New Zealand reported just two dozen active cases of the novel coronavirus in early February — a month after having reported none, according to the Contagion Live website.
Experts attribute New Zealanders’ world-leading success in containing the virus to strict travel policies, science-based government action, and strategies responsive to testing limitations.
Oh, and the leader of the island nation of 5 million people is a woman, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
“One of the criticisms I’ve faced over the years is that I’m not aggressive enough or assertive enough or maybe somehow, because I’m empathetic, it means I’m weak. I totally rebel against that. I refuse to believe that you cannot be both compassionate and strong,” Ardern has said.
Winston-Salem has its own women that possess these qualities and more — courage, vision, and energy to spare — as they lead in areas that are innovative, collaborative, and add value to the City of Arts and Innovation.
We caught up with five of them.
In her first job as an arts administrator, Chase Law got to see up close the impact that the…
Tiffany Waddell Tate learned the value of collaboration when she was an undergraduate theate…
Regina Ford Hall gets out a lot, and she packs a lot into her time.
From her rose-gold curls to her sequin-shod feet, Jenna Anderson looks every inch the artist.