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Trailblazers: Women Pioneers from Past to Present

In celebration of Women's History Month, Northshore Technical Community College's Diversity and Inclusion Committee hosted a four-part series highlighting women trailblazers in health sciences, higher education, literature, and microbiology. Recordings of each session are provided below for your review.

Unruly Women: Blazing a New Trail and Claiming a Place through Literature

Lecture By: Amanda Jacob, M.A | English Instructor & Faculty Senate President

The Women of NTCC: Blazing the Trail for Women in Educational Leadership

Panelists: Sarah Alford (Behavioral Sciences Department Chair), Dr. Lizette Leader (Associate Provost of Academics and Connect to Success), Dr. Christy Montgomery (Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion), Debra Taylor (Retired Associate Dean, Sullivan Campus), and Dr. Tina Tinney (Chancellor of Nunez Community College and former Vice Chancellor of Strategic Initiatives at NTCC)

Women in Health Sciences: Trailblazers from Past to Present

NTCC Health Sciences faculty discuss historical female trailblazers in the health sciences field followed by a moderated panel conversation with trailblazing female hospital administrators on the Northshore.

Femininity in a Masculine World: Trailblazers in Microbiology

Lecture By: Adronishia Frazier | Biology Instructor

About the Women's History Series

The inaugural Women's History Series was established by the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of Northshore Technical Community College. The goal of this series is to educate our students, faculty, staff, and the communities we serve about the contributions of women to American history and society as part of the Women's History Month celebration each March.

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