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Angela Fitzpatrick, Ph.D.
“Feminist activism and education are my two biggest passions and I look forward to continuing this work at UC, where there is such a strong feminist community. I’m honored to be part of this community on campus and excited about the possibilities of transformation that lay ahead of us.”
Angie holds a Doctorate in American Culture Studies, and a graduate certificate in Women’s Studies, from Bowling Green State University. She has over eight years of experience teaching women’s and gender studies and organizing feminist activism around sexual assault, workplace inequality, and reproductive justice.
“I strive to work towards social justice and acceptance in my daily life. I am passionate about topics such as activism, identity development, intersectionality of race/class/gender, women’s empowerment, leadership development, and many more. I am excited to further explore these passions at UC and I am even more thrilled to be an advocate for UC students.”
Rosalyn holds a Bachelor's degree in Communication Studies from Ohio University and a Master's degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Miami University. Rosalyn has previously served as Assistant Director for the Student Success Center at Miami University and Assistant Director for the Martin Luther King Center at the University of Kentucky.
Program Coordinator - Leadership and Activism
"As a feminist, I strive to find new ways to connect theory and praxis. UC offers a fantastic opportunity to do so in a community that shares my commitment to social justice. I’m excited to join UC and work with students as they discover what feminism means to them."
Nneka holds an Master's degree in Afro-American Studies and a graduate certificate in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass), in addition to a Bachelors degree in Political Science from Williams College. She is currently completing a Doctorate in Afro-American Studies at UMass. Nneka has previous experience working with student groups to facilitate programming around race, gender, class, and more.
Erin R. Mulligan
Program Coordinator - Prevention Education and Outreach
"I actively view the world through a feminist lens and strive to improve myself and how I do feminism every day. I am passionate about intersectional feminist activism, food justice, and politics. I am thrilled to be able to work with students, share knowledge, and learn from them in my position as a Program Coordinator at the Women's Center here at UC!"
Erin holds a Master's degree in American Culture Studies from Bowling Green State University and a Bachelor's degree in American Studies and History with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies from Ramapo College of New Jersey. She has previously served as a Teaching Assistant at Bowling Green State University and as a Resident Assistant and Assistant Residence Director at Ramapo College.
"Although I have worked at UC for over 20 years, it wasn’t until I worked for the Women’s Center that I felt that I had the opportunity to make a difference. Viewing the contagious energy and enthusiasm of our students as they grow is a great benefit of my job."
"Feel free to drop by and say 'Hello!' or use our comfy couch for down time!"
Ann holds a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts with concentrations in psychology, social work and criminal justice, and a minor in business. Currently, she is completing a post baccalaureate certificate in paralegal studies.
Graduate Assistant for Education & Outreach
“I was very excited when I was offered a position in the Women’s Center. As an undergraduate student, I had the privilege of organizing numerous events to raise awareness of and educate other students on feminist, queer, and transgender issues. However, I’ve not been able to engage in this kind of work with the demands of graduate school. As a Graduate Assistant in the Women’s Center, I have been able to work with students, faculty, and community members to promote an affirming and feminist environment for women and feminine-identified people on UC’s campus.”
Kyle holds a Master’s degree in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from the University of Cincinnati and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Bowling Green State University. He is also a PhD student in Sociology at UC. Kyle’s research interests are in queer and feminist theories, gendered and sexual communities, and the sociology of desire. In his free time, Kyle enjoys reading good books and watching bad TV.
“Feminism to me means valuing and respecting people, regardless of gender, racial or social class identity, equally. Two of my greatest passions are learning about different cultures around the world and solving global issues. Gender inequality is one of those issues and I strive to be part of the solution. Being part of the Women’s Center helps me establish skills I would need in order to succeed in the workplace and beyond.”
Zaire is a 1st year student who is double majoring in Anthropology and Sociology. After graduating, she hopes to go to graduate school to get a masters or a doctorate in cultural anthropology and work for non-profit organizations that advocates, promotes and improve global human rights.