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University Women of Color. The UWOC organizational structure consists of a leadership Council and working groups. The Council consists of nine (9) voting members who operate in a shared leadership model, with each member having leadership responsibilities in the working groups. The Council elects a facilitator and co-facilitator who serve for a period of one year. The facilitators do not make independent decisions for the Council. All Council decisions are made by consensus.

To become involved with the UWOC Council or with one of the working groups, e-mail


Council Members

Ellyn Woo, Coordinator, Student Employees Program

Naomi Farabi, Academic Advisor, Martin Luther King Program

Nicole Taylor, Coordinator, Crime Analysis and Security Badge ID Program

Venoreen Brown-Boatswain, College of Education and Human Development

Zenzele Isoke, Asst. Prof. Department of Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies

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