Get to know Men's Leadership Project Big Brother, Nick Rupert!
Year: Second Year
Major: Pre-Comm, and Music
Hometown: Clifton, VA
1. Why are you passionate about your program at the Women's Center?
Story by Anthony Buenafe
Ten years ago, I was part of the inaugural Men’s Leadership Project at UVA. I didn’t realize it at the time, but joining MLP was one of the best decisions I made in college.
With quiet power, humility, and tenacity, Jaronda Miller-Bryant has been changing UVA for the better. As the Women’s Center’s Program Director of Global Outreach and Engaged Scholarship, and Associate Program Director of the Young Women Leaders Program, Jaronda helps students look within, reach out, and stand tall. We are lucky and proud to present this glimpse into Jaronda’s life and work. (Trigger warning for LeBron James fans, just FYI.)
Tell us about your path to UVA, to where you are now and the work you’re currently doing for the Women’s Center.
1. When did you attend UVA and what did you study?
I graduated in Spring 2008 with a B.A. in Anthropology and Psychology. I kept going and earned my M.S.Ed. in Education Policy in 2010 at UPenn.
Get to know YWLP Big, Nicole Baker!
Year: First Year
Major: I plan to major in Communications Disorders
Hometown: Woodstock, Va
We knew she was a star well before Forbes hailed Tamara Wilkerson as one of the magazine’s “30 Under 30” in Education for 2017, but what a thrill to see her recognized for her leadership as Executive Director of the African American Teaching Fellows.
Get to know our very own Communications Coordinator, Alison Kuhn!
1. Tell us about your path to UVA, to where you are now and the work you’re currently doing for the Women’s Center.
Get to know YWLP Big Sister, Golda Houndoh! Name: Golda Houndoh Major: Hopefully Global Development Studies and Anthropology Hometown: Born in Togo, West Africa but Hometown is Leesburg, Virginia 1. Why are you passionate about your program at the Women's Center? I'm passionate about the YWLP program at the Women's Center because my Little Sister has already showed me so much in the most subtle ways and I feel so lucky to have her and YWLP in my life. 2.
Year: Second year
Hometown: Alexandria, Virginia
It’s never too early to learn about all of the support services and learning opportunities that are available at the Women’s Center.
As part of a “Take Your Daughter to Work Day” celebration, 17 emerging leaders from the Village School gathered at the Center for Global Health to listen to Director of Engaged Scholarship, Jaronda Miller-Bryant, discuss all of the opportunities and services the Women’s Center offers.