Women’s Coalition

Women’s Coalition

Women’s Coalition

The Women's Coalition at Arizona State University is a supportive and inclusive organization that inspires resiliency in the pursuit of gender equity. Our coalition consists of ASU registered women and non-binary student organizations and organizations with the goal of promoting gender equality. We advocate for change on campus through networking with university faculty/staff/leaders and educate about gender equity through initiatives and programming. We recognize all intersectionalities and celebrate all women and non-binary individuals.

 

Save the Dates for these Upcoming Programs

Women’s Welcome 2021
Sept. 1 5-8 p.m. in the Senita Ballroom

#BadassWomenofASU2022
Launching the largest student-run campaign on Oct. 10, International Day of the Girl

Fall Town Halls
Poly Campus (Weds., Sept. 8, 4:30-5:30 p.m.)
West Campus (Weds., Sept. 22, 4:30-5:30 p.m.);
Downtown Phoenix Campus (Weds., Oct. 13, 4:30-5:30 p.m.);
Tempe Campus (Weds., Oct. 27, 4:30-5:30 p.m.)

HERstory 2022
Throughout the academic year, Arizona State University dedicates months and weeks to honoring Sun Devils’ heritage. The Women’s Coalition leads the celebration of HERstory Month each March. To learn how you can be involved in planning the celebration of our rich, diverse community of ASU women and non-binary students, email cmtorr10@asu.edu  or fill out the HERstory Committee 2022 interest form.

 

Women Making Waves at ASU

ASU WISE 2019 members Women in Science and Engineering

Women in STEM and Engineering club at ASU Poly demonstrates the meaning of girl power

The Women in Stem and Engineering club at ASU's Polytechnic campus has made a comeback. With a new executive board, learn how the club helps support women on the Polytechnic campus.


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A group of Zaria members at ASU

Healing with Zaria: an ASU space for womxn of color

Zaria is an on-campus organization by and for womxn of color.


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Free menstrual products

Student organizations push for free menstrual products on all ASU campuses

Thanks to student-led efforts for menstrual equity, ASU now offers free menstrual products in some buildings on all four campuses.


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Meet the Leaders of WoCo

Mastaani Qureshi
Co-President
fquresh3@asu.edu

Farhat Ali
Co-President
fali17@asu.edu

Alyssa Gerkin
Co-President Intern
asgerkin@asu.edu

Nikhila Basana
Co-President Intern
nbasana@asu.edu

Aparna Bezawada
Treasurer
arbezawa@asu.edu

Darla Willis
Treasurer Intern
dwill110@asu.edu

Jessica Cadmus
Secretary
jcadmus@asu.edu

Celina Tores
Secretary Intern
cmtorr10@asu.edu

Anahi Munoz
Director of Outreach
almunoz3@asu.edu

Sarah Mathias
Outreach Intern
smathias@asu.edu

Domenik Valdivia
Outreach Intern
divaldiv@asu.edu

Lindsey Lambert
Director of Programming
Lmlambe3@asu.edu

Phoebe Wells
Programming Intern
pewells1@asu.edu

Fatima Bitheri
Programming Intern
Fbitheri@asu.edu

Nithara Murthy
Director of Advocacy
nmurthy2@asu.edu

Alana Billingsley
Advocacy Intern
Alanakimberlybillingsley@asu.edu

Jenna McCauley
Advocacy Intern
jdmccaul@asu.edu

Ainor Elgamal
Marketing Intern
aaelgam1@asu.edu

Meghan Gallagher
Primary Advisor
meghan.g.gallagher@asu.edu

Christiana Sletten (Moore)
Secondary Advisor
christiana.sletten

Meet our wonderful organizations working for thousands of women across all four ASU campuses

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Location

Room #221, Student Pavilion
400 E. Orange Street
Tempe, AZ 85287

Office Hours

Co-President: Mastaani Qureshi
Mondays 12:30pm to 4:00pm
Tuesdays 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Co-President: Farhat Ali
Tuesdays 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Wednesdays 1:00pm to 4:00pm

email asuwoco@gmail.com to schedule an appointment with any officer(s)

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