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Rosina L. Racioppi, Ed.D., President and CEO of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. Is Appointed to the New Historia Advisory Board

New York, NY, June 7, 2017 – WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. is pleased to announce that its President and CEO, Dr. Rosina L. Racioppi, has been appointed to the advisory board of New Historia, a women’s initiative associated with The New School in New York, NY.

New Historia’s mission is to empower future generations of women by connecting today’s young women with little-known female groundbreakers of the past through education, discovery, exhibits and the media.

“I am honored to be involved with New Historia,” states Racioppi. There is a real need to connect young girls and women with what their predecessors have accomplished so they can be inspired by the examples history provides us. My life’s work has been to empower women through education, mentoring and networking.  It saddens me when I see so few women in STEM and so many women opting out of organizations. Through the powerful work of New Historia, women can see what is possible. My involvement with New Historia aligns perfectly with what is important to me, as we strive to help woman achieve their full potential as major contributors to society.”

About WOMEN Unlimited, Inc.
WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. has been partnering with leading organizations since 1994 to develop and retain a diverse pool of talented women leaders who can confidently usher their organizations to new levels of growth and profitability. The organization uses a three-pronged approach of mentoring, education and networking to benefit organizations by enabling the transformation of talented, high-potential women from doers to leaders.

About Dr. Rosina Racioppi
Dr. Rosina Racioppi, president and chief executive officer of WOMEN Unlimited, Inc. spearheads initiatives to help leading organizations cultivate the talent needed for ongoing growth and profitability. Under her leadership, WOMEN Unlimited partners with organizations across a wide range of industries to develop high-potential women and to build a pipeline of diverse and talented leaders.

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