The National Organization of Italian American Women (NOIAW), the only national organization for women of Italian ancestry, celebrates its 35th Anniversary with a Luncheon and Silent Auction at the St. Regis New York on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 11:30 AM and honors two accomplished Italian American women: Alisyn Camerota is a CNN anchor and co-ho...

The National Organization of Italian American Women has lost a dear friend and a great lady, the Baronessa Zerilli-Marimò, who passed away on October 18, 2015. Mariuccia, as I called her, was a past NOIAW honoree and a Distinguished Member of our Board. She was the patron whose kindness, generosity and vision developed the Casa Italiana at NYU, whi...

We're thrilled to debut our new #MemberSpotlight interview series today! It's quite a pleasure to feature Cassandra Santoro, a young professional member who found NOIAW through social media and attended her first NOIAW event in April (our Italian Women Trailblazers wine tasting.) Cassandra is truly someone who embodies the values of our organizati...

by Kathleen Ramunni   A Hamden woman is among three who will be honored next money at the Connecticut Region of the National Organization of Italian American Women's fifth annual Epiphany Celebration.   Each year the organization honors Three Wise Women who have excelled in their chosen fields and have made a positive contribution to...

by NOIAW   Gemma Puglisi. Author, Media Expert, and Assistant Professor of Communications at American UniversityGemma will be honored at our Greater Washington, D.C. Epiphany Celebration on January 14, 2016. Buy tickets here.   WHAT BEING ITALIAN MEANS TO ME. When I think of what my heritage means to me, I immediately think...

Having lived all over the country, Maria Tamburri appreciated the rich Italian-American community she found when moving to New York in 2006. She relocated here with her husband following his appointment as dean of the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute at Queens College.   That same year, she became involved with NOIAW, a national n...

PART-TIME PAID INTERNSHIPLooking for a great opportunity to learn more about social media, events management, and nonprofit administration while contributing a worthy mission?   The National Organization of Italian American Women is currently accepting applications for a part-time intern to assist with office tasks related to marketing, even...

1. Italian –American Historical Society of Connecticut: SCSU Scholarship for students of Italian The Italian American Historical Society of Connecticut will award one to three $1,000 scholarships to Italian language students at SCSU who meet most of the following criteria: The student is a full-time student enrolled at SCSU;The Student must be pr...

The 70's have been an important decade among the Italian Americans: a renewed sense of pride for their heritage grew through the community, and important organization were founded. One of these is NOIAW, the National Organization of Italian American Women. Aileen Riotto Sirey, Ph.D., is one of the founders and Chair Emerita of this beloved institu...

Join 2015 NOIAW DC Region Wise Woman Honoree Amy Riolo for a special presentation and book signing. Amy is an award-winning author, chef, television personality, cuisine and culture expert, and Mediterranean diet advocate.   Amy will discuss the various health benefits of the Mediterranean diet. Recent studies show that people who follow a M...