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Women's Center Staff


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.”  

Dr. Angela Fitzpatrick 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.

Ann Brown

Ann Brown

Administrative Coordinator

"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 BS 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.

Brandy Turnbow

Brandy Turnbow

Program Coordinator for Communications and Outreach

"I enjoy connecting students to information, issues and resources they may not be aware of. Every day is different and at every moment there exists potential for positive change … if you know where to start!"

"Students, staff and faculty are welcome to forward information to me for posting in our center communications and web areas."

Brandy holds a BS in African American History, with a minor in Biology, from Florida A&M University. She is currently pursuing graduate programs in business.

Maria (Catrina) Castro Reese

Student Worker, Social Media

Raquel Boose

Student Coordinator,WILL: Women in Leadership and Learning 

Sara Whitestone

Student Coordinator, WILL: Women in Leadership and Learning 

Nat Kutcher

Student Intern, Writing Circle