Wolfe was named one of Business Insider's 30 Most Important Women Under 30 In Tech in 2014.In 2016, she was named as one of Elle's Women in Tech.
While in college, she started a business at the age of 19 selling bamboo tote bags benefiting areas affected by the BP oil spill.
Wolfe partnered with celebrity stylist Patrick Aufdenkamp to launch the non-profit organization called the "Help Us Project." The bags received national press after celebrities such as Rachel Zoe and Nicole Richie were photographed with them. Through Hatch, Wolfe became involved with the startup Cardify, a project led by Sean Rad through Hatch Labs IAC incubator.
Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and 2012 Republican presidential nominee, may run for Utah Sen.
Orrin Hatch's seat if the longtime senator decides to retire, according to a report.
President Obama should not unilaterally disregard our successful effort to achieve a bipartisan consensus that both promotes nondiscrimination and protects fundamental religious liberties.” But Democrats had been pushing Obama repeatedly to take the action in recent years — even as the White House repeatedly rebuffed questions by saying they were focused on passing ENDA instead.
ENDA, however, hasn't gotten a vote in the GOP-controlled House. 121, and in order to provide for a uniform policy for the Federal Government to prohibit discrimination and take further steps to promote economy and efficiency in Federal Government procurement by prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, it is hereby ordered as follows: Section 1. The first sentence of section 1 of Executive Order 11478 of August 8, 1969, as amended, is revised by substituting "sexual orientation, gender identity" for "sexual orientation".(b) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.
"This is one of the most important actions ever taken by a president to eradicate LGBT discrimination from America's workplaces," said ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. "By signing this order, President Obama is building on a bipartisan tradition, dating back over 70 years, of barring discrimination without exception when taxpayer dollars are involved." Here's the text of the executive order: By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including 40 U.
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch derided federal judge reversals of voter-approved gay marriage bans in a radio interview on Wednesday. Across the country, voter-approved gay marriage bans are being overturned by federal judges. Herbert that the developments are a slippery-slope, and could lead to "anarchy." "Is the federal government constitutionally going to take away all the rights of the states? "We're in danger of losing our religious freedom and our rights.
He is the son of Jesse Hatch and his wife Helen Frances Hatch. Hatch, the first in his family to attend college, attended Brigham Young University and in 1959 received a B. Among other issues, Hatch criticized Moss's 18-year tenure in the Senate, saying "What do you call a Senator who's served in office for 18 years?
You call him home."In 1982, he defeated Mayor of Salt Lake City Ted Wilson by 17 points.
In a conversation with KSL News Radio's "Doug Wright Show," Hatch said that religious freedoms are being infringed, and same-sex marriage allowance is an inevitability. Anybody that does not believe that gay marriage is going to be the law of the land just hasn't been observing what's going on," the Republican senator said. People are moving away from going to church on Sundays.