2013 is coming to a close and what a year it has been for Women You Should Know. In addition to the countless, extraordinary women we have had the privilege to profile, there have been so many memorable moments and happenings that made the last 365 days truly unforgettable.
The WYSKy highlights: we published the youngest writer (8 years old) to ever contribute to our site; we made national news with our non-partisan petition demanding a public apology from Vice President Joe Biden; we strengthened our commitment to celebrating women role models in STEM with our Tech Tuesday column; our co-founders were named “Wonder Women”; we launched our exclusive Fix-It Friday column with home improvement pro Norma “Toolbelt Diva” Vally; we joined the Braves Girls Alliance and helped them take over Times Square; one of our own spent an unforgettable evening with Malala Yousafzai; and it was the year Women You Should Know went viral!
But it was the stories we told and the news we reported that made 2013 such an incredibly exciting editorial year. Have a look!
WYSK’s Top Ten Most Read Stories Of 2013
and the number one Women You Should Know story of 2013 is…
Year End Bonus: WYSK Stories That Live On
And these are the three WYSK stories from previous years that remained top reads in 2013: