Jeannette Bilodeau

The world needs more business owners, police chiefs, educators, and politicians who will bring an understanding of women’s issues to their work.
- Jeannette Bilodeau ’99, psychology major, women’s studies minor

Council Members

The Women’s Studies minor is overseen by the members of the Women’s Studies Council. The Council is a diverse group of faculty and students drawn from many different departments across the Plymouth State University campus.

Women’s Studies Council Members

Megan Birch, Chair, Fall 2013

Ann McClellan, Chair, Spring 2014

Liz Ahl

Becky Busanich

Katharine Harrington

Whitney Howarth

Cathie LeBlanc

Brigid O’Donnell

Wendy Palmquist

Meagan Shedd

Jini Rae Sparkman

Kerry Yurewicz

 

Ex Officio

Alice Staples

Stephanie Halter

Delilah Smith

 

Friends of the Women’s Studies Council

Robin DeRosa

Karolyn Kinane

Rebecca Noel

Angie Ricciardi

Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine

Sheryl Shirley

Stacey Yap

 

 

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