National Conference for College Women Leaders (NCCWSL)

AAUW’s National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) is where hundreds of young women come to turn a moment into a movement. Each year, we bring together hundreds of college women from around the country for 2.5 days of leadership training, inspiration and networking. Enter the conference as a passionate leader and leave it with the skills and confidence to pursue your goals.

Greensboro Branch Committee Chair, Barbara C Carter may be contacted by

NCCWSL 2023 announcement with OR code

To read about recent AAUW–Greensboro sponsorship of NCCWSL click here

Our 2022 NCCWSL 2022 was held virtually

Five college students with local connections were sponsored by the AAUW Greensboro Branch to attend the 2022 Virtual National Conference of College Women Student Leaders May 24 to 26. Committee chair Barbara C. Carter organized and coordinated this effort on behalf of the branch. Recipients were:

Larissa Forbes of Wilson, NC who is a student at NC A & T State University, pictured below.

Nyjah Ridley of Asheboro, NC who is a student at Bennett College, pictured below.

Sanvi Korsapathy of High Point, NC who is a student at UNC Chapel Hill
Ayah Wahab of Greensboro, NC who is a student at UNC Chapel Hill
Janice Wong of Greensboro, NC who is a student at Harvard University
pictured below

Our 2021 supported attendees (NCCWSL 2021 was held virtually):

  • Melika Osareh (a rising senior at University of NC at Greensboro)
  • Kya Richardson (a rising sophomore at NC A & T State University)
  • Harmony Savage (a 2021 A.A. degree recipient at Guilford Technical Community College)

2020: NCCWSL was canceled due to the pandemic.

Our 2019 supported attendees:

Kathy Allen rising senior at Bennett College
“My motivation is to become the best leader I am capable of being.” “I
will…help women believe in the power they have within themselves.”

Carrington Rodgers rising sophomore at North Carolina Agricultural and
Technical State University
“I am interested in participating in this program so that I can learn how women
empower women… I want to know what steps I can take as a leader on my
campus to support women and help them gain the self-assurance they need to
know that their goals are attainable.”

Melika Osareh rising sophomore at University of North Carolina at
“At NCCWSL, I look forward to establishing many new, strong connections
with females of diverse background [sic] which will enhance my ability to
understand others and therefore promote me to be far more effective as a

Kathy, Carrington, Melika, with AAUW Greensboro NCCWSL Committee Chair, Barbara Carter