Council of Advisors

The Wellesley Centers for Women benefits from the support of a Council of Advisors--a group of dedicated women and men who share a concern for women, children, and families. The Council of Advisors is comprised of colleagues who work on similar issues nationally and internationally, as well as Wellesley College trustees, faculty, and students.

FY 2017 Council of Advisors

 

Susannah A. Baruch 
Legal Consultant on
Law, Genetics, and Health
Washington, D.C.

Andrew Levack
Program Officer
St. David's Foundation
Texas

Sherry Brown 
Real Estate Finance, CFO
Mill Creek Residential
Maryland

Layli Maparyan
Executive Director
Wellesley Centers for Women
Professor
Africana Studies
Wellesley College
Massachusetts

Abigail Burgesson 
Special Programmes Manager
African Women's
Development Fund
Ghana

Gail A. Marquis
Director, Community Relations & Business Development Incubator
School of Business
New Jersey City University
New Jersey

Catia Confortini
Associate Professor
Peace and Justice Studies
Wellesley College
Massachusetts

Courtney E. Martin
Author / Journalist
Co-founder
Solutions Journalism Network
Valenti Martin Media
California

Kaoru Shino Harada 
Volunteer
Retired Art Conservator
Hawaii

Marysa Navarro-Aranguren
Professor of History Emerita
Dartmouth College
Resident Scholar
David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University
Massachusetts

Deborah Holmes
Chief of Staff
Global Fund for Women
California
 

Janet P. Pope
North America Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability Leader
Capgemini
Texas

Katherine Stone Kaufmann 
Wellesley College Trustee Emerita
Community Volunteer
Retired Psychotherapist
Massachusetts

Rachel Simmons
Author / Educator
Co-founder
Girls Leadership
Massachusetts

Michael Kimmel
Distinguished University Professor
Sociology and Gender Studies
Executive Director
Center for the Study of Men & Masculinities
SUNY Stony Brook
New York

Joan Wallace-Benjamin
President & CEO
The Home for Little Wanderers
Massachusetts

   

 

 

 

 


 

 

About Us

Our Mission

Our mission is to advance gender equality, social justice, and human wellbeing through high quality research, theory, and action programs.

 

    A world that is good for women
    is good for everyone.
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