blog post was contributed by Advocacy and Development Intern Frances C.  When you hear the word jazzercise, the first image which probably comes to mind are grainy videos from the 80’s with bright leotards, tights and knit leg warmers. What you might not think of is the community and … Read More