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This award recognizes the work Whitworth has done within NHSLMA, mentoring new librarians, serving on committees, and supporting initiatives. We spoke with Whitworth about her work at Dover High School and how she's working to diversify the collection.
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When Giavanna Worthy entered the gender and cultural studies masters program, she wanted to expand on her interests. Now, not only is she an HIV Prevention Instructor with the YWCA, but she also played a key role in diversifying the hit CBS series, "Survivor."
Erika Rodriguez '14 utilizes the empowering lessons she learned at Simmons as Executive Director of the Chica Project, a non-profit organization offering mentorship opportunities for Latinas and other women of color.
Gender and cultural studies alum, Kaitlyn Soligan Owens '12MA tells us about her journey into founding the successful Louisville haunt, Trouble Bar, and why it was important for her to build a safe, inclusive and comfortable space.
As many library workers faced pressure to continue operations throughout the pandemic, Bignoli vocally advocated for safer working conditions. Her campaign gained national attention and now Bignoli plans to build on this work to address long-existing issues.
Campbell's latest work, "Frieda's Song," was inspired by the life and career of psychiatrist Dr. Frieda Fromm Reichmann. Dr. Fromm Reichmann practiced at the Chestnut Lodge Sanatorium — not far from where Campbell, herself, did the same.