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Book Group: open to new members at all times, the Book Group is for anyone who loves to read. Meets the second Monday of each month, 5:15-6:15pm, Women’s Center Gallery (first floor). For more information, contact Jane Du Bose at firstname.lastname@example.org or Carmen Gherman at email@example.com.
Creative Life Planning Group: a group for all dedicated to living life intentionally and creatively. Free and open to everyone, the Creative Life Planning Group is usually attended by women between 40 and 90 years of age. For more information, contact the Women’s Center.
Go Figure believes that a positive self-image is crucial to each person’s confidence and happiness. We are a non-profit student organization dedicated to supporting positive self-image throughout the Vanderbilt community. We advocate for healthy body image and encourage a wider definition of true beauty.For more information, e-mail our president Laura Silverstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
L.I.F.E. (Lessons Inspiring Female Empowerment): free and open to any students interested in these issues, L.I.F.E. is group dedicated to mentoring young girls and women on a variety of issues important to them. This group will work with a group of teen girls in the Nashville community covering topics such as economic empowerment, girls and women’s health, self-esteem, leadership and more. For meeting dates and times, please contact email@example.com.
Vanderbilt Feminists (Vandy Fems): open to all students of any gender concerned about women’s issues on campus, and promoting equality between genders. For more information, please contact agbo.b.ikor@Vanderbilt.Edu
Vandy Moms: open to all mothers of any age, partnered or single. This is a fun support network that provides advocacy for moms in the Vanderbilt and larger communities. It also provides programming to inform, empower and enrich. For more info, contact amy.k.kendall@Vanderbilt.Edu
VUWiSE (Vanderbilt University Women in Science & Engineering) is a newly established organization, working to develop support in the following focus areas: mentoring, professional development, science outreach to the community, andwomen in science and engineering with children.If you are interested in participating in VUWiSE in any capacity, please see the Join us page on our website and like us on Facebook. For questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women’s Faculty Organization: open to faculty women at all levels, this group sponsors topical brown-bag lunch meetings and potluck dinners to connect women faculty with one another. The WFO is also active in recruiting and mentoring women faculty, and in advocating for all women at Vanderbilt University. For more information, please contact the Women’s Center.