Posts filed under: Women History Month

5. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Deirdre Giblin

Building on Human Rights Law and compassion for the resettlement of destitute and vulnerable refugees, including families and children, seeking asylum and restored lives. Deirdre Giblin is an Asylum Attorney at Community Legal Services and Counseling Center in Cambridge. She...

4. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Georgia Hoffmann

Building early experiences of empathy and people connections toward a future promoting local and global civic engagement. Georgia Hoffmann, of Winchester High School’s class of 2018, writes that she has lived in Winchester her whole life, although her father is...

3. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Cathy Boyle

Building pathways to sustainable, self-directed supportive housing for young adults with developmental disabilities. Catherine Boyle is a commissioner of the Winchester Housing Authority, a member of the Winchester Housing Partnership Board, and has completed 60 hours of HUD housing counseling...

2. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Stacey Irizarry

Stacey Irizarry arrived on the Winchester scene eight years ago and is firmly rooted in its civic life. She began by participating in political campaigns and then by working with Winchester Inclusive Network (WIN), co-chairing the Special Education Parent Advisory...

1. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Vicky Coccoluto

  Building community political awareness and involvement through civic engagement. Vicky Coccoluto has lived in Winchester for nearly 30 years, but didn’t get involved in civic activities until around 15 years ago, after she retired from her career as an...