Rung in the News

Catch up on where Rung for Women has been making headlines.

Catch up on where Rung for Women has been making headlines.

Women’s Foundation Names Rung a Top Workplace

Women’s Foundation Names Rung a Top Workplace

Rung for Women was named one of the top places to work in St. Louis by the Women’s Foundation of Greater St. Louis. The organization honored companies that met or exceeded criteria for workplace gender equity in four areas: leadership, compensation, flexible work policies, and recruitment and retention. (St. Louis Business Journal)

Most Enhanced Awards 2022

Most Enhanced Awards 2022

Rung’s headquarters (2717 Sidney St.) was honored as a 2022 Most Enhanced property by the Landmarks Association of St. Louis. (Landmarks Association of St. Louis)

DAR Supports Rung

DAR Supports Rung

The Missouri State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (MSSDAR) supports Rung’s onsite food-growing program, which feeds Rung members and food-insecure-residents of the surrounding neighborhood. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

How Location Decisions Impact Diversity Inclusion

How Location Decisions Impact Diversity Inclusion

Rung is mentioned as an example of an organization that is actively seeking to expand workforce diversity and improve inclusion. More companies will want to understand these initiatives when choosing a new location. (Industry Today)

St. Louis organization helps women thrive

St. Louis organization helps women thrive

“Rung for Women exists to support women. We want women to keep focusing on themselves, focusing on their family, and moving up the rungs on the ladder,” Rung For Women President Leslie Gill. (Webster-Kirkwood Times)

Dear Younger Self

Dear Younger Self

What would Rung President Leslie Gill tell her younger self? Major in what interests you, enjoy the little things in life, have a spending plan, and more. (Clayton City Lifestyle)

Rung for Women Becomes 49th Mosaic Ambassador

Rung for Women Becomes 49th Mosaic Ambassador

The St. Louis Mosaic Project announced its partnership with Rung For Women as its 49th Mosaic Ambassador Company. “Rung’s focus on helping minority and foreign-born women achieve that next level of career success is very necessary.” (STL Partnership)

Rung for Women Helps Women Move Up Economic Ladder

Rung for Women Helps Women Move Up Economic Ladder

Rung for Women started as a re-sale clothing boutique in South City 10 years ago. In 2016, the founder shifted the idea behind the space, creating a place for women to come and transform their lives by helping them move up the corporate opportunity ladder. (KMOV)

How Rung for Women is Empowering St. Louis Women

How Rung for Women is Empowering St. Louis Women

By providing career training and wellness services, it’s not surprising that the majority of Rung members surveyed said the program increased their confidence, empowerment, and self-love. (STLPR)

Rung for Women Lands Geospatial Grant

Rung for Women Lands Geospatial Grant

Rung for Women will receive a $250,000 federal grant to expand a training course designed to ensure that women, especially those of color, have access to geospatial careers, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced. (St. Louis Business Journal)