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Name: Jessie Meyers
Year: Fourth, first year MPP Student
Major: Economics and Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies 

| October 07, 2020 | Body Positive, interns

Name: Mary Katherine West
Year: Third
Major: Youth and Social Innovations Major

1.    Why did you join the Body Positive team?

I wanted to get involved with the Women's Center because it's an empowering and uplifting community, dedicated to addressing social justice issues and equity at this university and in the broader community.

2.     What are some intersections of your identity and how does that relate to body positivity?

| October 07, 2020 | Body Positive, interns

Name: Jay Li
Year: Fourth
Major: Computer Science and Economics

1.    Why did you join the Body Positive team?

| October 04, 2020 | Body Positive, interns

Name: Sydney Pulliam
Major: Double Major in Batten's BA for Public Policy and Leadership & Art History with a Minor in Psychology
Year: Third

1.    What brought you to the Women's Center? 

| October 01, 2020 | legal-clinic, interns

As a woman of color, immigrant, child of immigrants and multilingual social worker, I tend to see the world through a unique lens. My minority identities afford me a superpower of always finding and feeling the gaps in systems in which I live. I often feel pulled to create space for myself and others who don’t always feel included.

By: Aisha Saeed | September 28, 2020 | Body Positive, interns

Join us at 5 pm on September 23 for an intimate conversation with our 2020 Distinguished Alumnae! 

By: Leigh Ann Carver | September 08, 2020 |

Join us at 5 pm on September 23 for an intimate conversation with our 2020 Distinguished Alumnae! 

By: Leigh Ann Carver | August 28, 2020 | Awards

The Women’s Center has long been known as a welcoming place for students seeking counseling or a place to gain experience in advocating for justice and equity. In recent years, our Counseling and Wellness Services Team has grown to include new staff members and has extended the resources offered to better serve the variety of needs of a diverse range of UVA students.

Since the end of May when we originally published the below thoughts, we have witnessed growing engagement in activism, protests, and demonstrations here in our community, across the country, and even the globe, calling for justice for George Floyd and an end to racism and systemic oppression of Black Americans and all people of color. The building momentum gives us hope that desperately needed collective action will be taken to ensure justice and safety for all.

By: Abby Palko | August 15, 2020 | Palko POV, counseling

This page serves as a hub for our ongoing updates with links to several of our other pages where you can find more specific information about particular areas of our work throughout the pandemic. We will make every effort to keep all of this information up to date to ensure that UVA students, faculty and staff, and members of the Charlottesville community can access all that the center offers.

| August 10, 2020 | blog

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