Connect
Discover
Impact
Join
Support TTN

January Chapter Newsletter

January 9, 2017



TTN-NYC NEWSLETTER
 January   2017 TOP
 
In this Issue


Birth of Civic Action SIG at NYC Chapter

Getting Involved: Interview with Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal

Around TTN Town
 
Women's March on NYC


Saturday, January 21st l et's march together as a TTN Group-  Women's March on NYC!
  Learn More
 
January Events


Online Orientation for New Members
January 13th 


January Talking Circle: Appearances Aside 

January 18th 


Organize My Home and My Life! 

January 19th 


PotLuck Dinner
January 24th
 
More TTN Events


Women In Transition Workshop
February 4 


Famous Historical Women of New York

February 16th 


February Talking Circle: Caregiving
February 21st 


Author Event: Janice Nimura -Daughters of the Samurai 

 February 22nd
 
Co-Sponsored by TTN
 
The Three Tomatoes Renewal Summit 

February 4th 


Over 20 Experts in Health, Money, Fitness, Love, Life,and Careers, will Motivate and Inspire Us.
Partner Events

JBFCS- Budget Watchers: Technology and Your Finances
January 26th
 
Editor


Harriet Walley
 
Chapter Contacts


Chapter Chair:
Barbara Alpern

Member Services:  
Linda Paige Levine
Member Enrollment: 
Marticia Moore Madory 

Peer Groups:
Karen Merson 
Rhoda Super
Programs: 
Sandy Merrill
Explore NYC:
Julie Geller
Caring Collaborative:
Barbara Stahura

Marketing: 
MaryLou Floyd

Volunteering: 
Judith Glass  
Betty Rauch
Life Transition Services (LTS): 
Eileen Kobrin

Finance:  
Maria Tardugno
 A letter From the Chair 
 

 Hi Members, 


We're facing some interesting times in this country and it is clear that many of you are frustrated and eager to take action.  This newsletter offers you some options.
 
A word of caution - TTN is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and is thus limited in the types of political actions it can support. However, as individual women who happen to be members of TTN, we can support anything we want. Thus, we've formed a Civic Action Special Interest Group made up of TTN women who want to make an impact either individually or as a group. While I think all TTNers support women's rights and non-discrimination of all types, this SIG reflects the views of only the individual women who belong to it.
 
I urge every NYC Chapter member to follow her heart and do whatever she needs in order to sleep at night.

We CAN make a difference!    And don't forget to...

Enjoy Your Day,
Barbara Alpern
 
Birth of Civic Action SIG at NYC Chapter
Civic_Action_SIG
 
By  
Marticia Moore Madory
Members reported feeling anxious, nervous, and helpless. There were complaints of sleepless nights, backaches, and difficulty in concentr ating.  The 2016 presidential campaign was impossible to  ignore -- even for members of the NYC Chapter who preferred to discuss topics like art, cultural events, and common health problems.  



As the November 8th election drew near, some members felt increasing pressure to "DO SOMETHING". 

There were already two news-oriented discussion Special Interest Groups (SIGs),  but this was a different phenomenon. Members didn't want to just talk; they wanted to...    Read More 

Back To Top
Getting Involved:  Interview with Councilwoman Helen RosenthalHelen_R  
By Betty Rauch


Helen Rosenthal, a very effective Council Member, was elected in 2013 to represent the 6th City Council district. Wh en   we spoke she remembered having previously addressed TTN members and was all the more interested in sharing the most effective way for TTNers to get involved in civic action.
 
In talking about how people could be more engaged in the politic al process, Rosenthal commented how "New Yorkers take issues very seriously. They want to be engaged an d find ways to effect change. 

After the election, so many people came into my office asking 'What can I do?'"   Read More
Back to Top
Around TTN Town Around-TTN_Town
 
Are you fired up after reading these articles?
Don't let that energy dissipate. Make a connection to worthy causes that fit your interests. And they're curated and vetted. You are just one click away.

One Click Standup 

www.oneclickstandup.com 


NYCityWomen 
www.nycitywoman.com/act-up-activistas/ 


Ellevate
www.ellevatenetwork.com/articles/7815-how-women-can-mobilize-post-election?


How Is Your Transition Going?
2017 TTN will host a year-long schedule of different Talking Circles and Workshops led by professional facilitators and coaches. These courses are for women exploring new possibilities, or anticipating or experiencing changes in life or work.

Wednesday, January 18th 

January Talking Circle: Appearances Aside... 


Saturday, February 4th 

Women In Transition Workshop - a TTN Signature Program 



TTN-NYC Points of Contact 

Did you know there are 5 different ways to connect and learn about TTN members? 
Click here to view TTN-NYC's points of contact

  Back To Top
New Members
Patricia Barraza Carol Dempster Maggie Pritikin
Karen Belman Constance Harcar Christine Swann
Elaine Bernstein Margaret Isaacs Terri Thompson
Luisa Brennan Deolinda 
Leitao-Greene
Carol Van Deusen
Sabra Brock Susan Mellan Stacey Walsh
Joanne Cole Ilene Pfeiffer  
 
TTN NYC Website Like us on Facebook   TTN NYC Events