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Rung’s News & Updates

Rung Rundown: Meet Our Team of In-House Therapists

Rung Rundown: Meet Our Team of In-House Therapists

The ‘Rung Rundown’ is a blog series where we ask Rung staff and volunteers five questions about themselves and their work, allowing the public a chance to get to know more about them and the impact they are making at Rung for Women. The second installation of the series introduces us to Lupe Murillo Wink, a therapist with Provident Behavioral Health, and Sarah Al-Zadjali, a therapist with Safe Connections. Both Provident Behavioral Health and Safe Connections are co-designers at Rung for Women, providing on-site mental health support to our members. 

Inaugural Rung Welcome Weekends

Inaugural Rung Welcome Weekends

During the month of March, Rung for Women has been welcoming the first 120 members into our community! Rung’s three new member ‘Welcome Weekends” kicked off on Friday, March 12 with a special event that offered members the chance to tour the campus, meet their coaching cohort and experience an inspirational program with an armchair chat between Rung Founder and Chair Ali Hogan and President Leslie Gill and a keynote delivered by Lisa Nichols.

Meet Our New VP of Career Services

Meet Our New VP of Career Services

At Rung for Women, our Career Services Program is a BIG part of how we help serve our members. Our vision for the future is "women making more money." Helping members reach their full potential by unlocking their individual strength and goals, to help them to define...

Make a Difference: Volunteer with Rung

Make a Difference: Volunteer with Rung

“If our hopes of building a better and safer world are to become more than wishful thinking, we will need the engagement of volunteers more than ever.” — Kofi Annan  A new year may bring about joy, hope, and peace for some while it sparks fear or anxiety in others....

Starting New Family Traditions With Juneteenth

Starting New Family Traditions With Juneteenth

I am a Black woman. I was raised by educated, woke, Afrocentric parents. I attended a historically Black university. And though I am Black through and through, I have never observed or celebrated Juneteenth, a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United...