Tuesday, September 18 2018 at 6 p.m. The Salad Supper – the hospitality committee invites members to bring their favorite salad to share. Program is a panel of collaborators from organizations closely aligned with AAUW.
Maria Hicks-Few: Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer for the City of Greensboro, a role in which she “strives daily to make the City of Greensboro an even more inclusive living, learning, and working environment” She serves as President of the Human Resources Management Association of Greensboro (HRMAG) and on the Board of Directors for the Triangle Industry Liaison Group (TILG.ORG); she is a former president of the Greensboro Jaycees and once even owned her own business.
Tiffany Jacobs: Senior Advisor of Degrees Matter!. Tiffany serves as the primary contact for students seeking to return to college and works to leverage partnerships with community stakeholders. Her personal and professional passion is to assist, empower, and educate others to succeed. Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Justice and Policy Studies from Guilford College.
Chewan Moore: Director of Community Resources at Women’s Resource Center. Chewan has the very important responsibility of identifying and updating community resource for the benefit of women and their families. She is the WRC representative at Child Response Initiative meetings, a collaboration of agencies which have programs and services focused the best interests of children and their families. She has worked with WRC for over 12 years and has great experience as a volunteer for several other groups in the community such as Greensboro Beautiful Board, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Interactive Resource Center.
Kim Record has been Director of Athletics at UNCG since 2009, when less than 5% of Division I Athletic Directors were female. She is very effective across her home campus by being supportive of academics as well as leadership and civic engagement. Kim serves in leadership positions in the National College Athletics Association, serving as Chair of NCAA DIVISION I COMPETITION OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE. Kim expands her reach locally organizations such as AAUW, Women’s Professional Forum, Greensboro Sports Council and Greensboro Rotary.
Beth Sheffield adult Programming and Readers Advisory Specialist at the Greensboro Public Library since 2001 manages hundreds of community programs from One City/One Book to Speakers Bureau to Special Events. Beth also has a passionate interest in forging relationships between local and global communities.