The Chancellor's Committee On The Status Of Women
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Heather Seibert-Racine (staff chair)Nicole Sidhu (faculty chair)Arlene Bowling (co-secretary)Ingrid Meyer (treasurer)Patricia Suggs (membership officer)
Current MembersBreyah Atkinson, student Stephanie Bailey, University StudiesArlene Bowling, Radiation OncologyStephanie Bunn, University AdvancementTyler Caldwell, graduate student Leigh Cellucci, Allied Health Eleanor Cook, Joyner Library Jackie Drake, University CommunicationDana Everett, ECHI
Stephanie George, Engineering
Ginger Grimes, BiologyMary Kathryn Holmes, studentKathy Jones, SociologyJamie Kruse, EconomicsHeather Littleton, PsychologyIngrid Meyer, HistoryJennifer Muir, Emergency Medicine
Jennifer O'Neill, graduate studentLeslie Pagliari, College of Engineering and TechnologyRenee Safford-White, Medical & Health Sciences FoundationHeather Seibert-Racine, Joyner LibraryNicole Sidhu, Department of EnglishPatricia Suggs, University Advancement Liz Doster Taft, Science EducationKaren Traynor, Institutional PlanningJesse Turuc, Greek LifeKeethana Velappan, studentBrenda Wells, College of Business
The Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Women (CCSW) was established in 1971, and its purpose is to advise the Chancellor, Provost and other university leaders on the planning, implementation and evaluation of policies and practices to promote equity and further the welfare of all women associated with East Carolina University. The committee will actively encourage women’s professional and educational development, establish a climate where women can advance without barriers, and at the same time protect the rights of fellow human beings.
More history of the CCSW is housed in ECU's Joyner Library archives. Access the finding tool here: https://digital.lib.ecu.edu/special/ead/findingaids/UA90-47.