Beverly Hallberg is the host of She Thinks and a fellow at Independent Women’s Forum. She is a millennial who has gone from aspiring reporter to entrepreneur and media expert. She is a media coach, lecturer, and public speaker with more than 18 years of experience. She has worked closely with members of Congress, CEOs, policy wonks, reporters, non-profit and movement leaders, and politicos. She asks questions that mainstream media won’t to bring She Thinks listeners straight facts.
On this week’s episode, Kay Hymowitz joins to talk about the decline of marriage. With people marrying later, or not getting married at all, what does this mean when it comes to the family and the importance of long-term committed relationships. Has the rise of educated women and women in the workforce led to a rise in the happiness of women?
Kay Hymowitz is the William E. Simon Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. She writes extensively on childhood, family issues, poverty, and cultural change in America. Hymowitz is the author of several books the most recent being The New Brooklyn: What It Takes to Bring a City Back She has written for numerous outlets including the NYT and the WAPO and has is a frequent guest on numerous radio and TV programs.More