Presidential Comments

FEW President’s Award Winner Upgrades Mentoring

Dr. Karen Milner remembers the news item that motivated her to revamp a national mentoring program. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission had identified mentoring as a barrier for the advancement of women in government. That’s when Milner decided to become part of the solution for...

Women’s History: 3 Leaders You Should Know

The tale of women in leadership roles is also a story of suffering and sacrifice. With undying persistence, that’s how they overcome and move ahead. The National Women’s History Museum, one of Federally Employed Women’s sponsors, hosts a collection of stories about important figures in...

FEW President’s Award Winner Gives Back

Caronell LaMalle Diew wants to give the next generation a head start, something she never had herself. That’s why she decided to join Federally Employed Women (FEW) in 2009. “I didn’t think FEW could help me,” recalled Diew about her decision to join the organization....

MLK Day – Join FEW for “A Day of Service”

Martin Luther King Jr.’s federal holiday reminds me of what is good about our nation and the federal workforce that serves the American people each day.   FEW is an organization proud to add to the legacy of “A Day of Service.”  As our nation deals...

Welcome, 2022! Happy New Year.

This is always a hopeful time, as we celebrate the end of one year and the beginning of another. And while 2021 was difficult for many of us, we must also look back on this year with the knowledge that brighter days are ahead of...

FEW’s Cynthia Dunn: Why She Continues to Climb

Cynthia Dunn says she doesn’t drink coffee. Yet, she works around the clock. And most of her time is spent helping other people. She is the longest serving EEO/Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Director for the Internal Revenue Service. As part of her job, she...