Thank you to Gilla Nissan for sending me this news item from The Times of Israel.
A cohort of four new rabbis--two men, two women--were ordained in Jerusalem on June 9 at Har'el Beit Midrash.
Of course Modern Orthodoxy is inclusive of women as rabbis, according to Rabbi Herzl Hefter, himself a graduate of Yeshiva University in New York City.
"It's the normal thing to do," he says.
The new rabbis include Rahel Berkovits and Meesh Hammer-Kosoy.
The article cites a number of previous ordinations in the US and elsewhere of women as Orthodox rabbis and predicts that soon there will be 100 Orthodox women rabbis in the US.