Women's Education
Women's Empowerment

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

12:00 - 2:00 p.m., Malibu Hall 100

Each year, Multicultural Programs hosts a Women’s Recognition Luncheon to honor women who foster the growth and development of our community through leadership, service and dedication. Multicultural Programs is dedicated to meeting the event objectives of:

  • Creating networking and student mentoring opportunities;
  • Educating on issues related to women’s history; and
  • Fostering an inclusive environment.

This year’s event honors the National Women’s History Project theme, “Women’s Education…Women’s Empowerment.”

Any member of the campus community can nominate an exceptional female leader or group/ organization that has fostered the growth and development of the community. Since CI’s history is based upon the strength of our Mission Pillars, we ask that individuals nominate women on the basis of their contributions to:

Integrative Approaches
Experiential and Service Learning
Multicultural Perspectives
International Perspectives

The luncheon is co-sponsored by Multicultural Programs, Latino Leadership Coalition and Zeta Pi Omega. For more information please contact Jennifer Chapman at jennifer.chapman@csuci.edu or 805-437-3243. Persons who, because of a special need or condition, would like to request an accommodation should contact Disability Accommodations and Support Services at 805-437-3331 or email accommodations@csuci.edu as soon as possible, but no later than five business days before the event, so that appropriate arrangements can be made. 

Women’s Recognition Luncheon 2012 honorees were:

  • Ms. Franchesca Brown, Student
  • Adelante Mujer Club, Group
  • Ms. Kirsten Moss-Frye, Alumna
  • Ms. Haida Jimenez, Staff
  • Ms. Amanda Quintero, Administrator
  • Dr. Amy Caldwell, Faculty
  • Ms. Carmen Ramirez, Community

Photo of Luncheon honorees.

Adelante Mujer Club, Group Recipient and Ms. Haida Jimenez, Staff Recipient.

Photo of CI students posing as Rosie the Riveter.

Photo of more CI students posing as Rosie the Riveter.

CI students pose as Rosie the Riveter.