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Michelle Brisson, Dean, Student Life

Women’s History Month, or Women’s Herstory Month as I prefer, is a celebration of the often overlooked, yet incredible contributions of women who have dedicated countless hours, energy, and creative ideas to improving our local and global communities. This month provides designated time to reflect and celebrate how women of all races, religions, ages, and identities, have positively impacted our world, and to highlight the achievements of women currently working to change society and see them as role models for young women and girls. On a personal level, as a mom to two young girls, this month I will be discussing how we can embrace our own ideas and develop confidence in who we are, while also thinking of ways we can help other women and girls learn to embody their own power to be change makers.

DREW VOICES: WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH

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