Meet the Staff
Alexandra Hollifield, Program Coordinator
Alexandra (“Alex”) Hollifield joined our staff in 2013 as a Graduate Assistant for the academic year. During her time as a GA, she worked in several programming areas, including VanDIY and the 2014 Cuninggim Lecture with Courtney E. Martin. Alex is a graduate of Wake Forest University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Women’s and Gender Studies and Political Science. Alex has presented her research on topics related to transnational feminisms at national conferences including the Associated Colleges of the South Women’s Studies Conference and the National Women’s Studies Association Conference. She is currently working toward her Masters in Community Development and Action from Vanderbilt’s Peabody College. As a former resident of North Carolina, Alex has served on North Carolina Chapter Board for UN Women. Her programming areas currently include topics such as perfectionism, body image, disordered eating, professional development for women, and sexual health. She loves daisies, drinking sweet tea out of mason jars, backpacking, and bluegrass.
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Terrie Barrow, Administrative Assistant
Terrie Barrow, our administrative assistant, comes to the Women’s Center from the Dean of Students Office at Vanderbilt, where she was the receptionist. She has had many fascinating careers, including professional ballroom dance teacher, process technician at a chemical plant, and a professional baker and cook. Terrie is most proud of being a stay-at-home mom for ten years to her two sons, Ethan, 17, and Noah,15. She is also an active member and volunteer for Gilda’s Club Nashville. Terrie enjoys being at home with her husband Richard, kids, cats, and chickens; she and her family are interested in urban farming and living sustainably.
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Hyemin Kim, Graduate Assistant
Hyemin Kim recently joined the Women’s Center as a Graduate Assistant. Originally from South Korea, she is a M.Ed. candidate in International Education Policy and Management at Peabody College of Education. Hyemin studied English Language and Literature with a particular focus on post-colonial and immigrant literature at Yonsei University prior to coming to Vanderbilt. After graduating, she worked at Korean National Commission for UNESCO as a program assistant to a regional literacy promotion project, proving support to organizations in Asia-Pacific, one of which implemented a women-friendly literacy education project in Hafizabad and Lahore, Pakistan. Her current interests in working with the Women’s Center include supporting students and faculty with children on university campuses and women’s empowerment within the context of cultural constraints.
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