Director and Advisory Board

The UT Martin Women's Center Advisory Board is comprised of faculty, staff, students, and community representatives. The Advisory Board serves as a liaison between the Women's Center, campus, and community.  The Women's Center Advisory Board plays an active role in guiding and supporting activities and programs sponsored by the Women's Center. They are vital to the success of the Women's Center. For more information about the Advisory Board, contact the Women's Center director at

UT Martin Women's Center Advisory Board Members

Faculty Representatives

Earlene Moore, Paul Meek Library
Julie Floyd, Department of Nursing
Sue Byrd, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Diane Shaw, Department of Visual and Theatre Arts
Lisa LeBleu, Chair for the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Jeff Hoyer, Department of Communications

Staff Representatives

Stephanie Mueller, Student Success Center
Natalie Boyd Project>, Coordinator for the Personal Safety Empowerment     Partnership Program (PSEPP)
Karen Sliger, Extended Campus and Online Studies
Charlie Jahr, UTM Police Officer

Community Representatives

Alex Perez, First State Mortgage
Audrey Roberts, former President of Martin Manufacturing
Lisa Smartt, West Tennessee Columnist, Motivational Speaker, and Author     of The Smartt View  and The Smartt View Two

Student Representatives

Valerie Hatch,Political Science Major and WS minor
Kimi Foley, Sociology Major and WS Minor
Bentia Evans,Communications Major and WIC President


Sep. 06

WSA Meet and Greet
5:00 PM

Sep. 11

Women's Center Speaker: Sexual Health
12:15 PM

Sep. 19

Unique Job Search Challenges & Career Equity
12:00 PM

Sep. 20

Understand Professional Attire & Etiquete
9:00 AM

Sep. 20

Negotiate Your Salary Offer
10:30 AM

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Check out a wide variety of programs and events for students, faculty, and staff

Women's Center Programs >


Women's Student Association

The Women's Student Association (WSA) is dedicated to enhancing academic experiences while empowering students

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